back fee

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Back fee

The fee paid on the extension date if the buyer wishes to continue the option.

Back Fee

In a compound option, the premium one pays on the second option contract. A compound option is an option on another option. For example, one may buy a call on a put, which is an option to buy an option to sell some underlying asset. An investor buying a compound option pays a premium on the first option, but does not pay a premium on the second option unless the first option is exercised. This second premium is the back fee.

back fee

Payment made by the owner of a compound option to the owner of the underlying option when the compound option is exercised. Compare front fee.
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SIR - NHS continuing healthcare deadline I wish to draw your readers' attention to a recent Welsh Government announcement about claiming back fees paid for NHS continuing healthcare.
That is supposed to allow low-paid workers to claim back fees.
who sponsored the legislation in the House said, "Rolling back fees and reducing taxes on airline passengers benefits everyone -- from helping families save money when traveling for the holidays to cutting costs for small businesses whose employees travel for work.
A further 35% felt worried about paying back fees, although only 17% felt pessimistic about their job opportunities once they complete their studies.
WalletHub stressed the need for more student checking accounts, which scale back fees to accommodate those consumers still in school.
Yet the Labour-run council's board recently decided to bring back fees, in some cases of PS600, blaming multimillion pound Government cuts.
The Labour run council recently decided to bring back fees, in some cases of PS600, blaming multi-million pound Government cuts.
A revision to the EBITDA definition to add back fees associated with the negotiation of the Amendments.
The CBA is fiscally sound and it just makes sense to temporarily roll back fees as we are able.
As a result, credit card companies were forced to scale back fees.
Nakheel's confirmation that it had received some delinquent back fees was received with mixed emotions by some owners and residents.
As millions of dirhams were wiped from our properties, as jobs and employment opportunities disappeared, as banks and credit institutions began clawing back fees and loans.