Service charge

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Service charge

A component of some finance charges, such as the fee for triggering an overdraft checking account into use.

Service Charge

A fee a company or bank assesses for providing an unusual service. For example, a bank may assess a service charge if a person who does not have an account withdraws money from that bank's ATM. It is also called a service fee.
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In addition to the lowest credit card convenience fee ever offered by any IRS Authorized Payment Service Provider, taxpayers can earn rewards, schedule automated payments, set future payment e-mail reminders and deduct the convenience fee on their tax return.
By leveraging the combined experience and innovation of our two organizations, we are able to offer the lowest credit and debit card convenience fees ever available for federal tax payments.
Initially, the MVD opted for a "self-funding model" in which IBM would recover its costs exclusively through the add-on convenience fee.
TRM, which became a nominated supplier last December, also charges a convenience fee of 1.
In fact, when making a $1,000 tax payment, the new fixed debit card convenience fee of $3.
It charges a convenience fee of $1 per ticket for online orders and $1-$1.
When the State of Arizona dropped its convenience fee of $6.
com and 1-888-9-PAY-ORE, Oregon taxpayers can make personal income tax payments--including quarterly estimated, current year, assessment--and other taxes to the State of Oregon with a MasterCard[R], VISA[R] or Discover[R] debit card for a fixed debit card convenience fee of only $3.
But the notice at the bottom made me think otherwise, for it read ``There is a $4 convenience fee to renew your registration online.
In addition, taxpayers can pay their Illinois taxes with a VISA[R] consumer debit card for a fixed convenience fee of only $3.
A 35-cent convenience fee is applied to each mobile pay parking transaction of less than two hours, a rate similar to services offered in other cities.
6 million a year as a result of successful company negotiations for a new, lower convenience fee for customers when they pay their gas bill by phone using credit or debit cards.