Fee


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Fee

A fixed amount or a percentage of an underwriting or principal paid to the underwriter for its services. Also, the charge a mutual fund holder pays for expenses incurred in management and administration of the fund. Also, the rate an account holder pays to a portfolio manager for management of a discretionary account.

Fee

An agreed-upon, stated amount one pays for a service or privilege. For example, one may be required to pay a fee to attend college, to open an account with a brokerage, or to do any number of other things. Fees are stated and are usually standardized for the person or organization receiving them.

fee

a payment to an AGENT or professional person/firm such as an accountant or lawyer for performing particular services for clients. Fees may be paid on a fixed or sliding scale basis related to the value of the transaction or work undertaken.
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Fee learned that the "Big Buddy Organization" in Baton Rouge was working to reunite homeless school children with their families in addition to setting up temporary elementary schools for the displaced children.
The tax treatment of damages and legal fees and costs varies according to the type of underlying claim, Congressional action providing an above-the-line deduction for legal fees for discrimination claims and a recent Supreme Court decision in Commissioner v.
While award fee arrangements should be structured to motivate excellent contractor performance, award fees must be commensurate with contractor performance over a range from satisfactory to excellent performance.
The Virginia Department of Taxation collects the fee, which it deposits into a trust fund that the DEQ controls.
It comes along with a bureaucracy so labyrinthine and inept that those subject to it pay thousands of additional dollars in lawyer fees and other expenses just trying to meet its demands.
Provide the notice required by paragraphs (b)(1) and (b)(2) of this section either by showing it on the screen of the automated teller machine or by providing it on paper, before the consumer is committed to paying a fee.
Bearskin Airlines Executive Vice President Cliff Friesen says it's still too early to predict whether or not his airline will raise ticket prices to compensate for the airport's fee hike.
And for that reason,, he says, charging user fees is a more equitable way to recover land-management costs than taxation.
2) Help seniors realize entry fee affordability and flexibility coupled with the potential of leaving a legacy.
If the Supremes side with him, scores of public universities will be forced either to stop such subsidies or to create check-off systems that allow students to direct where their fees will go.
The statute may prove useful in dealing with some contingent fee agents in that it prohibits some of the more offensive tactics of collection agencies.
Another preset fee schedule, usual and customary (U&C), is based on a database of varying size that is used to calculate what other providers charge for similar services.