Purchase fee

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Purchase fee

A charge assessed by an intermediary, such as a broker-dealer or a bank, for assisting in the sale or purchase of a security.

Purchase Fee

Any fee that a third party assesses on an investor in exchange for helping the investor buy a security. One of the most common kids of purchase fees is the broker's commission.
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Gift cards currently purchased through the Cardency store on eBay do not include any purchase fees.
Like all bank account charges, overseas fees are complex and difficult to compare due to a combination of foreign loading fees, purchase fees and withdrawal fees.
Customers can also obtain money orders with no purchase fees - no other purchase is necessary for a customer to be able to purchase a money order for free.
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Taxes and fees When budgeting for your property purchase, don't forget to include additional running costs and taxes, such as purchase fees, local taxes, maintenance costs, management fees and capital gains tax (if you decide to sell).
com noted NatWest was upping the maximum fee on overseas cash withdrawals on its debit card from pounds 1 to pounds 5, and increasing purchase fees on its overseas debit card from 75p to pounds 1.
75 per cent of spending, and consumers should be aware of other cash withdrawal and purchase fees when they use their debit card.
5) However, this differs substantially as an economic model from other types of print materials, such as books, that are subject to one-time purchase fees (perhaps with periodic repurchases as material gets lost or is worn).
In addition to the option and purchase fees, the county expects to collect $60,000 to $70,000 annually in greens fees.
Pay no ATM or purchase fees in the UK or foreign exchange fees abroad for the first 3 months.
All of the widely-held general-purpose cards that Bankrate surveyed charge purchase fees ranging from $3.