distribution fee

12B-1 Fee

A fee one must pay in a 12B-1 Plan. A 12B-1 plan is a mutual fund that, instead of a load (or sales fee), annually charges shareholders a small percentage of the fund's market value, which is called a 12B-1 fee. Instead of assessing a fee when buying or selling shares as most mutual funds do, 12B-1 fees are deductions from the fund's market value per shareholder. Usually a 12B-1 fee is less than 1% of the market value.

distribution fee

See 12b-1 fee.
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Under the terms of the agreement, Larasan will distribute Unique Pizza and Subs' frozen six-to-eight-inch individual pizzas to up to approximately 500,000 of its distribution outlets that have frozen refrigeration display cases, and for which Larasan will earn a customary distribution fee.
And you will have a single buyer model to buy all the power from all these companies and pay a transmission fee to the transmission company and the distribution companies a distribution fee," he added.
Producer Harmon Kaslow said he and John Aglialoro are retaining the home entertainment rights, but are paying a distribution fee to Fox to release the film on DVD, Blu-Ray, digital download and video on demand.
The head of Fairfax's metropolitan media division, Jack Matthews has said that selling <em>The Age</em> and <em>The Herald</em> on tablets were more lucrative because of the 30 percent distribution fee Apple adds to subscriptions sold through the App Store.
In return for a fixed annual distribution fee, Sprue is committed,
All three contracts used the same pricing formula: Delivered Price + Fixed Distribution Fee = Unit Price.
The division enables the company to recapture the distribution fee previously lost to third parties and the new group has already chalked up record fees for Rock Rivals.
After locating a distributor, Pasternack says expect to pay a distribution fee between 20% and 35% of retail sales.
The company "pays an outrageous distribution fee every month," says Gary Wegener, Boniferro Mill Works CFO.
pounds 3m as a distribution fee from the International Rugby Board, awarded to each leading nation who takes part in the World Cup.
Strebor pays Simon & Schuster a distribution fee, and in return Strebor's titles are included in the Atria catalogue under the Strebor imprint, presold to bookstores, and all Strebor's production, printing and storage concerns are taken care of.
This year, Pixar expects to find a new studio partner - one that likely will take only a distribution fee, leaving the bulk of the profits (and risks) to Pixar.

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