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Agent Commission

A form of payment to an agent in which the agent receives a percentage of the value of each transaction that a client orders. Commissions are seen as advantageous to a client because if the client does not make orders, then he/she does not have to pay an agent commission. However, commissions create an incentive for agents to make as many transactions as possible. See also: Fee.
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Prior to deducting placement agent commissions and offering expenses and excluding the exercise of any warrants, the company raised aggregate gross proceeds of about USD11.
The staff said at a recent board meeting that the exchange has paid the agent commissions owed through July and as in the process of paying commissions for August and September.
1206, which sundowned with the last Congressional session after it passed out of the Energy and Commerce Committee, would exempt agent commissions from the MLR calculated under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
We are doubling agent commissions from 10% to 20% while maintaining our competitive pricing and delivering high velocity service.
6m before the deduction of placement agent commissions and offering expenses.
McCarty led the battle by the NAIC to have agent commissions removed from the MLR formula.
This means they can use only 15 percent to 20 percent of premiums for administrative purposes, including agent commissions.
Utilising Dell to be the sole source disbursement company for our Travel Agent Commissions allows us to build on the vast industry network and robust technology that Dell currently maintains.
The Superior Court action was necessary because during a federal court proceeding, RE/MAX claimed not to share in revenue from agent commissions, Sax said.
Thus, while the insurance company might lose money on these policies due to the greater-than-expected mortality, better persistency and initial up-front investment in agent commissions and underwriting expense, the life settlement investor may not make as much (or may actually lose money) as was expected when the investment vehicle was created.
Following the recent trend of other major airlines, American Airlines announced that it will be lowering travel agent commissions.
TAAC's no-cap approach to agent commissions is possible because of a small staff and no marketing and research department, Waymack says.

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