Earned Rate

Earned Rate

A reduced amount of money per advertisement that an advertiser pays in exchange for high volume. For example, if an advertiser agrees to purchase 30 seconds of time every commercial break for an extended period, that advertiser may be eligible for an earned rate.
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The decrease from the prior year quarter was driven by a lower net investment earned rate ('NIER') and a higher cost of funds.
In other words, prolong the time-bound deadline of those incentives that they now enjoy-this is just for the existing- or probably agree to a higher gross income earned rate. Right now, they are at 5 percent and we can just say grandfather rule: In other words, all those who are enjoying will continue to enjoy but must pay a little more; and I think we are gaining acceptance on that alternative,' he said.
and the earned rate fluctuates according to the type of spend or location of the spend," Mazin Khoury, Chief Executive Officer of American Express Middle East told Gulf News.
If the earned rate was 2%, or any amount less than the required 3%, the employer made up the difference.
Perhaps your readers would like to ask their respective councils how much of their hard earned rate money was being spent flying people backwards and forwards to Cardiff, and then we can have a true figure of the total of public funds given to an uneconomic, unworkable solution to the North South transportation link.
Because almost all insurers invest assets in corporate bonds, the net investment earned rate for a company--and hence, the credited interest rate on annuities--is highly dependent on the corporate bond rate.
With either method, a design is at risk if interest rates are lower than assumed or needed in the pricing; that is, the company will invest the premiums and assume some earned rate on its assets backing the policy, he said.
The other marketing move is an earned rate system which gives advertisers a reduced rate as they place more ads.
Then, a shown in the following table, when [alpha] = 3 (i.e., decreasing returns to scale), the earned rate of return under perfect price discrimination is 2.5, which is less than the earned rate of return under linear price, i,e., 2.8508.
Earned rate and crediting rates can be found, but they are buried in the insurer's annual report.
Operating income decreased primarily due to lower earned rates on invested assets, a higher frequency of life and health claims, and a return to more typical property and casualty first quarter wind and hail losses in 2016 from a low amount in 2015.
Even so, a higher proportion of workers in London as a whole earned rates above the LW than did the Brazilians surveyed, both those working full-time and those working part-time.