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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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Essentially, the legal fees and costs are afforded an above-the-line deduction.
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Using entry fees, the seniors can enjoy two tax advantages: (A) a home sale capital gains exclusion of $250,000 (widow) to $500,000 (couple), and (B) having to take less cash into taxable income from their tax-deferred accounts because, with upfront fees, they will be paying a lower monthly service fee.
The Wisconsin case is only one skirmish in a long feud over the constitutionality of using public universities' student activity fees to fund political groups.
9) Clearly, it is one thing to allow a contingent fee agent to employ the enforcement powers of the state to collect from a taxpayer where there has already been an adjudication, or the waiver of one.
Unless the provider or the patient requests the fee for a specific procedure before the work is done, neither will know what the compensation will be for that procedure until payment is received.
The Seventh Circuit overturned the fee award and held that the plaintiff was entitled to no fees at all.