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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.
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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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This is based on the average buyer spending PS430,000 over 60 years, after renting for an initial nine-year period, buying a home at PS212,079 with a 16% deposit and paying PS4,800 of purchase fees.
In addition to cutting ATM fees internationally, the bank will also remove international purchase fees from its credit and debit cards.
Purchase fees. Retailer gift cards usually do not charge purchase fees, but shoppers may be charged around $3 to $5 for bank-issued cards that feature logos such as MasterCard or Visa.
"For example, using the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society Gold Classic account would cost pounds 777.02 based on five transactions of [ETH]200 as the card has no transaction, ATM or purchase fees. Use a card which charges fees and you could pay up to pounds 53 extra."
they are available online and don't have any foreign purchase fees, although FairFX does charge either EUR1.50 or $2 each time you withdraw money from an atM.
J & J's kickbacks to Omnicare took multiple forms, including rebates that were conditioned on Omnicare engaging in an "Active Intervention Program" for Risperdal and payments disguised as data purchase fees, educational grants, and fees to attend Omnicare meetings
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).
At the start of June, Mike Naylor at price comparison service uSwitch.com noted that Nat West 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 1.25.
At the start of June, Mike Naylor at price comparison service uSwitch.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 1.25.
(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).