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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.
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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.
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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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The PPO usually has a wider list of health care professionals from which to choose who have agreed to charge the PPO's usual and customary fees. Like an HMO, you have a co-payment for each doctor visit or hospital admittance.
For some services, the Medicare allowed charge was not equal to the billed amount, customary fee, or prevailing fee.
The 33-year-old Pakistani driver, I.M., drove his pickup truck loaded with curtains to the Hatta checkpoint where he offered Dh50 in bribe to the customs inspector to allow him into Dubai without paying the required customary fees in May.
20, the Louisiana state legislature approved a set of appraisal management company rules that provide strong provisions regarding the payment of reasonable and customary fees that were put forth by the state's appraiser board.
If direct adversity were found as to every mark identified in an initial search, the cost of conflicts checks and waivers would be disproportionate to customary fees. Again, where there is no interest, there can be no conflict of interest.<br />Sometimes parties claim an interest in a matter, even though, considered objectively, there is no interest.
Several violations were recorded and hefty fines issued against the steel company, according to records, for having failed to pay the required customary fees following the ownership transfer of those vast quantities of steel.
Several violations and hefty fines were issued against the steel company, according to records, for having failed to pay the required customary fees following the ownership transfer of those vast quantities of steel.
CBL now holds a 10% ownership position in the asset and is responsible for leasing and managing, earning customary fees.
For example, we recently deployed with one of our new bank clients a model that defines reasonable, customary fees within different zones within the bank's lending footprint and based on the complexity of the assignment.
Well, if you pay me my customary fees, I'll let you know!
Moreover, the directed trust structure enables New Hampshire--based administrative trustees to charge fees commensurate with the minimal risk that they undertake; this, in turn, leaves room for other advisors to charge their customary fees.