percentage fee

percentage fee

Compensation based upon a percentage of construction cost. Also See fee.
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She was contacted by GGG and signed a contract with the company the next day for assistance with the adjustment of her claims against her insurance company in exchange for a percentage fee, according to the lawsuit.
Meg Hillier, Public Accounts Committee chair, said: "This is a very high percentage fee and the cost of doing this is much less than PS25,000.
A joint Sunday People and We Fight Fraud investigation saw how crooks persuade youngsters to hand over their bank details in exchange for a percentage fee.
I can back that up as, when only last year, as a disciplinary procedure I took Clifford off a winner at Windsor that not only cost me a share of a riding and winner's percentage fee but a fine from the stewards.
o include the following principle roles and associated management of other specialist contributing to the design, The fee for this element of the design will be established by the submission of a percentage fee rate to be applied to the final construction value which is expected to be around 2.
For instance, the house collects a percentage fee, known as the take.
What's more, not only do they not have to have a conversation about raising fees, most AUM advisors find themselves in a position to actually reduce their percentage fee as a client portfolio grows.
Regardless of investment style, most investment management proposals contain a percentage fee based on assets under management (AUM).
That means that, where applicable, we will only take a percentage fee of the final transaction value once the solution is implemented.
Although it may be true that, given the increased complexity of modern litigation, there will be some cases where the amount of work required to resolve a lien is more than initially anticipated, the notion of the percentage fee contract contemplates that there will be some cases that are profitable for the lawyer handling the claim and others that are unprofitable.
The change strikes at the heart of the business model of brokers, who typically get paid through commissions, unlike registered investment advisors, who are paid a percentage fee based on the amount of plan assets under management.
An annually fixed fee (the result of the bidding process) and a percentage fee, which is a share of the gross revenue and varies from airport to airport.
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