percentage fee

percentage fee

Compensation based upon a percentage of construction cost. Also See fee.
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40 year old family medical practice with established insurance panel and large percentage fee for service patients.
SumUp only charges a simple, low percentage fee per card transaction.
A not-to-exceed percentage fee for overhead and profit will be negotiated and established upon issuance of a specific work order.
Beehive then facilitates the loan agreement between the business and investors, charging a small percentage fee of the loan amount with investors receiving monthly repayments at target rates of between 8 per cent and 12 per cent, said Moore.
Beehive takes a percentage fee of the loan amount from the SME, which varies depending on the term the loan is spread over, while the investor is able to choose how much they lend and at what interest rate.
Henry's companies oered to apply to the Valuation Oce for council tax rebanding on their behalf, typically for a fee of PS175, but would take a percentage fee upon rebanding.
In addition to a percentage fee for acting as executor, professionals can also charge an hourly fee - taking a big slice from the average UK inheritance of PS180,000.
Typically, Interchange-plus pricing models will also be written in the two-component format, with a percentage fee and per-transaction fee above interchange.
I leave the percentage fee in the contract unchanged but cap the amount paid to a specific dollar amount.
Q Friends of ours recently sold their house after several price reductions urged by their agent, and were astonished when he demanded a percentage fee based on the original asking price.
Is a higher percentage fee hike the only incentive for a non-outstanding school to do better?
Annuitize your book," the leaders of the financial services industry exclaimed, which meant wrap an ongoing percentage fee around money management services such as mutual funds or separately managed accounts.
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