professional fee

See: retainer
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Little did my respectable father imagine when, with great difficulty and vexation, he succeeded in getting me now and then smuggled, along with himself, inside the pale of fashionable society--that he was helping me to study likenesses which were destined under my reckless treatment to make the public laugh at some of his most august patrons, and to fill the pockets of his son with professional fees, never once dreamed of in his philosophy.
It is partially based on information he collected during the ABI Chapter 11 Professional Fee Study funded by the American Bankruptcy Institute, the ABI Endowment Fund, and the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges.
The responses highlight the need for greater consistency and transparency across the sector, to include: A full explanation about what the breakdown of the professional fee is and any commission earned.
Such an allocation may be of critical importance in a later case where, for example, a lump-sum professional fee could be allocated between providing normal business advice and restructuring the corporation.
March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- After surviving a nearly 40% drop in professional fee revenue in 2001 and 2002, the 20 Largest Retained Executive Search Practices Worldwide posted a 2% gain in professional fee revenue in 2003, according to the just-released annual search firm rankings issue (March 2004) of Executive Recruiter News (ERN), whose publisher has tracked the global business of executive search since 1970.
The owner or building developer in today's world prides himself on buying architecture cheaply, but when evaluating the project in total would find that his final professional fee costs, in addition to change orders and cost overruns due to the architect's minimal association with the project, has actually produced a far more expensive project than was originally budgeted.
They would suggest policies to the board about the dispersement of professional fee receipts.
Chi-X Canada s new Retail Professional fee category is designed to lower market data costs and to encourage greater market participation for retail investors and investment advisors who are currently grouped under the Professional fee category.
friendly or hostile)was not determinative of the proper tax treatment for professional fee expenditures.
The average cost to the payer for the IDET procedure from start to finish, which includes facility fee as well as professional fee, is approximately $7,000 to $8,000.
3 million last year, and professional fee revenues of $55.
The provision of toilet facilities appropriate for the number of new mainstream classrooms (including the provision of one toilet/shower for assisted users) circulation space to provide access to the classrooms and toilets removal of existing prefabs and making good the site (where applicable) fitted furniture professional fees including normal associated costs such as surveys and investigations.

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