charge for services

See: charge, fee
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With value pricing you charge for services based on their value to the client rather than on how much it costs you to provide them.
For the purpose of this paragraph an arm's length charge for services rendered shall be the amount which was charged or would have been charged for the same or similar services in independent transactions with or between unrelated parties under similar circumstances considering all relevant facts.
482-2(b)(3) provides the general rule that an arm's-length charge for services rendered shall be the amount that "was charged or would have been charged for the same or similar services in independent transactions with or between unrelated parties under similar circumstances considering all relevant facts.
To illustrate this doctrine, we refer to a recent case where prior to showing an apartment a broker required his customer to sign an agreement which stated: "I make no charge for services in helping you find an apartment.
What to charge for services and whether you should use bundled services, hourly charges, support contracts or retainers.