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A fee is the price one pays as remuneration for rights or services. Fees usually allow for overhead, wages, costs, and markup.
Traditionally, professionals in Great Britain received a fee in contradistinction to a payment, salary, or wage, and would often use guineas rather than pounds as units of account. Under the feudal system, a Knight's fee was what was given to a knight for his service, usually the usage of land.
A contingent fee is an attorney's fee which is reduced or not charged at all if the court case is lost by the attorney.
A service fee, service charge, or surcharge is a fee added to a customer's bill. The purpose of a service charge often depends on the nature of the product and corresponding service provided. Examples of why this fee is charged are: travel time expenses, truck rental fees, liability and workers' compensation insurance fees, and planning fees. UPS and FedEx have recently begun surcharges for fuel.
Restaurants and banquet halls charging service charges in lieu of tips must distribute them to their wait staff in some US states (e.g., Massachusetts, New York, Montana), but in the state of Kentucky may keep them.
A fee may be a flat fee or a variable one, or part of a two-part tariff.
A membership fee is charged as part of a subscription business model.
This is not new on many firearm-related shopping sites or stores. Expect to see more of it beyond firearms.
Hi folks, I searched the forums but was unable to find a thread about the cheapest local transfer fees in the Tacoma/Oly area. If someone knows of a thread or a resources for this information please let me know.
KASICH REALLY SEEMS TO GO OUT OF HIS WAY TO BE A DICK: Ohio drops CCW fees for vets without Kasich signature on bill. “Ohio Gov. John Kasich refused to sign a bill waiving fees for active duty military and veterans who apply for a concealed handgun license in protest over a gun control impasse.”
I was looking to buy a used 9mm from a private party on Armslist today. Price was good. I called the local pawn shop and they told me $25 + $10 background check. Met the seller there at which time they told us they are not allowed to do private party transfers despite what the lady told me on...
My 2 regular places for FFL transfers, seem to have raised their fees??
Is anyone else seeing this trend?
Does anyone know a FFL on the SW Side of Portland (SW Portland, Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood, Beaverton, Wilsonville, etc..) that has good rates on FFL transfers..especially for...
The Governor of Connecticut, Pete Malloy, a hater of all things 2A has proposed his new budget for 2017. The state is suffering from a huge $3.6B deficit (possibly partially due to gun laws driving gun manufacturers out of the state? :rolleyes:). So to help combat this, he decides to take his...