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a fixed amount of money charged for a privilege or service

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Damages for personal injury or sickness and the related legal fees and costs are excludable from gross income, but the punitive or interest components are not.
An element of many award fee plans is the ability to "roll over" unearned award fee money from one period to another.
Fee Real Estate reached out to was the Wesley United Methodist Church in Beaumont, Texas which is providing shelter to displaced victims.
The Virginia Department of Taxation collects the fee, which it deposits into a trust fund that the DEQ controls.
It comes along with a bureaucracy so labyrinthine and inept that those subject to it pay thousands of additional dollars in lawyer fees and other expenses just trying to meet its demands.
Provide the notice required by paragraphs (b)(1) and (b)(2) of this section either by showing it on the screen of the automated teller machine or by providing it on paper, before the consumer is committed to paying a fee.
Bearskin Airlines Executive Vice President Cliff Friesen says it's still too early to predict whether or not his airline will raise ticket prices to compensate for the airport's fee hike.
And for that reason,, he says, charging user fees is a more equitable way to recover land-management costs than taxation.
2) Help seniors realize entry fee affordability and flexibility coupled with the potential of leaving a legacy.
If the Supremes side with him, scores of public universities will be forced either to stop such subsidies or to create check-off systems that allow students to direct where their fees will go.
Taxpayers contacted by contingent fee agents frequently report that they originally thought they were dealing with government employees.
Another preset fee schedule, usual and customary (U&C), is based on a database of varying size that is used to calculate what other providers charge for similar services.
The Court in Farrar stated that where recovery of private damages is the purpose of civil rights litigation, a court in awarding attorney's fees is obligated to give primary consideration to the amount of damages awarded, as compared to the amount sought, and that fee awards under 1988 were never intended to produce windfalls to attorneys.
With a budget of less than $15,000 a year, Poston's reactor will not survive NRC's new fee schedule.
Last summer, a car pulled up to a Skyline Drive entrance at Shenandoah National Park, and a young man held out the $5 entrance fee to the Park Service toll taker.