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Synonyms for premium

surcharge

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  • surcharge
  • extra charge
  • additional fee or charge

at a premium

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put or place a (high) premium on something

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Synonyms for premium

something given in return for a service or accomplishment

Synonyms for premium

payment for insurance

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the amount that something in scarce supply is valued above its nominal value

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a fee charged for exchanging currencies

a prize, bonus, or award given as an inducement to purchase products, enter competitions initiated by business interests, etc.

payment or reward (especially from a government) for acts such as catching criminals or killing predatory animals or enlisting in the military

having or reflecting superior quality or value

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The men shouted; the ladies wept into their pocket-handkerchiefs till they were moist, and waved them till they were dry; the excitement was tremendous; and Mr Nickleby whispered his friend that the shares were thenceforth at a premium of five-and-twenty per cent.
 INSURANCE AGENT: You spoke of saving the premiums which you would
And the premium, Stamp included, is a thousand pounds,' said Mr.
Not counting premiums, their wages are thirty dollars a year.
Congoo, the Web's first premium information network, has done what many thought would be impossible: make huge amounts of premium, restricted and/or subscription-only Web content available to anyone, free of charge.
The rate is also 1% of the premium paid on a reinsurance policy (insurance purchased by an insurance company) covering those same risks.
Did you hear the one about the premium finance company that borrowed funds from itself to pay its insurance premiums?
On October 25, the House Education and the Workforce Committee followed the Senate's actions and also raised PBGC flat-rate premium rates from $19 to $30 starting in 2006, and includes that same termination fee for companies that file for bankruptcy.
Have you been wondering if employee groups will look to employers to pay their employees' portion of the proposed Ontario Health Premium (OHP)?
2-liter SOHC 18-valve V6 that provides 215 hp @5,700 rpm and 229 lb-ft of torque @ 3,000 rpm, remains as an unquestionably premium powerplant that features a high-pressure die-cast aluminum alloy block with Silitec alloy liners and cast aluminum alloy heads.
It occured to me that premium offers on renewals were much less common among newsletter marketers.
For example, changes in the mode of premium payment, policy-loan interest rates or beneficiary choices (provided the beneficiary is not a party to the arrangement) are not material under Treasury regulations section 1.
No doubt there has been significant movement into captives over the past 15 to 20 years, with market-share projections indicating that the captive premium volume exceeded 50% of total risk-bearing premiums in the United States.
COMPANIES SPEND $23 billion annually on premium, incentive and promotion programs, and the industry continues to grow, it was announced at the Premium Show recently held in New York.
Officially, what Bennett did is called premium fraud.