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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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something given in return for a service or accomplishment

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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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     We must fix the premium so that you will have paid more.
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.
And the premium, Stamp included, is a thousand pounds,' said Mr.
He added that Rogojin was drunk, of course; but that he thought the money would be forthcoming, for the excited and intoxicated rapture of the fellow impelled him to give any interest or premium that was asked of him, and there were several others engaged in beating up the money, also.
The Insurance Information Institute (III) recently released its list of the top 10 countries ranked by life and nonlife direct premiums written in 2014 (in U.
Aside from the Federal income tax issues of these insurance arrangements, it is also important to understand that the premiums paid to a foreign insurer may be subject to Federal excise tax (FET) under Sec.
Did you hear the one about the premium finance company that borrowed funds from itself to pay its insurance premiums?
Currently, the Pension Protection Act and the Pension Security and Transparency Act call for increasing premiums paid to the PBGC; the Pension Protection Act calls for an increase in flat-rate premiums from $19 to $30, with a phase in of three years and five years if a company was at least 80 percent funded.
In 1989, Ontario discontinued the collection of OHIP premiums and adopted an Employer Health Tax.
Of course, most business newsletter offers include premiums as well, but those publishers believe renewal premiums are just giving something away to people who were going to renew anyway.
Either party pays all or part of the premiums, with at least one paying party entitled to recover the premiums.
During times of rising insurance premiums and difficulty in finding insurance coverage at all, insurance buyers, have looked a captive insurance mechanisms as a possible saving option (see sidebar for an explanation of terms used in this article).
Premiums are more than just inexpensive pens and watches--many different types of incentives can be offered and should be tested.
It can involve employers who buy no workers comp insurance policies and, therefore, pay no workers comp insurance premiums at all, or it can involve employers who buy policies but lower the cost of their premiums in fraudulent ways.
The sharp increases in Medigap insurance premiums are a threatening prospect for many Americans,'' said Families USA executive director Ron Pollack.