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* * *flat fee UK US noun [C] (also fixed fee)► an amount that is charged or paid that does not change according to the amount of work done, or the number of times something is used: »
She agreed to do the work for a flat fee, rather than charge an hourly rate.
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Flat Fee — Flat|fee, Flat Fee [ flɛtfi:], die; , s [engl. flat fee, aus: flat = pauschal, Einheits (eigtl. = flach, eingeebnet, aus dem Anord.) u. fee = Gebühr, über das Afrz. letztlich zu mlat. feudum, ↑ feudal]: [pauschal] zu entrichtende Gebühr für den… … Universal-Lexikon
Flat Fee — [ fi:] die; , s, auch Flat|fee die; , s <zu engl. fee »Gebühr«> [pauschal] zu entrichtende Gebühr für den Zugang zu einem ↑Provider od. einem anderen 2↑Service … Das große Fremdwörterbuch
Flat fee — A flat fee, also referred to as a flat rate or a linear rate, refers to a pricing structure that charges a single fixed fee for a service, regardless of usage. Rarely, it may refer to a rate that does not vary with usage or time of use. Another… … Wikipedia
Flat\ fee — Pauschales Tarifmodell, siehe Flatrate. flatrate … Online-Wörterbuch Deutsch-Lexikon
Flat-fee MLS — (sometimes referred to as flat rate mls or fixed fee mls ) refers to the practice in the real estate industry of placing pertinent information about a property for sale into the database of the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for a set fee… … Wikipedia
Fee-Only financial advisor — Fee Only financial advisors in the USA, as defined by the review materials for the Certified Financial Planner exam and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, are compensated solely by the client, typically achieved through a… … Wikipedia
fee — W2S2 [fi:] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: fé, fief, from Medieval Latin feudum; FEUDAL] an amount of money that you pay to do something or that you pay to a professional person for their work ▪ school fees ▪ The health club charges an… … Dictionary of contemporary English
fee — A fixed amount or a percentage of an underwriting or principal. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * fee fee [fiː] noun 1. [countable] COMMERCE an amount of money paid to a professional person or organization for their services: • If you want… … Financial and business terms
Fee — For other uses see Fee (disambiguation) A fee is the price one pays as remuneration for services. Fees usually allow for overhead, wages, costs, and markup. Traditionally, professionals in Great Britain received a fee in contradistinction to a… … Wikipedia
flat — 1 adjective flatter, flattest 1 SURFACE smooth and level, without raised or hollow areas, and not sloping or curving: a flat bottomed boat | a perfectly flat sandy beach | flat as a pancake (=very flat): The countryside near there is flat as a… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English