Commission

The fee paid to a broker to execute a trade, based on number of shares, bonds, options, and/or their dollar value. In 1975, deregulation led to the creation of discount brokers, who charge lower commissions than full service brokers. Full service brokers offer advice and usually have a full staff of analysts who follow specific industries. Discount
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commission

Compensation paid to a person or company for selling goods or services.
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Commission

A payment made to a director, writer, production company etc for the performance of a task or completion of a section of work.
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Commission

Money paid by an insurance company to a middle man (e.g. an financial adviser or direct agent) for selling a product.
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Commission

The fee that a broker may charge clients for dealing on their behalf.
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commission

The charge made by a stockbroker for buying and selling securities on a client's behalf. Varies from broker to broker.
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Commission

Remuneration for work done as an agent or broker, paid by the product provider.
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Commission

Fee paid to a stockbroker for buying or selling a security, usually a percentage of the cost. Commission varies across markets and between brokers.
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commission

[n] - the state of being in good working order and ready for operation 2. [n] - a fee for services rendered based on a percentage of an amount received or collected or agreed to be paid (as distinguished from a salary) 3. [n] - a formal statement of a command or injunction to do something 4. [n] - an official document issued by a
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Commission

A percentage of the sale price which the selling party receives. This can be an estate agent in relation to a property, a broker selling you a mortgage or other products and even a dorr to door salesman selling you a nice new set of double glazing.
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Commission

a percentage of the value of goods sold paid as total or partial remuneration to a sales representative or agent.
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Commission

A fee payable to a broker for buying or selling shares on the Stock Exchange. It is often expressed as a percentage of the total cost of the transaction.
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Commission

A payment to a subscription agency, usually a percentage amount of the subscription price. The agency collects from the subscriber, deducts the commission and remits the balance to the publisher
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Commission

An affiliates payment for sales generated by their traffic based on percentage of sales or a fixed lead payment basis.
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Commission

The fee that a broker may charge clients for dealing on their behalf.
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Commission

Fee charged by a broker for executing an order.
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Commission

Payment made to a stockbroker when you buy or sell shares. In general, the level of commission... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/commission.htm?id=272&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of commission'>more</a>
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Commission

The terms under which an Officer is recruited to the Armed Forces. Exact terms vary according to Service and specialisation within each Service.
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commission

term used in the armed forces to explain the rank and power given to officers to command other soldiers, e.g. a person receives a commission to become an officer
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commission

Payment made to a salesman, agent or other intermediary, normally in return for selling an insurance or investment policy
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Commission

Com·mis'sion noun [ French, from Latin commissio . See Commit .] 1. The act of committing, doing, or performing; the act of perpetrating. « Every commission of sin introduces into the soul a certain degree of hardness. South. » 2. The act of
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Commission

Com·mis'sion transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Commissioned ; p. pr & verbal noun Commissioning .] 1. To give a commission to; to furnish with a commission; to empower or authorize; as, to commission persons to
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commission

military commission noun an official document issued by a government and conferring on the recipient the rank of an officer in the armed forces
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commission

noun a fee for services rendered based on a percentage of an amount received or collected or agreed to be paid (as distinguished from a salary); `he works on commission`
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commission

noun the state of being in good working order and ready for operation; `put the ships into commission`; `the motor was out of commission`
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