concierge fee

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A fee charged by some physicians—e.g., cardiologists—for providing personal expanded health access and services

concierge fee

Health care A fee charged by some physicians–eg, cardiologists, for providing expanded personal access and services. See Boutique hospital.
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The Financial unit has remained active across several advisory and refinancing projects, and its retainer fee base has remained strong.
While there could be some advantages to the retainer fee model, I believe one of its dangers is that it can lull creative agencies into a false sense of pseudo- security, leading to complacency.
A retainer fee of a certain amount up until six months to help transition into a working citizen.
She added: "A real concern too is that some tenants may have to find alternative night time support such as from Guardian Resonse which costs a PS376 annual retainer fee plus PS19.50 single or PS37 couple per call out.
The client eventually fired Conwell as her lawyer and asked for her retainer fee back, which Conwell refused, the opinion states.
fees will be structured under an annual retainer fee, with prices for additional services submitted at tender stage the service provider it to advise on areas including investment advice, credit risk management, strategic advice, technical advice, prudential indicators, economic updates, performing monitoring and any additional reporting relevant to cobalt housing.
After requiring the client to pay a $2,400 nonrefundable retainer fee, Starr failed to complete the task.
(Q) Would a retainer fee for lawyers be deductible?
The increase in revenues was mainly due to an increase in completed transaction fees, offset in part by a decrease in announcement fees and retainer fee revenue.
Hollywood insiders say Jolie could not have picked a better defense than Wasser, who has a reputation for being a "pit bull." She reportedly charges $850 an hour and demands a minimum $25,000 as a retainer fee. "She's a very fine lawyer and more often than not with celebrity clients, she keeps it out of the press," said Stacy Phillips, a divorce attorney who has also handled celebrity cases.
Our compensation is based on results--a minimal retainer fee and a success fee paid upon a successful close.
The contract contained the usual legalese, and offered a retainer fee of $10,000, plus reasonable and necessary travel expenses.