With other kinds of investment there will be charges to pay - possibly an upfront fee and certainly an annual fee taken from the money invested.
Keep in mind that it is far better to offer an activity that costs less and free to employees than to offer something more lavish and charge employees an admission fee .
an annual membership fee
His business instincts have seen the wonderful crystal collection in the palace as well as its fantastic fleet of antique cars opened to the public for a considerable fee .
Such a body could charge a fee for their services, which participating hospitals would only be willing to pay.
Some or all of the claimants entered into conditional fee agreements with their solicitors after they had been refused legal aid.
For example, the annual fee for a family policy could be as little as US $1,000, depending on the insurer's wealth and insurance policy limit.
This fee for service payment mechanism could affect patients with long term conditions in four ways.
York Minster recently began charging visitors an admission fee after a voluntary charging scheme failed to generate enough cash.
In doing so the dentist was taking his fee for professional services, which he simply refused to provide on any other terms.