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University tuition fees are rising, curriculum are being changed every now and then, the teachers' strike in BC, how our scores in the PISA are falling, how unequal curriculum in each country are, how 50% of final grades in Albertan high schools is determined by a standardized test, high school dropouts rising, stigma against those who choose to do trades education after high school, student loans, etc.
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If they say their reader isn't working tell them any atm fees you pay are coming out of their tip (usually at least 5 or 6 bucks).
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When it isn't, thank God anti-European Union parties are rising up among this dicks.
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As you can see an extremely large crowd seems to have gathered and tensions are rising, riot police have been employed to deal with possible outbreaks of violence and the numbers in the crowd are expected to reach into the thousands.
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Also, it's easy to buy, the fees are low and its old school.
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Absolutely, Changetip is waiving fees for the current period ( i think they just extended it), but the fees on coinbase are for their services.
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Are you using rising stars?
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I was only looking at the management fees which are almost identical.
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But those connection fees are a fixed price, how much you use it or what you use it for doesn't change the cost.
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These fees are usually just collapsed into a single number called the "expense ratio", which is what the grandfather post is referring to.
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The fees are only 0.18% which is very low.
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Ask before you sign that the modem fees are not on the bill.
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Full fees are paid.
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To give you an idea of what those fees are costing you compared to the most recommended option here, keeping your money managed will consume an extra ~$72,000 in fees and lost opportunity over the next 25 years!
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On top of attorney's fees, there are additional costs like SR-22 insurance, court / occupational license fees, a day off of work for court, ect.
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I got a DUI and the fees are insane.
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After six months, there are fees.
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To OP: our fees are about 50% of private practice fees.
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Course fees are ~$1800 and you can find accommodation for $300 for the month.
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If you go to a doctor they can do two betas about 48 hours apart to check if levels are rising or falling.
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Dust devils are hot air rising through cooler air.
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To be fair, membership prices are rising anyway due to development choices (TU) made by Jagex, not the players.
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This is the trick: If the resulting VAT is below CHF 5, then it and all other fees are waived.
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At GVKC, membership is $100, practice fees are $10 and you can stay as long as you want.
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The AH fees are all %'s and no flat cost, so that doesn't discourage it.
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For SME's I have yet to find it cheaper in-house over cloud infrastructure and it also allows for a much much more flexible infrastructure because fees are from month to month.
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Grid energy costs are rising, solar energy costs are falling, you're not making any sense.
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Fees are INR 17.
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The Holy See dictates that to fund the ongoing war, teleportation fees are ten times the regular Eorzean rates.
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The fees are so high it would be fully justified to do so...
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The first is that prices are rising faster then the speed people gain gold, so the market is out of control and secondly cause new players have a harder time to get "up to speed".
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If playing poker doesn't sound useful, I'll mention one thing: all of the incentives that block rewards and TX fees provide are analogous to the incentives which the blinds and antes provide to Poker Players.
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As for fees, they are typically based on hourly rates, so they will vary.
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I guess their fees are “hidden” inside SEC Plc's share price then.
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Evolution, water levels are rising, he's already adapting!
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Remember that the fees are on top of the underlying fund charges, up to £25k you're paying about 1.25%.
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Hey man finders fees are awesome!
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whatever taxes and fees are mandated by law, plus $1.61 per line regulatory fee from T-Mobile
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So most people who says they have "no electric bill" (really a minimum one down to just some fees) are actually buying a large amount of energy and selling a large amount of energy in the same month.
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These new rate schedules (or fees) are designed to ensure that solar users pay for the grid proportionate to what it is doing for them so the grid can stay up and provide value for all of us, solar users and non-solar users.
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And, although ATM fees usually are only $2-$3, once in a while you end up in a tourist location with $6 ATM fees and you don't need hunt out your local bank's ATM like your friends.
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the fulfillment doesnt seem like an option, all my items ill be selling for around $5 and their fees are between 4 and 5$ per item.
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Diabetes rates are rising commensurate to our obesity rates.
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The Post Office do do a Sterling-denominated card, but the fees are heavy (1.5%/minimum £3 to top up, £1.50 for each withdrawal.)
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The transaction fees are not a problem now, but we believe that bitcoin will become big with a lot of transactions per second.
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The problem though, is that all that liability is passed onto businesses and therefore consumers, since merchant processing fees are higher to cover the costs of fraud.
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Fees are 0% for the first $100,000 and 0.5% thereafter.
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Fees are set at 1%.
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They are fixed fees that are paid out of the fund and impact the overall performance of the fund.
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Also there are loan origination fees (depends on the loan but generally not more than 5%)...this also raises the APY (origination fees are NOT included in the stated interest rate).
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