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What Is The Difference Between A Referral Fee And A Finders Fee? | Real Estate | Main Articles
Southampton - What is the difference between a referral fee and a finders fee in a real estate transaction? Under NY State Law, a person may not be paid a referral fee who does not hold a real estate broker's license. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  finders  fee  real  estate  referral 
5 days ago by basecamp
Regulations.gov - Docket Folder Summary CMS PFS
Medicare Program; Revisions to Payment Policies under the Physician Fee Schedule and Other Revisions to Part B for CY 2018; Medicare Shared Savings Program Requirements; and Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program
cms  pfs  physician  fee  schedule 
22 days ago by p9g
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IFTTT  WordPress  Car  blockiergebühr  elektroauto  elon  gebühren  geld  idle  fee  kosten  kostenlos  Laden  musk  Problem  Supercharger  Tesla 
6 weeks ago by wotek
Driving students away from nursing is a spectacular act of political self-harm | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian
With 40,000 nursing vacancies unfilled, the news that training applications are down by 23% is disastrous for the NHS [...] It reckons that in all over the past 10 years, 400,000 people who would have studied part-time in higher education have been deterred from doing so. [... can really re-pay the fees working for nurse salary + the jobs commitment ... + working 50% of their time training! ] [...] Janet Davies, head of the Royal College of Nursing, warns that nurses’ attitudes will alter once they are paying heftily for their training: “They will demand better clinical placements and their relationship with the NHS will change: carrying a heavy debt to get qualified, they will feel less obligation to work in the NHS.” The government promised that imposing fees on trainee nurses would see an increase of 10,000 new training places; none have been provided.
NHS  bursaries  Austerity  education  policy  debt  student  loan  tuition  fee  maintenance  grant  poverty  staff  shortage  locum  agency  skills  gap  Tories  George  Osborne  Jeremy  Hunt  Simon  Stevens  David  Cameron  Privatisation  PFI  trap  productivity  output  neoliberalism  neoliberal 
july 2017 by asterisk2a
When Congress Busted Milton Friedman (and Libertarianism Was Created By Big Business Lobbyists)
The FEE is generally regarded as “the first libertarian think-tank” as Reason’s Brian Doherty calls it in his book “Radicals For Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern Libertarian Movement” (2007). As the Buchanan Committee discovered, the Foundation for Economic Education was the best-funded conservative lobbying outfit ever known up to that time, sponsored by a Who’s Who of US industry in 1946.

A partial list of FEE’s original donors in its first four years includes: The Big Three auto makers GM, Chrysler and Ford; top oil majors including Gulf Oil, Standard Oil, and Sun Oil; major steel producers US Steel, National Steel, Republic Steel; major retailers including Montgomery Ward, Marshall Field and Sears; chemicals majors Monsanto and DuPont; and other Fortune 500 corporations including General Electric, Merrill Lynch, Eli Lilly, BF Goodrich, ConEd, and more.

The FEE was set up by a longtime US Chamber of Commerce executive named Leonard Read, together with Donaldson Brown, a director in the National Association of Manufacturers lobby group and board member at DuPont and General Motors.

That is how libertarianism started: As an arm of big business lobbying.
libertarianism  historical_revisionism  fee  lobbying  milton_friedman 
july 2017 by perich
The UK's EU membership fee - Full Fact
In 2016 the UK government paid £13.1 billion to the EU budget, and EU spending on the UK was forecast to be £4.5 billion. So the UK’s ‘net contribution’ was estimated at about £8.6 billion.
brexit  fee  cost  eu  politics  economics 
may 2017 by iaeon

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