Fee structure is a list that indicates all the rates that can be paid for services of the company. Thanks to fee structure customers know how much they will pay for certain services. In many countries publishing price list (for example in form of fee structure) is required by the law. Fee structure helps to compare prices of different companies. Therefore some of them hide their lists, e.g. they don't show them on websites.
Fee structure examples
Banks publish their fee structures which contain all the rates for certain services, e.g. issuing credit card, bank account, transfer. Other example is university that publishes fee structure for studying certain programmes (usually per semester fee or annual tuition fee).
The list can also present special situations that make customers eligible to pay less (e.g. high volume of orders, long time customer).
- Windsperger, J. (2001). The fee structure in franchising: a property rights view. Economics letters, 73(2), 219-226.
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