Thus, the physician collects both the facility and professional fees.
This is pay for personal services performed, such as wages, salaries, or professional fees.
The rest is taken up with construction interest, professional fees, development management and other nonconstruction costs.
"And what was your professional fee for this service?"
The larger the job on the ground, the greater the professional fee to be made out of it.
Because of my limited mobility, he has always made house calls and charged the full professional fee for his services.
"Of course, I should insist on your accepting the proper professional fee."
The materials cost roughly $27,800, not including development costs and professional fees, but a large order could lower the price to about $15,000 a unit.
He (or she) will expect to be paid a professional fee for the job.
In return, the committee agreed to limit its spending on professional fees to $150,000 a month.