Accrued fee


Accrued fee
  A cumulative fee to be paid to or received from an account holder, but is not yet due (i.e. has not yet resulted in a financial transaction against the clients account). A fee which has been earned even though the related transaction is not yet due. See also Accrual, Accrued interest, Applied and Fee.

International financial encyclopaedia . 2014.

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