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German term or phrase:Saldierungsspesen vs. Abschlussspesen
English translation:(periodic) account balancing fee vs. account closing fee
Entered by: Ted Wozniak
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15:39 Feb 13, 2007
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German term or phrase: Saldierungsspesen vs. Abschlussspesen
What is the difference between these two "account balancing fees". I've got a list of various bank fees charged for various accounts and no other context. Both fees are charged on the same types of accounts.

Is one for periodic account balancing and one for balancing on request?
Ted Wozniak
United States
Local time: 02:13
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2Processing fees / account statement [preparation] feesgangels


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Processing fees / account statement [preparation] fees


Explanation:
That's how I read google definitions.

The account statement fees seem to be due on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, so you could also call them 'periodic settlement fees'

gangels
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Asker: The client's glossary calls both Kontoabschluss & Kontosaldierung = account balancing and the definition of Abschlussspesen indicates its is a periodic balancing.

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