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provviggioni passive

English translation: Paid commission

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15:52 Oct 18, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase: provviggioni passive
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Sorry to be asking so much, just no so used to Italian (but need the practice!) Bear.
BearTrans
English translation:Paid commission
Explanation:
Passive simply means that you are paying them.
It's similar to "interessi passivi".
Apparently, this company utilizes a sales force comprised of reps.

Are you doing a "conto economico", by any chance?

Lucia
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Local time: 19:47
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Thanks for all the help you have given me. Much appreciated! Bear.
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napayable commission fees
Catherine Bolton
naPaid commission
Lucia Mentani


  

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Paid commission


Explanation:
Passive simply means that you are paying them.
It's similar to "interessi passivi".
Apparently, this company utilizes a sales force comprised of reps.

Are you doing a "conto economico", by any chance?

Lucia


    I have studied accounting, but let me know if I am off
Lucia Mentani
United States
Local time: 19:47
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 70
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Thanks for all the help you have given me. Much appreciated! Bear.
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7 hrs
payable commission fees


Explanation:
"Passive" means "payable, due, owed" but does not necessarily mean that the fee has been paid. I would avoid using "paid" because it means that the amount is no longer outstanding.
FYI: "attivo/passivo" is very common in Italian business lingo and means "receivable/payable" (as in accounts receivable, payable interest, etc.)


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Catherine Bolton
Local time: 01:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 1906

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