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Direct Selling Commissions and Contingent Fees

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Can you charge the government for a contingent fee or commission to be paid to a firm for bringing in new business? This is a valid question. Especially for those of us small businesses who find it hard to find the time to market for ourselves and does not have the cash flow capability to carry an employee dedicated to new business development or high retainers for consultants. Many of us have or will face this at one time. Marketing is one of the key critical elements of the business. Well, the answer is, it depends. The following represents my review of and expresses my opinion on the allowability and application of contingent fees or commissions as they relate to New Business Development Direct Selling Expenses in one situation. Login to read more


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