Extra commission paid by suppliers for volume or quantity sales.
A financial incentive paid by a supplier to a retailer to encourage high-volume sales.
Additional commission paid to agents as a bonus for productivity and/or volume.
A form of commission paid by an insurer to an intermediary, such as a managing general agent, for producing business.
A commission paid to managerial personnel (e.g. principal broker) on sales made by their subordinates, usually calculated as a percentage of the gross sales commissions earned by the salesperson.
Percentage of a commission or a fee paid to someone higher in the organization or above a certain amount.
A rental amount paid due to sales of the tenant. For example: A lease for a service station may contain a provision for a certain addition to the rent for every gallon of gasoline over a certain amount sold each month. The amount over is called the override, such as two cents per gallon for every gallon over fifty thousand sold each month.