The latest figures show how much it will cost to pay for a tag in the United States.
According to a survey by the Association of Tag Service Operators, which represents more than 2,000 operators, a tag’s value is estimated at $15.25, but that includes the cost of labor and materials.
The tag can be sold for as little as $15 or as much as $50.
A tag fee of $20.75 is levied by the tag industry to collect the fee.
According the American Society of Tag Agents and Fliers, tag fees are paid by the company that owns the tag.
That company can choose to collect fees based on the tag’s design, size, and location.
The fee is based on a percentage of the tag value and the number of tags it sells.
For example, a 20-foot tag could be worth as much $8,400 to a company that sells it for $10,000.
Accordingly, the fee should not be used to determine the tag cost.
A company could collect the tag fee on a tag based on its design, but could not deduct the cost from the value of the product, according to the association.
A fee of less than $20 is paid by a tag manufacturer to collect that fee.
The association also recommends a tag price tag, which is a list of tags, the tags that are currently on sale, and the tags in use by the retailer.
A price tag is not required to pay the tag fees, but should be included when determining the tag price.
According, the tag companies should also include a cost breakdown of the costs of keeping a tag, as well as the costs to replace tags if they are damaged.
The tag companies would then be able to compare the cost to the tag costs.
A $20 tag fee calculator for the tag market can be found here.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.