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10 January, 13:57

Beverly works at a specialty kitchen store. The manufacturer of a brand of gourmet mustard that is sold through her store pays her $1.00 for every jar she sells to consumers. What is this called?

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  1. 10 January, 15:09
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    Answer: A spiff

    Explanation:

    Spiff is actually a form of slang to refer to someone who receives an incentive for selling an item to customers on behalf of a vendor. This motivates the seller to push the vendor's items (sell them) onto its (seller's) customers. The incentive usually comes in the form of a bonus and is paid out immediately.

    In this question the gourmet mustard manufacturer is the vendor, and Beverly is the seller. Beverly receives $1 for every jar of mustard she sells, which is the bonus. This motivates her to keep selling these jars on behalf of the manufacturer (vendor). This payment is immediate, as she receives it everytime she sells a jar of mustard.
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