An analysis fee depends on the fees that are built up over the within a year and billed in the coming month for products like the number of checks deposited or the number of rolled coins paid out.
A direct fee is a price that is completely accredited to the production of specific goods or services. Some costs, such as decrease of stocks or several managerial operating fees are more difficult to allot to a specific product and as such are considered to be indirect fees.
However, since direct costs can be distinctively linked to a product, direct fees do not need to be directly allocated to a product, subdivision or any other fee entity.
An analysis fee is based on fees that are accumulated over the course of a month and billed in the following month for items such as the number of checks deposited or the number of rolled coins disbursed, etc. A direct fee is charged at the time of service such as a wire fee or a stop payment fee.