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benefit

an allowance paid by the government as for sickness, unemployment, etc., to which a person is entitled under social security or the national insurance scheme
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A breakeven analysis is an important tool when trying to determine when a benefit should be taken.
Despite this, Ellen is entitled to continue collecting her 35 percent spousal benefit even while David has suspended his benefits.
While mature workers have their own benefits needs, regulations prohibit organizations from segmenting benefits by age, and companies aren't able to gear benefit packages specifically for older workers.
The public benefit concept is not spelled out in the bill and will be determined by the Charities Commission, an independent charities regulator for England and Wales.
Since qualifying companies can only be credited for capital or personnel investments after the zone is established, the benefits are predicated on future growth in the zone communities.
Most are defined benefit plans, although some are defined contribution plans.
The value of personal use is includible in employee income and subject to withholding, unless it is excludible as a de minimis fringe benefit.
What is this country coming to when some in Congress say veterans might need to pay for legal assistance in filing claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs for benefits they have earned as a result of their service and sacrifice for our nation?
Clifford isn't alone in seeing the opportunity In this article principals from large and small CPA firms with strong employee benefit plan (EBP) audit practices share niche-building tips.
Living on already modest incomes, they can ill afford benefit cuts--a subject Jones says the president is less eager to discuss.
Medicaid had originally offered a defined minimum benefit provided by all states involved.