honorarium

(redirected from honorariums)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial.

honorarium

a fee paid for a nominally free service
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
References in periodicals archive ?
ACT's first proposed amendment, which would declare the honorarium tax-free, was not an issue during the crafting of the Esra because the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) only decided last year to begin imposing the 5-percent charge.
The senator said it is high-time the government considers granting them the same rights and privileges of state workers and not just be given a meager allowance or honorarium.
The Ministry of Finance paid Rs251.2 million in budget honorariums to its officials as reward for late sittings in order to prepare budget documents for fiscal year 2016-17, according to an audit objection that the AGP raised in its latest audit report.
Moreover, the finance division will provide funds to ministries for payment of honorariums, if required.
Honorariums for all members of council totaled $244,594.63 plus $30,122.08 in handbacks; $20,819.80 in benefits and $40,181.09 in expenses.
The proposed honorarium for the retired officials could range from ` 15,000 to ` 75,000 per case, according to their seniority.
The tuition payments of students are fees or honorariums not payments for a product, and the funds paid to teachers should also be thought of and termed honorariums, not salaries.
PACs, Socials, Honorariums and Tax Programs for Legislators
The PM has ordered the issuance of the honorariums for the federal government employees in his capacity as chairman Economic Coordination Committee (ECC).
Special honors are received with the various awards, such as monetary honorariums, engraved plaques and recognition at an awards banquet held in honor of the recipients.
An increasingly important example is the honorarium payment: additional compensation made to the representative plaintiffs of a class action in the event of a successful outcome.