perquisite


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perquisite

an incidental benefit gained from a certain type of employment, such as the use of a company car
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It was enough to drive Rabourdin out of the service; but how could he give up his salary of eight thousand francs and perquisites, when they constituted three fourths of his income and his household was accustomed to spend them?
Therefore, the perquisite pertaining to the stock option would be taxable in India on proportionate basis.
this Sacramento-based newspaper publisher said recently that company car and club membership perquisites for executives would end in 2007.
The CBDT notification states that the value of the perquisite will be 15 per cent of the salary in cities having a population exceeding 25 lakh and 10 per cent in those with a population between 10 to 25 lakh.
Apart from my salary and perquisites, they will pay for the corporate membership of a golf club, which I will be able to use.
Hence, you will have to pay tax at the rate of thirty per cent on taxable income over Rs1 million on the aggregate of the salary, the taxable allowances, if any, and the perquisite value for the residential accommodation and the furniture provided as mentioned above.
The salary for this purpose of calculating the 15 per cent perquisite value would include the pay, allowances, bonus or commission, as well as any other monetary payment.
Olympic champion and model Lisa Leslie, soon to be a player for the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks, told Seventeen magazine that her favorite perquisite is getting to have a floor seat to watch her male counterparts in the NBA.
It would be a pity if democracy has become the perquisite of the privileged.