cafeteria


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a restaurant where you serve yourself and pay a cashier

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A dead whale greeted students at the Shandong Industry and Commerce Institute in China when they arrived at the school cafeteria on Monday afternoon.
A cafeteria plan for benefits works in much the same way.
According to the cafeteria workers, they received no
What exactly is a cafeteria and does it remind us of anything?
Kushner argued that when owners of small businesses realize that they will not be able to benefit from cafeteria plans which they might want to offer to their employees, they simply lose interest.
A cafeteria plan allows participants to reduce their gross income, thereby reducing the amount they pay in federal, Social Security and some state taxes--a savings of between 25 percent and 40 percent of every $1 contributed to the plan.
Cafeteria plans help give employees an appreciation of the value of their benefit package.
Oki said it recovered 349 liters of used cooking oil from the cafeteria in March and produced 314 liters of biodiesel fuel to effectively reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 829 kilograms from the conventional level of diesel consumption.
Benefits experts agreed that, in most cases, the proposed regulations appear to restate the rules that cafeteria plans have already been following.
748, [section]1, the "cafeteria Catholic" may heartily agree: "I have the right to embrace and observe the truth which I have come to know," he may say.
723, the SIMPLE Cafeteria Plan Act of 2005, which would allow small businesses to provide nontaxable benefits, such as flexible spending accounts, to their employees.
The AICPA has endorsed the SIMPLE Cafeteria Plan Act of 2005 (S.723), which would allow small businesses to provide non-taxable benefits, such as flexible spending accounts, to their employees.
Multiculturalism has slightly lengthened the list of starchy, sugary foods kids will eat, but has not done much for diet diversity: almost every cafeteria I visited reported that pizza is the most popular meal and French fries are the most popular side dish.
As healthcare and childcare costs continue to climb, flexible spending accounts--or cafeteria plans--have been gaining in popularity.