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money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

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the final payment of a debt

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payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment

the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing

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An effective plan often leans on one of two debt payoff strategies: the snowball method and the avalanche method.
For Payoff, Alliant brings an ideal source of long-term, stable and aligned capital to support Payoff's mission of helping its members eliminate high-interest rate credit card debt.
Moreover, when the previous chief executive of Birmingham City Council left his job this February, the members of the city council were denied access to the details of the payoff.
The payoff time is the duration it takes for the net present value of all cash flows to add up to zero (or a positive value) [Tiet11].
Thus the payoff to the homeowner of seeking but not receiving a modification and then not defaulting is 0, while the payoff from defaulting is M - P - [alpha]D.
Findings--The authors illustrate how a team-based performance reward structure may lead to a coordinated equilibrium even when team managers and employees receive different payoffs and exhibit shading incentives based on the payoff differentials between them.
Ms Green's spokesman said last night the payoff "was based on her ability to turn around a failing company.
8220;Payoff has only recently moved to Orange County, and we're excited to put down our business roots here,” said Scott Saunders, Payoff Founder & CEO.
The issue of incentive compatibility of payoff mechanisms was addressed in literature sparked by a classic paper on the preference reversal phenomenon (Grether and Plon, American Economic Review, 1979).
8million in redundancy payoffs, despite knowing their jobs would end after the competition.
BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten has said he is shocked at how many senior staff were given hefty payoffs that breached the corporation's own guidelines.
The row came to a head after failed director general George Entwistle got a payoff of PS450,000 - double what he was entitled to - when he stepped down over the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.
Last month [August], we predicted that the payoff rate could improve in the coming months," stated Trepp's September Payoff Report.
The distinguishing characteristic of inequality aversion models is that utility is decreasing with the absolute (value of the) difference between one's own and others' material payoffs as well as increasing with one's own payoff.
The carry-trade strategy has an average annualized payoff of 4.