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Synonyms for perquisite

Synonyms for perquisite

a material favor or gift, usually money, given in return for service

a privilege granted a person, as by virtue of birth

Synonyms for perquisite

an incidental benefit awarded for certain types of employment (especially if it is regarded as a right)

a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)

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He argued that cost allocations encourage subordinate managers to work in the best interest of the firm; rather than to pursue personal goals (e.g., motivate managers to reduce their expenditure on perquisites).
"In case of furnished accommodation, the value of the housing benefit is first calculated according to perquisite valuation rules and then 10 per cent of the actual cost of furniture owned and provided by the employer, or in case of hired furniture, actual charges paid by the employer is added to it," says Kuldip Kumar of PwC India.
Changes in the disclosure rules effective for fiscal years on or after December 15, 2006, allow a glimpse of the extent to which the tax gross-up is used as compared to better-known perquisites. The article first discusses the changes in how perquisites must be disclosed, then examines the descriptive statistics of the Fortune 500 companies that are also S&P 1500 companies and whose proxy statements were released between January 1, 2007, and June 30, 2007.
She is dressed in an inexpensive but stylish outfit, impeccably coordinated gloves, hat, shoes, and matching purse--the sole perquisite of her husband's hand-to-mouth pattern-cutting job in the ladies garment industry.
This was the logic of deploying the law in an assault on the industry's intricate structure of custom, perquisite and the wage.
It also has lost patience with minorities who, at the expense of others, have been getting perquisite after perquisite.
They said resolution of the lingering Kashmir issue is perquisite to world peace.
Eighty-two percent of the S&P 500 offered at least one type of perquisite to their CEOs, and 47% provided their CEOs at least three different types of perquisites.
When foreign technicians are deputed to India and their employer pays tax on their behalf, as well as contributes to the pension and social security benefits, would such amount be treated as a perquisite taxable in India?
London, Jan 02(ANI): Premier League's top football stars have attracted the interest of tax officials over enjoying secret perquisite's and benefits.
Under the SEC's new, broader definition of perquisites--with a revised, lower disclosure threshold of $10,000 instead of $50,000--companies must be sure to evaluate current policies and investigate ideas for restructuring or reducing reported perquisite values.
It also includes cash bonuses or incentives paid, long-term incentives granted, pension plans, profit--sharing plans, as well as any supplemental executive benefit and perquisite programs.
Institutional care was perceived as a social welfare perquisite, not as a form of punishment.
Some view as Must periodically a perquisite renegotiate