Fringe benefitsBenefits to employees additional to salary. Typical examples would be company cars, expense accounts and private medical insurance which in the USA are not normally taxable. However they would be liable for tax in the UK.
Living benefitsLiving benefits
Life insurance benefits from which the insured can draw cash while still living, usually in the case of some high-cost illness.
Accrued benefitsAccrued benefits
Benefits earned by an employee in respect of his/her pension based on years of service with his/her employer.
Social Security benefitsSocial Security benefits
Monthly government payments to retired workers or their families who have paid Social Security taxes for a total of 40 quarters or 10 years.
Indirect diversification benefitsIndirect diversification benefits
Diversification benefits provided by the multinational corporation that are not available to investors through their portfolio investment.
Incremental costs and benefitsIncremental costs and benefits
Costs and benefits that would occur if a particular course of action is taken, compared to those that would have obtained if that course of action had not been taken.
Further SuggestionsBenefits Agency
benefits in kind
unfunded unapproved retirement benefits scheme