Living benefitsLife insurance benefits from which the insured can draw cash while still living, usually in the case of some high-cost illness.
Benefits in kindBenefits in kind
These are benefits, excluding salaries, given to employees which include cars and car fuel, medical insurance and gifts etc. and which are taxed as employment income.
Benefits AgencyBenefits Agency
An executive agency within the DSS (Department of Social Security), the Benefits Agency was replaced by Jobcentre Plus in April 2002. Jobcentre Plus issues benefits to those of a working age, and helps the unemployed to find a job.http://www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk
Accrued benefitsAccrued benefits
Benefits earned by an employee in respect of his/her pension based on years of service with his/her employer.
Fringe benefitsFringe benefits
Benefits 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.
Indirect diversification benefitsIndirect diversification benefits
Diversification benefits provided by the multinational corporation that are not available to investors through their portfolio investment.
Further SuggestionsIncremental costs and benefits
unfunded unapproved retirement benefits scheme
Social Security benefits