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bonus

noun additive, benefit, boni, boon, bounty, donation, extra, gift, gratuity, honorarium, incentive, perquisites, pourboire, premium, prime, reward, something over and above, surplus, surplusage, tip
Associated concepts: bonus stock
See also: benefit, bounty, commission, contribution, donation, fee, gift, gratuity, largess, perquisite, premium, present, prize, reward, sterling, surplus, tip

BONUS, contrads. A premium paid to a grantor or vendor; as, e. g. the bank paid a bonus to the state for its charter. A consideration given for what is received.

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Priority Club members will earn 30,000 bonus points (or 6,000 Delta miles) after every second qualifying stay at InterContinental hotels in Boston, Baltimore, New York and Washington, D.
which has decided to limit this year's bonus to a level equivalent to 3.
Stobaugh received a $150,000 bonus -- double his bonus in 2000 -- in addition to his $240,006 salary.
EVA Bonus = Salary x Target Incentive x CPF / 2 + Salary x Target Incentive x DPF / 2
Finally, use the bonus to start investing for yourself, if you haven't already.
Employees of the marketing companies and production units outside Europe have different bonus systems.
To earn the bonus, Rapid Rewards members must also be Returns members and request triple credits at check-in in lieu of Returns points.
The resurfacing is a capitalized land improvement eligible for bonus depreciation if the improvements were made before 2005.
The survey of 1,000 UAE residents also found Arab expats are the most likely to use their bonus to settle debt (45 per cent) or pay bills (19 per cent), with Western expats the least likely to settle debt (32 per cent) or pay bills (nine per cent).
This means that if performance targets are met, NR chief executive Mark Carne who is on PS675,000 a year, could get an annual bonus of up to PS135,000.
In most circumstances, the optimal outcome is for the employer to deduct the bonus in the year it is earned, rather than the year it is paid.
Commercial and retail bankers will get bonuses in a range of flat to up 5% but fixed-income traders are likely to face bonus cuts.