incidental profits

See: perquisite
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Racing's argument is based on the conviction that the sport's value to bookmakers is not adequately reflected in their levy contributions, and that, since a majority of gaming machine users allegedly go into betting shops primarily to bet on British racing, racing is entitled to a share of the incidental profits from machines.
According to the National Executive Compensation Survey, which gathers information on the cash compensation of executives, as well as a variety of benefits and perquisites (or incidental profits), the total change in median salaries (the midway point between the lowest salary and the highest salary) for the 33 primary upper management positions in manufacturing was less than a 1% increase between 2004 and 2005.