percentage compensation

See: commission, fee
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Banking CFOs had the highest percentage compensation increase among CFOs and CEOs among seven different industries analyzed by BDO.
Detailed analyses of the changes to the Stark regulations implemented in the 2009 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) regulations, including the modifications to the critical definition of "entity" so as to preclude most "under arrangements" relationships with physician-owned companies, restrictions on the ability to use per click or percentage compensation in certain cases, the newly defined concept of the "period of disallowance," and the changes to the "stand in the shoes" concept, among others
The Senate bill actually raised the percentage compensation attorneys could get to 25 percent of the first $5,000, 20 percent of the next $5,000 and 15 percent on any amount above that, Gonzalez said.
Potential problems could result, however, if the employer designs a plan with a high fixed percentage compensation reduction amount, because the ruling approved only a 3% deferral.
Starting at a lower base, CEOs of the smaller companies in the study saw larger percentage compensation increases.
The presence of a percentage compensation arrangement will destroy an organization's exemption if it transforms the principal activity of the organization into a joint venture between it and a group of physicians or is merely a device for distributing profits to persons in control.
Among the 18 different types of management positions surveyed, there was variety among percentage compensation increases, with changes from -15% to 18%.