Ancillary Benefit


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Ancillary Benefit

Any extra profit or other benefit involved in a transaction but not directly related to it. For example, one may earn a salary through one's company and also keep the frequent flyer miles one earns on the company credit card. In this case, the frequent flyer miles are ancillary benefits.
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Founded in 1910, ELH provides group ancillary benefit insurance products to customers in 16 states, distributed through independent insurance agencies.
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If the employment and self-employment activities are similar in nature, expenses relating to the self-employment activity, but which also may provide an ancillary benefit to the employment activity (such as trade journals and unreimbursed continuing education), may be deducted on the Schedule C as a business expense.