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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More employers are offering ancillary benefit plans, including hospital indemnity coverage, as a way to add financial certainty for employees, especially with more than 80 percent of employers now offering consumer-directed health plans.
Brokers are recommending ancillary benefits, and employees feel many ancillary coverages are "must-haves"--but employers aren't delivering.
C4HCO is not the only exchange looking at the ancillary benefits market.
Here is the good news about cross selling ancillary benefits, like dental and vision.
Knoll helped the agency reach $ 10 million in sales by putting the emphasis on explaining the value and return on ancillary benefits first and discussing health insurance at the end of the consultation.
Justice Noor-ul-Haq Qureshi of the Islamabad High Court (IHC), following preliminary arguments, has issued orders to the management of premier news agency APP to settle the unresolved issues raised by its 43 reinstated employees seeking financial compensation, pay fixation and other ancillary benefits granted to them under Sacked Employees Reinstatement Act 2010 and as duly directed by the Cabinet Division and inform the court within time period of one month.
We think this field can have great ancillary benefits for the Irish economy.
It doesn't matter what the principal goal is, or why cities pursue sustainability, because the ancillary benefits will follow.
And reader BARRY JOHNSON touts the ancillary benefits of Florida's approach: "I live in a city that is an 'attractor' of the creative class, a city that Florida mentions frequently in his books.
In addition, green infrastructure solutions that mimic the natural environment can be used to address stormwater flows at a lower cost while providing the ancillary benefits of providing habitat, recharging aquifers, and enhancing water quality.
The Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs Subcommittee conducted a hearing on July 23 to examine ancillary benefits and veterans' quality-of-life issues, including Special Monthly Compensation (SMC)--payments for "quality of life" issues--and aid and attendance (A&A) benefits.
Limiting emissions will produce ancillary benefits, for example, reducing economic damages caused by other air pollutants such as sulfates and fine particles.