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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Emissions reductions will not have ancillary benefits.
We suggest that a more accurate provincial impact analysis of GHG policy options would be based on a net present value framework that incorporates discounted costs and ancillary benefits over the time-frame of the program.
By positioning itself as a guinea pig of sorts, and putting up with all the implications of new product development, Grossmont got a system that was a precise fit for its security needs, and offered many ancillary benefits.
One of the most important co-benefits, or ancillary benefits, associated with GHG mitigation is fewer health effects due to local air pollution.
Doug Briscoe, president of Innovative Personnel Solutions, a PEO in Jeffersonville, says, "Most employers, including myself, try to put as much toward health insurance as we can, but want ancillary benefits as well.
Forced free trials can provide ancillary benefits as well as subscriptions.
It is more accurate to say the role of the middleman will change over time, focusing perhaps less on the core product being sold and more on the ancillary benefits that the vendor has to offer -- such as expert support and product information -- and aftermarket concerns, such as repairs and add-on sales.
According to Alex Brown Research, "The primary benefit to the paired and stapled REIT structure [is] the elimination of potential conflicts of interests, with ancillary benefits, including the elimination of "leakage," [and] the ability of the management team to be actively involved in property-level operations.
Aggressive builders are trying to entice prospective buyers to look at their products and to offer as competitive a package of either services, upgrades or other ancillary benefits," said Bill Jacobs, the Woodland Hills-based president of the California Mortgage Bankers Association.
The regulations provide only that the method of computing ancillary benefits must be consistent with the rest of the plan, not that the individual assumptions must be identical.
And they want to take advantage of ancillary benefits of microprocessor control, such as statistical process control (SPC) recordkeeping and instant recall of preprogrammed recipes.
Ancillary benefits will often tip the scale for a project that appears to be marginal financially.