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Compensation

Payment for services rendered. One is due compensation when one has performed a service for an employer or client. Examples of compensation include wages, salaries, tips, fees, and commissions. Compensation is usually the primary component of an individual's tax liability. It is also called remuneration.

remuneration

the PAY or reward to workers and managers for their labour services, in the form of WAGES, SALARIES and bonuses.
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From this regulation it results the appreciation of the enterprise as an activity organized and systematically exercised by one or many persons, consisting of the production, management or alienation of goods or of service supply irrespective if it has a remunerative purpose or not.
The government also helps farmers by procuring tamar directly from them at remunerative prices.
He said that silk growers and reelers feel that heavy imports of Chinese silk at reduced import duty would pose a tough competition to local silk industry, leading to its collapse, as sericulture would no longer remain remunerative.
In fact, his hobby was not particularly remunerative, but it sure seems fun: By stealing jerseys, he snuck into the warm-ups for the 1979 NBA All Star Game; donned a uniform and wig, shaved his legs, and appeared briefly as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader; and came very close to accepting an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1985.
Because council services are alleged to be presently underfunded, will the newly Labour-controlled councils press the Coalition Government for a fairer and yet more remunerative system of local taxation to replace the present council tax that was brought in by the Tories?
The programme which will be launched at Karachchi - Uruthirapuram located in the Kilinochchi District and also in addition to the renovation of tanks and roads damaged and destroyed by the recent floods, will also include launching of the programme of providing employment opportunities for the people of the area to engage in these renovation work on a remunerative employment basis, and commencement of the harvesting season of Kilinochchi.
In an interview, Takashi Omura, director of project and export finance for HSBC Japan said that funding for state-backed projects was more remunerative for the bank.
Or they didn't reap the lucrative rewards of the porn industry and debase themselves in a more financially remunerative way?
Hick noted that Russia is exporting gas (with its lower emissions) to the most remunerative markets.
In return for cash donations, they guarantee not only guilt-free consciences for ourselves but also highly remunerative salaries and expense accounts for themselves.
In this charming little book Mr Hogwood tells the story of Haydn's visits to England in 1791-2 and 1794-5, visits that were both great successes and highly remunerative for the composer.
The bonds will pay established remunerative interest, based on the accumulative variation of 126.