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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However, according to agent Media's 2009 employee benefits survey, many agents are finding success by turning to ancillary benefits such as dental, vision, and accident/injury, as well as non-insurance products such as retirement plans.
Finally, there is an ancillary benefit. The life insurance is in force from the outset; thus, if the grantor dies during the GRAT's term, the insurance will be available in trust for the ILIT's beneficiaries.
TABLE 5 Potential Ancillary Benefits from GHG Mitigation Category Ancillary Benefit Description Improved Reduced mortality Reductions in associated local Health emissions (i.e.
Identification of this ancillary benefit on blood glucose control constitutes an important new observation, since fully one in four chronic angina patients also has diabetes, noted Dr.
As an ancillary benefit, the spike systems also will enable the USGS to re-measure the isotopic composition of atmospheric argon and calculate a new atomic weight for argon.
Davis wouldn't put so much cash on the line just to pique Diller, but one pundit says he might consider it "a really neat ancillary benefit."
The employer is able to continue to provide a basic medical program, and the employee is not forced to help subsidize all the ancillary benefit areas--formerly part of a comprehensive benefit package--in order to get the medical coverage they want most.
An ancillary benefit could be an increase in the number and quality of potential recruits who may be introduced to the military ethos in their formative years.
You believe that such a patient can still effectively communicate with the dentist about the patient's dental condition by speaking with the dentist or by viewing the x-ray with a magnifying glass." The ruling also stated that the general benefit of the equipment accrues to the dental practice and "to all patients with an ancillary benefit to the visually impaired individuals." Thus, the Service ruled that the equipment did not meet the credit's eligibility criteria.
This would also have the ancillary benefit of introducing more market discipline without unduly alarming core depositors.
First, let's consider the biggest danger point in a dental insurance plan--the "back room." Why is the back room relatively more important than in any other ancillary benefit product?
An ancillary benefit of this approach is the relief of pedestrian congestion attributed to the adjacent subway station and narrow sidewalks.