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Financial Incentive

An incentive to do something because it is less expensive than not doing so. For example, a company may have a financial incentive to open a factory in Town A instead of Town B because Town A's property taxes are lower.
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com/financial-incentives-to-quit-smoking-successful-2017-3) Business Insider , financial incentives for those struggling with addictions took off in the early 1990's.
The project will also be eligible for state and federal tax and financial incentives, including SRECs (Solar Renewable Energy Certificates), which are financial incentives based on the amount of solar energy the system generates.
While most workers say they participate in these programs to improve their health, financial incentives are very effective at getting workers in the door," notes Paul Fronstin, director of EBRI's Health Research and Education Program, in Washington, D.
Muammar Khalid Al Katheeri, executive vice president of engineering at DSO, told 7DAYS that the government body is "in talks" with various authorities about financial incentives.
The scheme will offer 34 properties, including a selection of terraced, semi-detached and detached modern styles, which will be available to buy with the housebuilder's financial incentives.
Financial incentives included an additional monthly monetary award that was over and above the nurse's base salary.
RESEARCH has shown that financial incentives are the best way to get people to give up smoking.
Jim Warren: After reading the Wall Street Journal and the comments/reactions that came in and proposals on how to address the issues of financial incentives, where do you see this issue heading?
Investors are anxiously awaiting decisions of the Federal Reserve Bank, expected to cut down financial incentives by USD ten billion to reach USD 65 billion, amid doubts regarding the effects of such decisions on the American economy.
To address the lack of utilization and quality of maternal health services, many countries have recently used financial incentives (FIs).
These strategies are based on the belief that because the payoffs to education may be too far in the future to motivate some students, financial incentives that make the payoffs more immediate may be warranted.
Washington, March 8 ( ANI ): People who received financial incentives were more likely to stick with a weight loss program and lost more weight than those who received no incentives, according to Mayo Clinic research.

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