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Honorarium

An extra fee paid to a person or company who provides a service exceptionally well. An honorarium goes to a person who goes above and beyond the call of duty; it confers respect and honor on the person.
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Further, he continued, "The honoraria ban is unlikely to reduce significantly the number of appearances by high-ranking officials, as long as travel expense reimbursement for the speaker and one relative is available as an alternative form of renumeration ....
Despite the possibilities for wrongdoing presented by honoraria, the truth is that the great quid pro quo--for the case of a journalist who sold his soul for an honorarium--is pretty much a red herring.
" They said taxing the honoraria and allowances "destroys the spirit and intent of the ESRA, which is to compensate the hardships of persons rendering election service." Rep.
The newly-passed ordinance also provides that the honoraria may be increased upon the recommendation of the SK Federation supported by a resolution of the City Council and duly approved by the mayor if funds are available.
The DC shall be the Drawing and Disbursing Officer (DDO) and in that capacity he/she shall prepare annual budget demand on the sub-divisional committee for the honoraria to be incorporated in the district budget and the finance department will release and transfer the funds demanded in the budget to the District Account-IV.
Of course, individual contributions are nickel-anddime stuff compared to the PAC money and honoraria handed out by the media trade organizations.
"Teachers I who are supposed to be tax-exempt had their honoraria and allowances as electoral board members automatically deducted a five percent (5%) tax!" said ACT Secretary General Raymond Basilio.
Esra, or the Election Service Reform Act (RA 10756), currently provides for higher honoraria, additional travel allowance, service credits, legal-indemnification package, medical assistance and death benefit for teachers and personnel who will volunteer for poll services.
According to a notification, Nazim Tehsil and Town Council would get honoraria of Rs.30,000, telephone charges Rs.7000, entertainment allowance Rs.8000, fuel charges compatible 200 liters and travelling and daily allowance per day not exceeding five days a month only for out of district.
At its February meeting, NZNO's board of directors discussed the concerns Diane Penney raised in her letter, Why were honoraria raised?
The same tactics apply toward honoraria, thegifts organizations give legislators as "speaking fees.' One executive at an electric company says, "Many times candidates call us up and say, "I'd like to come by and see your plant.' That means "invite us to give a talk and pay us an honorarium,' and we usually do.' Rep.
Gatchalian, chairman of the Senate economic affairs committee, urged yesterday the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to exempt from withholding tax the honoraria and travel allowance to be given by the national government for their difficult role in the May 13, 2019, mid-term elections.