Businesses usually have every intention of optimizing incentives
and adhering to the rules for obtaining incentive
Boards must consider all the incentives
tools at their disposal--and not simply take the path of least resistance.
This statement is true even if the enclosed incentive
is smaller than the reward promised (Goyder, 1994; Hopkins & Gullickson, 1992).
category that tends to trouble environmentalists is "open market" emissions trading, which is a scheme developed by the EPA in 1995.
This recommendation makes the SSDI work incentive
similar to incentives
in the SSI program, because it provides a gradual ramp rather than a sudden drop of the SSDI program.
The Tax and Incentives
Model uses the hypothetical firm method to assess the incentive
What level of ROI is being achieved by health & wellness incentive
The company's energy specialists will identify specific projects that may reduce electric load and qualify for incentive
Although this Court invalidated the state tax incentives
in Boston Stock Exchange and the other cited cases, in each case it affirmed the ability of the states to foster economic growth within their borders.
Typically, business-related decisions outweigh incentive
decisions up front," Heerman says, but incentives
do come into play early in the process--everything from tax abatements and job training credits to performance-based cash incentives
Currently, many states, from Kansas to the east coast, are providing a broader range of highly flexible economic incentive
tools designed to have 'real time' influence on business decisions.
In a decentralized process, however, those corporate officers may not recognize the aggregate value of incentives
and may not be aware that, in total, they meet a level of significance and have associated risk (such as not acknowledging the potential repayment requirement for non-performance of incentive