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  1. The $1M Question: What to Do With a Windfall?

    If you're on the receiving end of a $1M windfall, what would you do with it? Here's ...
  2. Wealthy Execs Face Tougher Curbs on Bonuses

    The ways of amassing wealth on Wall Street are about to change, thanks to new federal ...
  3. 3 Reasons Businesses Give Bonuses to Poor Performers

    Learn more how bonuses paid to poorly-performing employees affect a company and why ...
  4. 5 Ways to Create a Bonus Structure for Your Small ...

    Understand what goes into a good small business bonus structure. Learn about how ...
  5. More Bonuses And Fewer Raises Affect Workers

    Companies are increasingly replacing salary increases with bonuses, much to the detriment ...
  6. Pages From The Bad CEO Playbook

    Excess compensation, golden parachutes, tunneling and IPO spinning make these bad ...
  1. What types of companies usually offer fringe benefits?

    Learn what types and sizes of companies typically offer fringe benefits to employees in an effort to recruit as well as retain ...
  2. Are part-time employees eligible for fringe benefits?

    Learn how offering fringe benefits allows employers to entice new talent to join their teams, although part-time workers ...
  3. How do fringe benefits help increase employee retention?

    Offering fringe benefits can be a valuable retention tool for employers wanting to maintain a high-quality, highly productive ...
  4. How are an employee's fringe benefits taxed?

    Discover how receiving fringe benefits can increase total compensation for employees and how it is important to understand ...
Hot Definitions
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    A three-month period on a financial calendar that acts as a basis for the reporting of earnings and the paying of dividends.
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    A type of metric that compares the risk of an unlevered company to the risk of the market. The unlevered beta is the beta ...
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