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DEFINITION of 'Remuneration'

Payment or compensation received for services or employment. This includes the base salary and any bonuses or other economic benefits that an employee or executive receives during employment.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Remuneration'

This term often refers to the total compensation received by an executive, which includes not only the base salary but options, bonuses, expense accounts and other forms of compensation.

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