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emolument

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishemolumente‧mol‧u‧ment /ɪˈmɒljəmənt $ ɪˈmɑːl-/ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 formalPAY FOR money or another form of payment for work you have done syn remuneration
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emolumentThis can come from current emoluments or some other source.In addition the notes to the accounts need not include the directors' emoluments.This general approach to efficient emolument packages is markedly absent from the reward structures of public sector companies.His full emoluments for services rendered to the three companies are paid by S1.Secondly there is the mechanism which determines top management emoluments, implicit in which is their incentive structure.The managerial emolument and incentives discussion in section 3.3 starts in general terms and then moves to questions of alternative institutional structures.Special emoluments or other benefits paid at the time of the transaction.
From Longman Business Dictionaryemolumente‧mol‧u‧ment /ɪˈmɒljəməntɪˈmɑːl-/ noun [countable usually plural] formal money and any other form of payment that someone, especially a lawyer, doctor, accountant etc, gets for the work that they do. The money earned by company directors who are not employees of the companies concerned can also be referred to as emolumentsHis pay was described as ‘director emoluments’ and he paid tax as a self-employed person.
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