directors' emoluments


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  • directors' remuneration — directors emoluments The amounts received by directors from their office or employment, including all salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, and other profit as well as certain expenses and benefits paid or provided by the employer, which are deemed …   Accounting dictionary

  • directors' remuneration — directors emoluments The amounts received by directors from their office or employment, including all salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, and other profit as well as certain expenses and benefits paid or provided by the employer, which are deemed …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • emoluments — Amounts received from an office or employment including all salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, and other profits as well as certain expenses and benefits paid or provided by the employer, which are deemed to be emoluments. See also: directors… …   Accounting dictionary

  • emoluments — Amounts received from an office or employment including all salaries, fees, wages, perquisites, and other profits as well as certain expenses and benefits paid or provided by the employer, which are deemed to be emoluments. See also directors… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • emoluments — /ɪ mɒljυmənts/ plural noun pay, salary or fees, or the earnings of directors who are not employees (NOTE: US English uses the singular emolument.) …   Dictionary of banking and finance

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  • emolument — e‧mol‧u‧ment [ɪˈmɒljmənt ǁ ɪˈmɑːl ] 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… …   Financial and business terms

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