Equivalent Annual Benefit

Business / Finance / Equivalent Annual Benefit: The amount per year for some number of years that has a present value equal to a given amount.

Other Words for Benefit

Benefit Noun Synonyms: advantage, profit, good, sake, gain, aid, help, service
Benefit Verb Synonyms: improve, aid, help, better, promote, further, advance, forward

Other Words for Equivalent

Equivalent Adjective Synonyms: tantamount, commensurate, alike, similar, close, comparable, corresponding, interchangeable, equal, synonymous, of a piece or a kind
Equivalent Noun Synonyms: match, equal, peer, counterpart, twin

Flat Benefit Formula

Business / Finance / Flat Benefit Formula: Convertibles: Earning interest on the date of payment only. General: Having neither a short nor a long position in a stock. Clean. Market: Characterized by horizontal price movement, usually the resul MORE

Flexible Benefit Plan

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Flexible Benefit Plan: A benefit program regulated under IRC 125 that offers employees a choice between permissible taxable benefits (including cash) and nontaxable benefits such as life and health insurance, vacations, ret MORE

Fixed Income Equivalent

Business / Finance / Fixed Income Equivalent: A country's decision to tie the value of its currency to another country's currency, gold (or another commodity), or a basket of currencies. MORE

Fixed Benefits

Business / Finance / Fixed Benefits: The ratio of net Property, Plant and Equipment book value to tangible equity, used as a type of efficiency ratio. Typical values for this ratio vary from one industry to another. Higher values for the MORE

Extension Of Benefits

Health / Dentistry / Extension Of Benefits: When a person's coverage is extended under certain conditions, such as disability, after their group health coverage would otherwise have ended. MORE

Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHBP)

Health / Health Insurance / Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHBP): A voluntary health insurance program administered by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) for federal employees, retirees, and their dependents and survivors. MORE