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honorarium

A sum of money given to a person of importance to thank the person for her or his time and trouble
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"The ban imposes a far more significant burden on respondents than on the relatively small group of lawmakers whose past receipt of honoraria motivated its enactment."
Just a few months after defending himself on honoraria, Kondracke wrote a story in which he criticized Lloyd Bentsen for wanting to charge business lobbyists $10,000 a head to have breakfast with him--a perfectly legal activity, although one that would have created apparent conflicts of interest.
Although teachers were supposed to get tax refunds if the honoraria did not exceed the allowable tax exemptions for the year, ACT said it has received reports of its members not receiving their refunds yet.
At present, only the SK chairpersons are receiving honoraria but the city administration intends to provide honoraria to the other elected and appointed SK officials in recognition of their service and participation to local governance.
The student nurses have thanked the DC for taking prompt action for the disbursement of three months honoraria and hoped that the payment of the remaining months would also be paid to them shortly.
The K-P Auqaf minister Habibur Rehman told The Express Tribune that they will pay the Pesh-Imams their March honoraria in April and it got delayed due to technical and legal formalities needed.
Media corporations-whose holdings include not only newspapers but television and radio stations, magazines, and billboards-peddle their influence with familiar tools: PACS, honoraria, junkets, and revolving-door lobbyists.
Earlier, the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) reiterated its call to scrap poll service tax altogether noting that the claim of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) that poll service honoraria and allowances of teachers with an annual income of below Php250,000 are tax-exempt "is not the reality on the ground."
Teachers' election duty honoraria and benefits should be released to them without tax deduction, said Belaro, who authored House Bill No.
It also increases honoraria for board of election inspector (BEI) and their support staff.
'Prior to the effectivity of Esra, no poll honoraria were ever subjected to income tax.
'The first step was start of the honoraria to the prayer leaders of mosques throughout the province,' he said, adding that government had done effective legislations to make right the direction of public sector institutions so that they could deliver in consonance with the people aspirations.