Gross compensation definition

Gross compensation means every form of remuneration payable for a given
Gross compensation. ’ means gross wages and benefits paid to or on behalf of employees receiving wages.

Examples of Gross compensation in a sentence

  • The Service Fee is the sum of 25% inclusive of VAT of the Gross Compensation.

  • In the circumstances where a Respondent pays You directly or deducts Gross Compensation from your outstanding debt obligation to it (whether in full or in part), you must pay the Service Fee without undue delay.


More Definitions of Gross compensation

Gross compensation means the total amount of a Participant's Compensation, including advisory service fees, but excluding compensation earned on the sales of certain insurance products through H.D. Vest Insurance Services, unreduced by any amount.
Gross compensation means wages, as defined in Section 2385.1 of Title 68 of the Oklahoma Statutes, and benefits paid on behalf of employees receiving wages;
Gross compensation means all consideration received by Licensee and Affiliates from third parties for the manufacture, sale, commercialization, and/or sublicensing of the Licensed Patent Rights, the Technology and the Sublicensed Technology. Gross Compensation shall include:
Gross compensation means all income of any kind derived from any of your activities (whether entered into prior to our representation of you), without the deduction of any cost or expense incurred by you.
Gross compensation means Basic Compensation paid by the University to a Participant during a Plan Year plus additional or supplementary earnings, as described in the attached Appendix A. For purposes of this Section, the provisions of subsections (a) through (c) of Section 2.5 shall be applied by substituting “Gross Compensation” for “Basic Compensation” in each place it appears.
Gross compensation means, generally, your Basic Compensation plus additional or supplementary earnings. Your Gross Compensation is used for purposes of computing your Employee Contributions as further described in the Employee Contributions Section.