Translation of emoluments in Spanish:

emoluments

emolumentos, n.

Pronunciation /ɪˈmɒljʊm(ə)nts/

plural noun

formal
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    emolumentos masculine formal
    honorarios masculine
    • In this context remuneration means basic pay for the year in question plus the average of any fluctuating emoluments (eg bonuses, overtime payments, profits from share options) over a suitable period - usually three years or more
    • He said growth was only boosted by a significant expansion in government value added, resulting mainly from increased personnel emoluments due to the recent increases in the salaries of civil servants.
    • The four directors of the company received dividends and directors' emoluments of €200,000 and €850,000 respectively.
    • Directors emoluments for the year were €132,150.
    • We have then applied reasonable costs to the running of the Centre, but have excluded Directors' emoluments, bank interest charges and pension fund contributions.
    • A payment made to an employee on the termination of his employment is fully taxable unless it is compensation for a change in the functions or emoluments, or for the total loss of the employment.
    • The reference to emoluments has been misunderstood as four times salary, when in fact it's much more.
    • The most surprising absence arises from the statement that ‘no performance related emoluments were paid to any director.’
    • Regulation 4 applies where a person to whom Regulation 3 applies suffers a reduction in emoluments in employment by reason of the injury or disease.
    • Remuneration as per the income tax act includes among other, any salary, leave pay, allowance, wage, overtime pay, bonus, gratuity, commission, fee, emoluments or pension.
    • Let the police deal with crime, that is why taxpayers provide their salaries and emoluments.
    • Alternatively, he must, with the same alacrity, forego the emoluments, protection and perks of his exalted office and resume life at ground zero along with normal, endangered citizens.
    • As an employer, you will have a responsibility to provide details of benefits, noncash emoluments and payments not subjected to tax.
    • Pensionable Salary is defined under the said Rules as basic salary or wages together with (inter alia) any fluctuating emoluments received during the previous Scheme Year.
    • The degree of PhD, as I remember, is conferred on us with all the perquisites and emoluments pertaining thereto.
    • Look closely and you will see that in all the States and at the Centre, the perks and emoluments for these politicians and bureaucrats have spiralled up.
    • After the conclave certain honorary distinctions and pecuniary emoluments are awarded to the conclavists.
    • The Chairman accepted my plea and ordered the deduction of daily allowance from my emoluments.