for (one's) benefit

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for (one's) benefit

Largely (or solely) to help one. I hope you're not doing that for my benefit—I don't really have a preference at all. I only said that for your sister's benefit, so she won't worry. Honestly, I don't expect this situation to get better any time soon.
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for somebody’s ˈbenefit

especially in order to help or be useful to somebody: There’s no need to repeat everything for my benefit.I have produced some notes for the benefit of those people who weren’t at the meeting.
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* Clarifies the measurement date for benefit obligations.
* Active employees fully eligible for benefits (for example, those eligible active employees age 55 with at least 10 years of service and not yet retired).
Nonretirement plans may provide for benefits in other ways than through periodic payments.
This is not surprising, given the effect the FASB's OPEB project will have on the employer's accounting for benefit plans.
The VA will assist a veteran in completing and filing the relatively informal application for benefits. The VA takes the initiative to advance the claim forward through the appropriate procedural steps.
In the U.S., some states limit the number of applications a company can file for benefits. If a single business unit applies without communicating through a managed process, it could preclude several other business units in the same jurisdiction from accessing a program, cutting the overall benefit potential to the company.
However, there is no required offset for benefits accrued under a defined-benefit plan.
Focusing on general users and not reporting separate estimates for benefits related to teachers will reduce the number of survey completions required for reliable statistical inference by two-thirds.
There is no nondiscrimination requirement for benefits provided outside a section 125 cafeteria plan when employees do not have a cash alternative.
As long as the underlying disabling condition still technically qualities the claimant for benefits, a total of nine "trial work" months are available.
In response to these criticisms of the "no second chance" rule, the Treasury has attempted, on a prospective basis, to "clarify the requirements for using the special valuation rules."(7) Under this clarification, effective for benefits provided after 1992, satisfaction of any of the following four alternative preconditions is sufficient to permit employers and employees to use the special valuation rules:(8)
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It lets the organization model many strategic decisions, such as the impacts of different equity allocation methods, the use of third-party administrators for benefits programs and how the introduction of a new sales incentive plan will alter both a salesperson's income and company revenue.
To qualify for Medicaid benefits, an individual must fall into one of the categories eligible for benefits (e.g., be institutionalized) and must meet strict income and asset limits.