benefit from (something)

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benefit from (something)

To gain from a particular experience, change, or occurrence. We will all benefit from moving to a warmer, sunnier climate. You may hate it now, but I guarantee you will benefit from your time as an intern.
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CPAs also must help companies make the necessary tax accounting adjustments to properly track the tax benefits from stock-based compensation.
Today, more than 3 million kids under the age of 18 receive benefits from Social Security--a government program that many people think supports only retirees.
A post-launch assessment can efficiently establish and document the compliance procedures needed to receive annual benefits from every agency.
Politicians, taxpayers, and major donors care about how much the public benefits from the resources provided to libraries, not how many volumes circulated during the last month.
The team modeled health benefits from the hypothetical installation of BACT at five older power plants located within a 50-mile radius of Washington, D.C.
Converting benefits from a traditional pension plan to a cash-balance plan was simple.
Although the trustee of the VEBA was authorized to provide post-retirement medical and life insurance benefits from the trust, most of the $35 million and $40 million contributions were not used for that purpose.
So, in one form or another, do farmers, veterans, homeowners, civil servants -nearly every American, in fact, is entitled today to a plethora of social benefits from government as a matter of "earned right." Indeed, our sense of entitlement has become so strong that in the last 15 years the noun "entitlement" has evolved to describe the social benefits Americans feel their government owes them.
Owners, officers, and highly compensated employees cannot exclude most fringe benefits from their gross incomes unless the benefits are available on substantially the same basis to a "group" of employees that has been designated under a "reasonable" nondiscriminatory classification determined by the employer.
Flores was seriously injured at work in October 2000 and received workers' compensation benefits from November 2000 through 2002.
Persons subject to estate recovery: Under Section 1396p(b)(1), states must attempt to recover benefits from the recipient's estate or front the sale of property subject to a Medicaid lien (discussed below) if the recipient falls into one of the following groups:
The benefits from the combination of plans are more than sufficient at appreciable service levels to provide retirement income in combination with Social Security that preserves the pre-retirement standard of living and more.
The Supreme Court clearly focused on the benefits of the transaction as a whole in determining the benefits from the expenditures.
Workers choosing to contribute to personal accounts would receive benefits from their private accounts plus traditional benefits, offset in proportion to the amount redirected to personal accounts.
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