accrue benefits

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  • accrue — ac‧crue [əˈkruː] verb [intransitive, transitive] formal ACCOUNTING 1. if an amount of money accrues, or is accrued, it gradually increases over a period of time: • The tax falls due at the end of the month, and interest will accrue from that date …   Financial and business terms

  • accrue — ► VERB (accrues, accrued, accruing) 1) (of a benefit or sum of money) be received in regular or increasing amounts. 2) accumulate or receive (payments or benefits). DERIVATIVES accrual noun. ORIGIN Old French acreistre in …   English terms dictionary

  • accrue — [[t]əkru͟ː[/t]] accrues, accruing, accrued 1) V ERG If money or interest accrues, it gradually increases in amount over a period of time. [TECHNICAL] [V ed] I owed ₤5,000 part of this was accrued interest... While they may use a credit card for… …   English dictionary

  • accrue — ac|crue [əˈkru:] v [I and T] [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: Probably from Old French acreue increase , from acreistre to increase , from Latin accrescere; ACCRETION] 1.) if advantages accrue to you, you get those advantages over a period of time… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • accrue — UK [əˈkruː] / US [əˈkru] verb Word forms accrue : present tense I/you/we/they accrue he/she/it accrues present participle accruing past tense accrued past participle accrued formal 1) [intransitive/transitive] business if money accrues or is… …   English dictionary

  • accrue — ac|crue [ ə kru ] verb FORMAL 1. ) intransitive or transitive if money accrues or is accrued, it gradually increases in amount: The interest has continued to accrue. 2. ) intransitive accrue to if benefits and advantages accrue to you, you… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • accrue — verb (I, T) formal 1 if advantages accrue to you, you get those advantages over a period of time: tax benefits that accrue to investors 2 if money accrues or is accrued, it gradually increases over a period of time: The accrued interest will be… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • accrue — verb 1) financial benefits will accrue from restructuring Syn: result from, arise from, follow from, ensue from; be caused by, attend 2) interest is added to the account as it accrues Syn: accumulate, collect, build up, mount up …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Retirement Insurance Benefits — (abbreviated RIB [ [] ] ) or Old age Insurance Benefits [ [ Home/ssact/title02/0202.htm Social Security Act Title II § 202] ] are a form of social insurance… …   Wikipedia

  • Community Benefits Agreement — A Community Benefits Agreement ( CBA ) in the USA is a contract signed by community groups and a real estate developer that requires the developer to provide specific amenities and/or mitigations to the local community or neighborhood. In… …   Wikipedia

  • Accrued Benefits — Coverage earned by an employee on a pension plan, based on years of service with an employer. Accrued benefits may include vacation, sick or personal time off, or other related benefits. Employees who are laid off, retire or are fired must… …   Investment dictionary

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