travel allowance


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Noun1.travel allowance - a sum allowed for traveltravel allowance - a sum allowed for travel    
allowance - a sum granted as reimbursement for expenses
mileage - a travel allowance at a given rate per mile traveled
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'Besides, Rs20 per kilometre is given to those MPAs travelling to Karachi from various districts as travel allowance. All this is beside the monthly consolidated salary of each MPA, which stands at Rs147,000.'
Records showed that in October 2006, Abines received a check amounting to P12,500 for his travel allowance.
Speculation is these changes will save current taxpayers money in the medium-to-long term as they will not have to completely cover the cost of the free travel allowance.
In case of leave travel allowance, the exemption is granted only if the employee has travelled within India at the time of taking leave.
Gatchalian, chairman of the Senate economic affairs committee, urged yesterday the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) to exempt from withholding tax the honoraria and travel allowance to be given by the national government for their difficult role in the May 13, 2019, mid-term elections.
They will also receive an additional P1,000 travel allowance.
The hotel workers will also benefit from a medical scheme, leave allowance, travel allowance, gratuity and welfare benefits.
Remuneration and compensation for meeting expenses shall be EUR300 per meeting as meeting compensation; EUR300m for meeting and proceeding dates as compensation for loss of working time; fee of EUR4,700 per month for the chairman of the board of directors; fee of EUR2,500 per month for the deputy chairman; fee of EUR2,000 per month for a member of the board of directors and travel allowance according to the company's travel policy.
Similarly, customers requiring foreign exchange for invisibles such as tuition fees, medical payments and Basic Travel Allowance (BTA), among others, were also allocated the sum of $55 million.
Esra, or the Election Service Reform Act (RA 10756), currently provides for higher honoraria, additional travel allowance, service credits, legal-indemnification package, medical assistance and death benefit for teachers and personnel who will volunteer for poll services.
The government has allocated Rs725.9 million as service allowance of the ECP employees, of which Rs 545 million has been allocated as regular allowance while Rs180 million as travel allowance.
The travel allowance of ministers has been increased from Rs 10 to Rs 15 per km.

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