intangible benefits



Subjective benefits that cannot be measured in monetary terms. See also tangible benefits.

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  • Public relations, free press coverage, and overall promotion of a company's trade brand within any environment are some intangible benefits of activities such as community volunteerism and charitable donations of either money or goods.

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  • While I have not yet gotten any money for doing these tasks, rest assured that I have received numerous intangible benefits.

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  • There were some really good intangible benefits in the company, which is why I jumped at the opportunity to join.

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