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Long Term Incentive

A long-term incentive (LTI) is a type of variable compensation that is awarded to employees in the present, but is paid out over time — usually after a year at least, although the average duration is between two to five years. Examples of long-term incentives include stock options, cash, 401(k) Learn more

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