1. Is a measurable improvement resulting from an outcome, which contributes to one or more of AFSA's goals; and is perceived to be an advantage by one or more stakeholders.
2. In a bankruptcy context, a bankrupt might derive a non-cash benefit that may be income for contributions purposes. The benefit could be from any of a number of sources, including loans, fringe benefits or moneys paid to third parties as a result of exertion by a bankrupt. These types of benefits are included when calculating the bankrupt's income in order to determine his or her income contribution liability.