- Accrued Benefit
- Post-Retirement Benefits
- Pre-Retirement Death Benefit
- Deferred Retirement
- Change in Control Benefit
- Retirement Benefit
- Tax-Deferred Earnings
- Normal Retirement Benefit
- Deferred Compensation Account
- Covered Benefits
Related to Your Deferred Vested Benefit
Accrued Benefit An employee who has an accrued benefit under the Financial Security Plan shall retain such accrued benefit under the Plan subject to the current provisions of the Plan.(Video) 9 Benefits Of Establishing A Family Foundation
Post-Retirement Benefits The present value of the expected cost of post-retirement medical and insurance benefits payable by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries to its employees and former employees, as estimated by the Borrower in accordance with procedures and assumptions deemed reasonable by the Required Lenders is zero.
Pre-Retirement Death Benefit 4.1 (a) Normal form of payment. If (i) the Director dies while employed by the Bank, and (ii) the Director has not made a Timely Election to receive a lump sum benefit, this Subsection 4.1(a) shall be controlling with respect to pre-retirement death benefits. The balance of the Director=s Retirement Income Trust Fund, measured as of the later of (i) the Director=s death, or (ii) the date any final lump sum Contribution is made pursuant to Subsection 2.1(b), shall be annuitized (using the Interest Factor) into monthly installments and shall be payable for the Payout Period. Such benefits shall commence within thirty (30) days of the date the Administrator receives notice of the Director=s death. Should Retirement Income Trust Fund assets actually earn a rate of return, following the date such balance is annuitized, which is less than the rate of return used to annuitize the Retirement Income Trust Fund, no additional contributions to the Retirement Income Trust Fund shall be required by the Bank in order to fund the final benefit payment(s) and make up for any shortage attributable to the less-than-expected rate of return. Should Retirement Income Trust Fund assets actually earn a rate of return, following the date such balance is annuitized, which is greater than the rate of return used to annuitize the Retirement Income Trust Fund, the final benefit payment to the Director=s Beneficiary shall distribute the excess amounts attributable to the greater-than-expected rate of return. The Director=s Beneficiary may request to receive the unpaid balance of the Director=s Retirement Income Trust Fund in a lump sum payment. If a lump sum payment is requested by the Beneficiary, payment of the balance of the Retirement Income Trust Fund in such lump sum form shall be made only if the Director=s Beneficiary notifies both the Administrator and trustee in writing of such election within ninety (90) days of the Director=s death. Such lump sum payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of such notice. The Director=s Accrued Benefit Account (if applicable), measured as of the later of (i) the Director's death or (ii) the date any final lump sum Phantom Contribution is recorded in the Accrued Benefit Account pursuant to Subsection 2.1(c), shall be annuitized (using the Interest Factor) into monthly installments and shall be payable to the Director's Beneficiary for the Payout Period. Such benefit payments shall commence within thirty (30) days of the date the Administrator receives notice of the Director=s death, or if later, within thirty (30) days after any final lump sum Phantom Contribution is recorded in the Accrued Benefit Account in accordance with Subsection 2.1(c).
Deferred Retirement a. An employee who, upon separation from County service, is eligible for paid retirement and elects deferred retirement must defer participation in the Grant until such time as he or she becomes an active retiree.(Video) Comprehending Internal Revenue Code 409A
Change in Control Benefit If a Change in Control occurs followed within twenty-four (24) months by Separation from Service prior to Normal Retirement Age, the Bank shall distribute to the Executive the benefit described in this Section 2.4 in lieu of any other benefit under this Article.
Retirement Benefit Should the Director still be in the Directorship ------------------ of the Association upon attainment of his 70th birthday, the Association will commence to pay him $590 per month for a continuous period of 120 months. In the event that the Director should die after becoming entitled to receive said monthly installments but before any or all of said installments have been paid, the Association will pay or will continue to pay said installments to such beneficiary or beneficiaries as the Director has directed by filing with the Association a notice in writing. In the event of the death of the last named beneficiary before all the unpaid payments have been made, the balance of any amount which remains unpaid at said death shall be commuted on the basis of 6 percent per annum compound interest and shall be paid in a single sum to the executor or administrator of the estate of the last named beneficiary to die. In the absence of any such beneficiary designation, any amount remaining unpaid at the Director's death shall be commuted on the basis of 6 percent per annum compound interest and shall be paid in a single sum to the executor or administrator of the Director's estate.
Tax-Deferred Earnings The investment earnings of your IRA are not subject to federal income tax until distributions are made (or, in certain instances, when distributions are deemed to be made).(Video) Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) Comprehensive Guide - Updated | Tan Phan, MSFP, CFP®
Normal Retirement Benefit Upon Termination of Employment on or after the Normal Retirement Age for reasons other than death, the Company shall pay to the Executive the benefit described in this Section 2.1 in lieu of any other benefit under this Agreement.
Deferred Compensation Account The Employer shall maintain on its books and records a Deferred Compensation Account to record its liability for future payments of deferred compensation and interest thereon required to be paid to the Employee or his beneficiary pursuant to this Agreement. However, the Employer shall not be required to segregate or earmark any of its assets for the benefit of the Employee or his beneficiary. The amount reflected in said Deferred Compensation Account shall be available for the Employer's general corporate purposes and shall be available to the Employer's general creditors. The amount reflected in said Deferred Compensation Account shall not be subject in any manner to anticipation, alienation, sale, transfer, assignment, pledge, encumbrance, attachment or garnishment by creditors of the Employee or his beneficiary, and any attempt to anticipate, alienate, transfer, assign or attach the same shall be void. Neither the Employee nor his beneficiary may assert any right or claim against any specific assets of the Employer. The Employee or his beneficiary shall have only a contractual right against the Employer for the amount reflected in said Deferred Compensation Account and shall have the status of general unsecured creditors. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in order to pay amounts which may become due under this Agreement, the Employer may establish a grantor trust (hereinafter the "Trust") within the meaning of Section 671 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. The assets in such Trust shall at all times be subject to the claims of the general creditors of the Employer in the event of the Employer's bankruptcy or insolvency, and neither the Employee nor any beneficiary shall have any preferred claim or right, or any beneficial ownership interest in, any such assets of the Trust prior to the time such assets are paid to the Employee or beneficiary pursuant to this Agreement. The Employer shall credit to said Deferred Compensation Account the amount of any salary to which the Employee becomes entitled and which is deferred pursuant to Section 1 hereof, such amount to be credited as of the first business day of each month. The Employer shall also credit to said Deferred Compensation Account an Interest Equivalent in the amount and manner set forth in Section 3 hereof.
Covered Benefits Benefits for Bone Mass Measurement for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis are covered when requested by a Health Care Provider for a Qualified Individual.(Video) Adam22 off that “Good New York Fentanyl”
Deferred Vested Participant - Generally, an employee who worked long enough to earn vested benefits in a pension plan, but who is no longer accruing pension benefits and is not yet receiving a retirement benefit.What is a deferred vested participant? ›
A deferred vested participant is a plan participant who separates from service covered by the plan and is entitled to a deferred vested retirement benefit under the plan but is not paid this retirement benefit.What is the letter from Social Security about deferred vested benefits? ›
What does this mean? This notice was sent to you by the Social Security Administration (SSA) because you filed a claim for social security benefits. It is a reminder about private employer retirement benefits that you have earned, also called "deferred vested benefits".How do I get my deferred vested benefits? ›
A Deferred Vested Pensioner must wait until he or she has attained the age requirement for an Early Retirement or Regular Pension (age 62 or 65, respectively). He or she will then receive the pension rate in effect as of the last day of his or her Covered Employment.What happens to retirement money if not vested? ›
Amounts that are not vested may be forfeited by employees when they are paid their account balance (for example, when the employee terminates employment) or when they don't work more than 500 hours in a year for five years.Can a company take away your vested 401k? ›
Can a Company Take Away Your 401(k) After You Quit? No. 401(k) contributions and any gains on those contributions are your money and you can take them with you when you leave a company (for any reason) via a rollover. Unvested employer contributions (e.g. matching), however, can be taken back by the employer.How do I know if I am fully vested in my 401k? ›
Employees begin to become vested in at least 20 percent of their accrued benefits after an initial period of employment, with 20 percent increases each year. Once an employee hits 100 percent, they are fully vested and possess irrevocable rights to the employer's contributions.