balance of payments

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a system of recording all of a country's economic transactions with the rest of the world over a period of one year

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For example, workers in their sixties with at least 30 years of job tenure at their current employer have an average 401(k) account balance of $185,474.
The comparison of a current account balance or item with the prior year balance or with a trend in two or more prior periods' balances.
A "nonaccount balance plan" is defined as any plan that is not an account balance plan.
Distributions to the partners on partnership liquidation and termination are made in accordance with the capital account balances.
Because they receive periodic statements of their account balances, participants more easily see and more readily understand these amounts.
Amounts allocated to the variable investment options of an account balance are subject to market fluctuations, and when withdrawn or annuitized, may be worth more or less than their original value.
530(d)(8), provided that if the required distribution is not made by the end of the 30-day period, the account balance is deemed distributed at the end of such period.
The account balance of the typical participant is $20,000, with annual contributions averaging $2,800 per person.
In the case of the alternative test, whether the allocation is respected depends on a determination of any negative capital account balance a partner is required to restore.
Credit enhancement for the trust consists of the reserve account; sized at 25 basis points (bps) of the sum of the current student loan pool balance and the add-on consolidation loan account balance, with a floor of $3,780,805 or 15 bps, of the sum of the original pool balance and the add-on consolidation loan account balance; the capitalized interest account; and excess spread.
402(e)(4)(D) as a distribution of an entire account balance under the plan within one tax year of the recipient's death, attainment of age 59 1/2, termination of service or disability.
72(p) treats loans from qualified retirement plans as taxable distributions unless certain requirements are met: * The cumulative amount of all loans from the plan (and any other plans maintained by the employer or related employer) may not exceed the lesser of (1) $50,000 (reduced by the amount by which the highest total loan balance during the one-year period preceding the date of the loan exceeds the total loan balance on the date on which the loan is made), or (2) the greater of (a) 50% of the participants vested account balance or (b) $10,000.
a participant loan of $70,000 to a participant whose account balance exceeds $100,000 results in a $20,000 deemed distribution.
Credit enhancement for the trust consists of the reserve account; sized at 25 basis points (bps) of the sum of the current student loan pool balance and the add-on consolidation loan account balance, with a floor of $2,280,587 or 15 bps, of the sum of the original pool balance and the add-on consolidation loan account balance; the capitalized interest account; and excess spread.
401(a), the direct rollover of S's account balance to Plan D is considered a distribution and rollover - not a transfer of assets and liabilities under Sec.