accrual

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Synonyms for accrual

the act of accumulating

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Also, if a jurisdiction wishes to permit conversion of accrued benefits to target benefits, legislative change is required.
The "minimum benefit" was the accrued benefit under the old plan at the end of the transition period.
Among the changes being considered is a provision that would allow employees to convert accrued benefits into a cash balance plan.
Needless to say, that the only people who accrued benefits from this public wealth were the employees of these organisations who enjoyed wages, work conditions and benefits that workers in the private sector could not even dream of.
The advice we received from both our actuarial and legal advisers is the Trustee needs to take immediate action to protect the accrued benefits of our scheme members.
The advice we received from both our actuarial and legal advisers is that the Trustee needs to take immediate action to protect the accrued benefits of our scheme members.
The accrued benefits of a thoughtful houseplant vacation far outweigh any potential problems.
Section 508(a) requires that the benefit statement (1) be based on the latest available information; (2) include the total benefits accrued or the vested accrued benefit, or indicate the earliest date on which the accrued benefit will become vested; and (3) include an explanation of any permitted disparity or floor-offset arrangement that may be applied in determining accrued benefits under the plan.
site set up, material recycling opportunities, labor and time issues and accrued benefits (saved tipping fees, income generation, health and safety issues, site aesthetics, important on a campus with visiting parents and other dignitaries).
However, a participant's accrued benefits under a DB plan must be fully vested after three years of service.
A plan will be at risk if the accrued benefits under the plan are less than 80 percent funded based on the prior year's assets.
Conversely, employees with many years of service do not get a large percentage increase in their accrued benefits and are therefore generally better off taking the DROP.
In theory, the natural life of both soft- and hard-frozen DB plans can be equally long; both plans would continue to exist until the accrued benefits of the youngest employee at the time of the freeze are distributed.
You may also allow employees to view employee-specific information, such as schedules or accrued benefits, directly on the BioScreen (and print this information, if BioScreen is connected to network printer).