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to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

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* Option 2--Employee pretax payroll deferral. Employers can help employees fund their HSAs by allowing for HSA contributions via payroll deferral.
A review of pre donation blood donor deferrals in a university hospital.
These deferrals are intended to provide relief--typically for low-income, senior citizens--but qualifications for the programs vary from state to state and, in some areas, by local municipality.
CORRECTION: It is far likelier, however, that the IRS would calculate a percentage of the total deferrals and earnings and the employer be told to pay this negotiated sanction through the agency's Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS) Audit CAP-or, Audit Closing Agreement Program, says S.
So, this study was planned with the aim to find out the reasons for deferrals of blood donors at volunteer blood donation camp.
The deferral donors were maximum in the age group of 21-30 years (36.04%) in males and 18-20 years in females (67.78%) (Table 3).
"Travel to most of these countries already brings a blood donation deferral of at least 28 days.
The new EPCRS correction procedure provides a third safe harbor when correct deferrals begin more than three months after the deferral failure first occurred, but no later than the first payment of compensation made on or after the last day of the second plan year following that in which the failure occurred.
deferral among prospective donors in order to categorize them into temporary and permanent deferrals.
The 2012 Bondholders also approved waivers of any event of default under the terms of the 2012 Bonds which might occur by reason of the ineffectiveness of the equivalent deferrals requested from the 2013 Bonds or the Bank Creditors and also waived any events of default under the Intercreditor Agreement, in both cases up to and including 10 December 2012, whereas the 2013 Bondholders did not approve this agenda item.
(1) In addition to meeting the requirements necessary to qualify as a profit sharing or stock bonus plan, traditional 401(k) plans must: (1) limit the forfeitability and distribution of employee elective deferrals; (2) permit participation by the later of age 21 or one year of service; (3) limit elective deferrals to $16,500 in 2009 and 2010; and (4) meet an annual nondiscrimination requirement (the ADP test), by comparing ratios of elective deferrals for highly compensated and nonhighly compensated employees.
* The short-term deferral exception rules of Section 409A permit neither vesting nor subsequent deferrals prior to completion of the period of service.
Further, because MCP was Scherbart's agent and the deferrals were self-imposed limitations, the value-added payments were taxable to Scherbart when MCP received them.