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a fund held in trust

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The Trust Fund has helped victims in countries across the world to escape the terrible experiences of the past and to begin new lives.
Program trustees reported Medicare hospitalization trust fund results for 2016 in their latest trustees report.
The DOF quoted the IC as claiming that 'the primary cause of [Provident Plans'] capital impairment and trust fund deficiency is the unrecoverable investment with its previous trustee bank, the Export and Industry (EIB), and the neglect by its new trustee bank, the United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB), in protecting the trust fund.
But what happens if the debtor commingles trust fund payments made for the benefit of their goods and labor suppliers with other funds not subject to trust fund protection?
Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI) trust fund and the
Parents and carers will be asked to complete and return the claim form to the Welsh Assembly Government by January 31, 2011, in order to claim their child's Trust Fund top up.
The severity and length of the recent recession have resulted in the worst labor market conditions in the United States since at least the early 1980s, if not since the Great Depression of the 1930s, and placed a heavy demand on state UI trust funds.
Frequently, an IRS revenue officer will arrive unannounced at the business to collect the unpaid trust fund.
Form 2750 is a waiver form used to extend the SOL on assessment of the trust fund recovery penalty.
However, there hasn't been a full, independent analysis of the trust fund in recent years.
The Housing Trust Fund is another example of how we are using new and innovative sources of funding to build and preserve affordable housing.
Whatever the actual extent of the shortfall, three general ways to improve the financial condition of the Social Security Trust Fund are to
Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund program, which oversees the cleanup of toxic waste sites, has relied on a trust fund to pay for so-called "orphan" sites--places where the parties potentially responsible for the pollution have gone out of business or no longer exist.
That's why the Government has launched the Child Trust Fund (CTF).
The trust fund, established in 1992, sets aside money from real estate transactions to help lower-income Floridians on the road to home ownership.