Account Balance. The Servicer must never allow any Custodial T&I Account to become overdrawn as to any individual related Borrower. If there are insufficient funds in the account, the Servicer must advance its own funds to cure the overdraft.
Account Balance. For purposes of determining required minimum distributions, the relevant Account balance shall be the Account balance as of the last Accounting Date in the calendar year immediately preceding the calendar year for which the required distributions are being determined, increased by the amount of any contributions and forfeitures made by or on behalf of the Participant as of dates in such immediately preceding calendar year after such last Accounting Date, reduced by any payments or withdrawals in such immediately preceding calendar year after such last Accounting Date, and, in the case of minimum distributions for the second calendar year for which distributions are required, reduced by distributions made in such second calendar year on or before the required benefit commencement date (under Section 8.5) that are not in excess (when added to amounts distributed in the first calendar year) of the amount required to meet the minimum distribution for the first calendar year; provided that, in no event shall an amount greater than the Participant’s nonforfeitable percentage be distributed.
Account Balance. You are responsible for keeping track of your Account available balance for adding funds to your Card. You acknowledge and agree that the funds available to perform transactions are limited to the funds that have been added to your Account that are not subject to a hold. You are not authorized to use funds added to your Account in error. Any transaction that could create a negative balance for your Account is not permitted. Adjustments may be made to your Account to reverse an error, reflect a merchant adjustment, or resolve a dispute regarding a transaction posted to your Account. These processing and adjustment entries could cause your Account to have a negative balance. If your Account has a negative balance, you agree: (i) that Bank may automatically apply any subsequent deposits to your Account to satisfy the negative balance and
Account Balance. As of any Valuation Date, the aggregate amount credited to an individual's account or accounts under a qualified defined contribution plan maintained by the Employer or a Controlled Entity (excluding employee contributions that were deductible within the meaning of section 219 of the Code and rollover or transfer contributions made after December 31, 1983, by or on behalf of such individual to such plan from another qualified plan sponsored by an entity other than the Employer or a Controlled Entity), increased by (1) the aggregate distributions made to such individual from such plan during a five-year period ending on the Determination Date and (2) the amount of any contributions due as of the Determination Date immediately following such Valuation Date.
Account Balance. It is your responsibility to maintain a balance in your Account sufficient to cover any tolls, fees, and charges incurred. If you do not maintain a balance in your Account sufficient to pay tolls and any other charges incurred, you and the owner of the Vehicle will be responsible for a Toll Violation each time the Vehicle travels on or otherwise uses a Toll Facility.
Account Balance. It is your responsibility to maintain a balance in your Account sufficient to cover any tolls, fees, and charges incurred. If your Account balance is ever insufficient to pay amounts you owe to TxDOT, you will remain liable for those amounts and are responsible for any related fees assessed as a result of the failure to pay the amount due. In addition, you may be subject to other penalties as provided by law. The minimum required prepaid toll balance will depend on the Account type and number of Tags maintained on the Account in accordance with the rate schedule in effect at that time.