Account Holder. The natural person, corporation, partnership, trustee, custodian, or other entity in whose name the Account is opened. The singular of Account Holder where appropriate shall include the plural. For purposes of IRAs, Account Holder shall be the Custodian, as defined in the IRA Custodial Agreement, for the benefit of Client. For purposes of trusts, Account Holder shall not include the beneficiaries of the trusts.
Account Holder. Account Holder must be an individual living adult or legal business entity. The “Account” is the revocable license granted by KSE to Account Holder to manage the Tickets, payments, and other rights and obligations under this Agreement. The Account Holder is listed on the Account as the primary contact. Only Account Holder is allowed to make changes to the Account. Account Holder must promptly notify KSE in writing of any changes in address, phone number, payment method and any other Account information. With respect to legal business entities who are Account Holders, all changes to account records (such as to the contact person) must be submitted in writing on official letterhead and signed by an authorized employee.
Account Holder. The Account Holder must be an individual (and not a trust), who is at least 18 years of age. The statement of the Account Holder’s date of birth on the attached application or otherwise shall constitute a certification by the Account Holder and an undertaking to furnish such further evidence of proof of age as may be required by the Trustee.
Account Holder. The natural person, corporation, partnership, trustee, custodian or other entity in whose name the Account is opened. The singular of Account Holder where appropriate shall include the plural. For purposes of IRAs, Account Holder shall be the Custodian, as defined in the IRA Custodial Agreement, for the benefit of Client. For the purposes of trusts, Account Holder shall not include the beneficiaries of the trusts. Advisory Agreement. The agreement between Betterment and Client for provision of advisory services through the Program, which client agrees to enter into and abide by as a condition of opening and maintaining the Account.
Account Holder. “Account holder” has the meaning set forth in §1.1471-1(b)(2).
Account Holder. If QI is an FFI, an “account holder” means any person that is a direct account holder or an indirect account holder of an account that QI has identified to a withholding agent as an account for which it is acting as a QI and also includes any person that receives a U.S. source substitute dividend payment from a QI that is a QSL for the payment. “Account holder” also means any person that enters into or holds a potential section 871(m) transaction with a QI acting as a QDD. If QI is an NFFE acting as a QI on behalf of persons other than its shareholders, an “account holder” means any person for whom QI is acting as an intermediary with respect to a reportable payment or withholdable payment. With respect to a QI that assumes primary withholding responsibility for a substitute interest payment as described in section 3.03(A) of this Agreement, an “account holder” includes any person that receives such a payment from the QI.
Account Holder. The term Account Holder means the person listed or identified as the holder of a Financial Account. A person, other than a Financial Institution, holding a Financial Account for the benefit of another person as an agent, a custodian, a nominee, a signatory, an investment advisor, an intermediary, or as a legal guardian, is not treated as the Account Holder, in these circumstances that other person is the Account Holder. With respect to a jointly held account, each joint holder is treated as an Account Holder. Active Non‐Financial Entity (Active NFE) The term Active NFE means any NFE that meets any of the following criteria:
Account Holder. “Account holder” means the person who holds an account, as determined under §1.1471-5(a)(3).
Account Holder. The Account Holder is the person who establishes the custodial account. Identifying Number The Account Xxxxxx’s social security number will serve as the identification number of his or her IRA. An employer identification number (EIN) is required only for an IRA for which a return is filed to report unrelated business taxable income. An EIN is required for a common fund created for IRAs. Traditional IRA for Nonworking Spouse Form 5305‐A may be used to establish the IRA custodial account for a nonworking spouse. Contributions to an IRA custodial account for a nonworking spouse must be made to a separate IRA custodial account established by the nonworking spouse. Specific Instructions