Category 2 and Category 5 Funds Sample Clauses

Category 2 and Category 5 Funds. If you initiate and are responsible for sales of Class A shares and Class 529-A shares, a) amounting to $1 million or more or b) made to certain entities described in the Fund Prospectuses, including employer-sponsored defined contribution-type retirement plans that qualify to invest at net asset value under the terms of the Fund Prospectuses, you will be paid a dealer concession of 1.00% on sales to $10 million, plus 0.50% on amounts over $10 million up to $25 million, plus 0.25% on amounts over $25 million.

Related to Category 2 and Category 5 Funds

  • Category 2 Funds On each purchase order for Class A shares and Class 529-A shares of Funds listed in Category 2 on the attached Schedule A that is accepted by us and for which you are responsible, you will be paid the same compensation indicated above except as follows: Compensation as Sales Charge Percentage of as Percentage Purchases Offering Price of Offering Price Less than $100,000 3.00% 3.75%

  • Category 4 Funds On sales of Class A shares and Class 529-A shares of the Funds listed in Category 4 on the attached Schedule A, no dealer concessions will be paid.

  • Category 3 Funds On sales of Class A shares and Class 529-A shares of Funds listed in Category 3 on the attached Schedule A that are accepted by us and for which you are responsible, you will be paid dealer concessions as follows: Concession as Sales Charge Percentage of as Percentage Purchases Offering Price of Offering Price Less than $500,000 2.00% 2.50% $500,000 but less than $750,000 1.60% 2.00% $750,000 but less than $1 million 1.20% 1.50% $1 million or more See below None

  • EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES All employees fall into one or the other of four principal categories as outlined below.

  • Employment Categories The following categories and specialties are established to ensure the qualifications of certificated employees assigned to retained positions:

  • Category the category under which the product concerned falls for the purposes of tariff elimination.

  • Categories All personnel of the Logistics & Supply Business Unit, within the following work categories and in classifications as enumerated in Article 8.03, are covered by this Agreement. Nothing in this agreement prevents an employee from performing either on a day to day or regular basis, any function or task that is generally performed by any category, provided that the employee is competent to perform the work required. Any efficiencies attained out of this flexibility is not intended to eliminate a category.

  • Power Factor Design Criteria Developer shall design the Large Generating Facility to maintain an effective power delivery at demonstrated maximum net capability at the Point of Interconnection at a power factor within the range established by the Connecting Transmission Owner on a comparable basis, until NYISO has established different requirements that apply to all generators in the New York Control Area on a comparable basis. The Developer shall design and maintain the plant auxiliary systems to operate safely throughout the entire real and reactive power design range. The Connecting Transmission Owner shall not unreasonably restrict or condition the reactive power production or absorption of the Large Generating Facility in accordance with Good Utility Practice.

  • Low Census Low census is defined as a decline in work requirements resulting in a temporary decrease in staffing. During temporary periods of low census, the Employer will: First, seek volunteers to float to other work areas where there is a need. Second, Agency will be released first and then any overtime employees. Third, assign employees to float to other work areas where there is a need. Fourth, ask for volunteers to take time off before implementing the reduced staffing scheduled required, i.e. sending home. The Employer will endeavor to rotate low census equitably among all employees within a job classification in a given work area, starting with the least senior employee. If an individual volunteers to take a low census day off, that day off will be counted for purposes of the rotation list. Employees placed on low census will have priority for any standby assignments. Employees may agree to trade with their positions in the rotation list. At the employee’s discretion, PTO may be used to offset low census hours. Employees who are scheduled to work but are either canceled or released from duty due to low census will continue to receive medical and dental insurance coverage. Further, low census hours taken will be considered hours paid for the accrual of all benefits under Article 15 as well as seniority.

  • Target Population Areas MRAP is designed to target low-to-moderate income homeowners and address the needs of a homeowner’s specific situation in lieu of targeting certain regions or counties.