DEDUCTIBLE EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS (DECs). A DEC is a Deductible Employee Contribution made to the Plan for a Taxable Year commencing prior to 1987. If a Participant has made DECs to the Plan, the Plan Administrator must maintain a separate Account for the Participant's DECs as adjusted for Earnings, including DECs which are part of a Rollover Contribution described in Section 3.08. The DECs Account is part of the Participant's Account for all purposes of the Plan, except for purposes of determining the Top‑Heavy Ratio under Section 10.01. The Plan Administrator may not use a Participant's DECs Account to purchase life insurance on the Participant's behalf. DECs are distributable under Section 6.01(C)(4)(e).
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  • Employee Contributions Any member of the bargaining unit who is hired on or after September 1, 2010 is eligible to make a voluntary contribution to the City=s Deferred Compensation Plan offered by Ameritas.

  • Employee Contribution Eligible employees shall contribute one percent (1%) of their salary on a per pay period basis to the HCSP.

  • Voluntary Employee Contributions (i) Subject to the governing rules of the relevant superannuation fund, an employee may, in writing, authorise their employer to pay on behalf of the employee a specified amount from the post- taxation wages of the employee into the same superannuation fund as the employer makes the superannuation contributions provided for in Clause 24(b).

  • Elective Deferrals An Employee will be eligible to become a Contributing Participant in the Plan (and thus be eligible to make Elective Deferrals) and receive Matching Contributions (including Qualified Matching Contributions, if applicable) after completing 1 (enter 0, 1 or any fraction less than 1) Years of Eligibility Service.

  • Employer Contribution (a) An Employer contribution for health and dental benefits will only be made for each active employee who has at least eighty (80) paid regular hours in a month and who is eligible for medical insurance coverage, unless otherwise required by law.

  • Employer Contributions 8.1 Rates at which the Employer shall contribute for each hour of work performed on behalf of each employee employed under the terms of this Agreement are contained in the Appendices attached to and forming part of this Agreement.

  • Matching Contributions The Employer will make matching contributions in accordance with the formula(s) elected in Part II of this Adoption Agreement Section 3.01.

  • Special Maternity Allowance for Totally Disabled Employees (a) An employee who:

  • Rollover Contributions A rollover is a tax-free distribution of cash or other assets from one retirement program to another. There are two kinds of rollover contributions to an IRA. Xx one, you contribute amounts distributed to you from one IRA xx another IRA. Xxth the other, you contribute amounts distributed to you from your employer's qualified plan or 403(b) plan to an IRA. X rollover is an allowable IRA xxxtribution which is not subject to the limits on regular contributions discussed in Part D above. However, you may not deduct a rollover contribution to your IRA xx your tax return. If you receive a distribution from the qualified plan of your employer or former employer, the distribution must be an "eligible rollover distribution" in order for you to be able to roll all or part of the distribution over to your IRA. Xxe portion you contribute to your IRA xxxl not be taxable to you until you withdraw it from the IRA. Xxur employer or former employer will give you the opportunity to roll over the distribution directly from the plan to the IRA. Xx you elect, instead, to receive the distribution, you must deposit it into the IRA xxxhin 60 days after you receive it. An "eligible rollover distribution" is any distribution from a qualified plan that would be taxable other than (1) a distribution that is one of a series of periodic payments for an employee's life or over a period of 10 years or more, (2) a required distribution after you attain age 70 1/2 and (3) certain corrective distributions. If the entire amount in your IRA xxx been contributed in a tax-free rollover from your employer's or former employer's qualified plan or 403(b) plan, you may later roll over the IRA xx a new employer's plan if such plan permits rollovers. Your IRA xxxld then serve as a conduit for those assets. However, you may later roll those IRA xxxds into a new employer's plan only if you make no further contributions to that IRA, xx commingle the IRA xxxlover funds with existing IRA xxxets.

  • Excess Contributions An excess contribution is any amount that is contributed to your IRA that exceeds the amount that you are eligible to contribute. If the excess is not corrected timely, an additional penalty tax of six percent will be imposed upon the excess amount. The procedure for correcting an excess is determined by the timeliness of the correction as identified below.

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