Dependent Children. In the event an employee is killed during the performance of his/her job duties, the State shall pay the tuition of his/her dependent children who are accepted as students through the normal admission process to attend the University of Maine, the Maine Community College System or the Maine Maritime Academy. Each dependent child shall be eligible for the benefit for five (5) years from his/her first admission date to either system or until the requirements for degree have been met, whichever comes first.
Dependent Children. Number ______ Age of Youngest ______Age of Oldest _____ 4. Principal Occupation:_________________Name of Employer ____________________ Employer's Address: _______________________________________________________ 5. Insurance on Life of Customer: [ ] Less than $10,000 [ ] $10,000 to $24,999 [ ] $25,000 to $49,000 [ ] $50,000 or over 6. Investment Objective: [ ] Income [ ] Growth [ ] Tax Exempt Income [ ] Income and Growth [ ] Other 7. Savings: [ ] Less than $2,500 [ ] $2,500 to $9,999 [ ] $10,000 to $24,999 [ ] $25,000 or over 8. Annual Income: [ ] Less than $15,000 [ ] $15,000 to $25,000 [ ] $25,000 to $50,000 [ ] $50,000 or over
Dependent Children. Day school fees (tuition and registration) and bus costs are paid by the company for 2 schooling children in Milan, Italy. The 2 year of private schooling privileges for kids starting in September 2009. Reimbursement via expense report with documented receipts/bills. Books and uniforms are payable by the assignee. Holidays UK local Public Holidays taken in lieu of Singapore Public Holidays.
Dependent Children. After employee completes four (4) months of service: Fifty percent (50%) tuition remission. For employees hired prior to January 1, 1997, one hundred percent (100%) tuition remission after employee completes sixteen (16) months of service. For employees hired on or after January 1, 1997, ninety percent (90%) tuition remission after employee has completed sixteen (16) months of service. The two (2) summer terms will count as one (1) semester for the purpose of this Article. The University may refuse to allow an employee who is delinquent in making tuition payments to continue under the Tuition Remission Program. The University reserves the right to refuse to allow an employee to attend a class under the Tuition Remission Program where such attendance would conflict with work schedules. Further, no employee will receive pay while attending class during scheduled work hours. Employees may make the required tuition remission co-payment through payroll deductions; to be paid in full by the end of the semester for which the co-payment is due. Other limitations and special conditions relating to the University’s plan description, as set forth in the University’s Application for Tuition Remission, shall also be applicable under this Article.
Dependent Children natural, step, common law or adopted children under the age of 25 prior to September 1st in the year of application will be eligible to apply for fall and winter reimbursement. Dependent children: natural, step, common law or adopted children under the age of 25 prior to May 1st in the given year of application will be eligible to apply for spring/summer reimbursement to be paid in combination with the fall applications.