Retirement Benefits Sample Clauses

Retirement Benefits. Due to either investment or employment during the marriage, either the Husband or Wife: (check one) ☐ - DO NOT have retirement plans. ☐ - HAVE retirement plans. The Couple has the following retirement plans: (“Retirement Plans”). Upon signing this Agreement, the Retirement Plans shall be owned by: (check one) ☐ - Husband ☐ - Wife ☐ - Both Spouses ☐ - Other. .
Retirement Benefits. Upon the occurrence of the Director's --------- ------------------- Retirement Age (except as otherwise specifically provided herein), the Bank will pay to him $1,750.00 per month for a continuous period of 120 months. Such continuous monthly installment payments shall commence on a date to be determined by the Bank, but in no event later than the first day of the calendar month following the calendar month in which the Director's Retirement Age shall occur. In the event that the Director should die after becoming entitled to receive such installment payments but before all such payments have been made, the Bank will pay all remaining installment payments to such beneficiary or beneficiaries as the Director has designated in writing to the Bank (the "Beneficiaries"). In the event of the death of the last living Beneficiary before all remaining installment payments have been made, the balance of any payments which remain unpaid at such Beneficiary's death shall be commuted on the basis of seven and one-half percent (7 1/2%) per annum compounded interest and shall be paid in a single sum to the estate of the last Beneficiary to die. In the absence of any such beneficiary designation, or if no Beneficiary survives the Director, any payments remaining unpaid at the Director's death shall be commuted on the basis of seven and one-half percent (7 1/2%) per annum compounded interest and shall be paid in a single sum to the Director's estate.
Retirement Benefits. (i) For purposes of eligibility for retirement, for early commencement or actuarial subsidies and for purposes of benefit accruals under any Company defined benefit pension plan (or any such alternative contractual arrangement that the Executive may have with the Company or any of its Subsidiaries), (i) Executive will be credited with an additional number of years of service and age equal to the Severance Multiple beyond that accrued as of the Termination Date, (ii) Executive will become fully vested in any defined benefit pension benefits provided by the Company and (iii) for purposes of calculating Executive's benefit, compensation shall include both Base Salary and Bonus; provided, that, (A) Base Salary applicable to any period of service deemed to occur after the Termination Date will be increased by five percent for each year of such additional service and (B) Executive's Bonus for each such year of additional service shall be based on the Target Bonus percentage; provided, further, that if any benefits afforded by this Agreement, including the benefits arising from the grant of additional service and age, are not provided under the qualified pension plan of the Company, the benefit, or its equivalent in value, shall be provided under a nonqualified pension plan of the Company or the general assets of the Company. Except for benefits payable under the qualified defined benefit pension plan of the Company (which shall be governed by the terms of such plan), the benefits payable under this Section 3(d) shall be paid to Executive by the Company and shall be determined pursuant to the terms of the Harcourt General Inc. Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan as in effect immediately prior to the Change of Control (the "SERP"), after giving effect to the provisions of this Section 3(d); provided that Executive may, if Executive obtains the consent of the Company, receive the benefits payable under this Section 3(d) in a lump sum or otherwise, within the Payment Period using the methodology set forth in Schedule B e. Retiree Medical. Following Executive's entitlement to continued activeemployee benefits pursuant to Section 3(b), if Executive is eligible for retiree medical benefits, using the eligibility criteria in effect immediately prior to the Change of Control, Executive shall be entitled to, and Company shall be required to pay, retiree medical coverage at the same benefit level and at the same cost to Executive as specified by the retiree medical plan...
Retirement Benefits. Except as required under Section 4980B of the Code, Section 601 of ERISA or applicable state law, neither the Borrower nor any Subsidiary is obligated to provide post-retirement medical or insurance benefits with respect to employees or former employees.
Retirement Benefits. Subject to Subparagraph II (E) hereinafter, an Executive who remains in the employ of the Bank until the Normal Retirement Age (Subparagraph I [I]) shall be entitled to receive an annual benefit amount equal to the amount set forth in Exhibit A-1. Said payments shall be made quarterly and shall commence at the beginning of the Bank's first quarter following the Executive's Retirement Date and shall continue until the Executive attains age seventy-seven (77). Upon completion of the aforestated payments and commencing subsequent thereto and subject to Subparagraph II (A) (i) hereinbelow, the Index Retirement Benefit (Subparagraph I [E]) for each Plan Year subsequent to the year in which the Executive attains age seventy-seven (77), and including the remaining portion of the Plan Year in which the Executive attains age seventy-seven (77), shall be paid to the Executive until the Executive's death.
Retirement Benefits. (a) In order to be eligible for the “Retirement Benefits” described in Section 6(b) below, the Executive must meet both of the following criteria:
Retirement Benefits. 22.1 There is no arrangement under which the Company has or may have any obligation (whether or not legally binding) to provide or contribute towards pension, lump sum, death, ill-health, disability or accident benefits in respect of its past or present officers and employees (Pensionable Employees) and no proposal or announcement has been made to any Employee or officer of the Company about the introduction, continuance, increase or improvement of, or the payment of a contribution towards, any other pension, lump sum, death, ill-health, disability or accident benefit. Schedule 5 Tax covenant
Retirement Benefits. Pursuant to section 121.021(38), Florida Statutes, an absence from the employer’s payroll for a period not to exceed 12 calendar months due to a layoff shall not constitute a break in the continuous service requirement for special risk members.
Retirement Benefits. The Company shall provide to the Executive participation in any Company qualified defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans as may be established during the term of this Agreement; provided, however, that nothing in this Section 5.5 shall be construed as obligating the Company to refrain from changing, and/or amending the nonqualified retirement programs, so long as such changes are equally applicable to all executive employees in the Company.