Definition of Deferral Benefits


Deferral Benefits means, with respect to a Participant, the benefits credited under the Plan with respect to amounts withheld at the Participants election from a Participants compensation which would otherwise have been paid in cash, as adjusted for earnings and losses pursuant to the terms of the Plan.
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Examples of Deferral Benefits in a sentence

Separate subdivisions of the Deferred Stock Unit Account shall be maintained to reflect Deferral Contributions made and Deferral Benefits attributable with respect to each Deferral Year and within each Deferral Year, the Deferral Contributions and Deferral Benefits attributable to Deferral Contributions of Retainer and Deferral Contributions of Additional Fees.
Separate subdivisions of the Deferred Cash Account shall continue to be maintained to reflect Deferral Contributions made and Deferral Benefits attributable with respect to each Deferral Year and within each Deferral Year, the Deferral Contributions and Deferral Benefits attributable to Deferral Contributions of Retainer and Deferral Contributions of Additional Fees.
The same Benefit Commencement Date shall be required for all Deferral Contributions made and Deferral Benefits attributable to a Deferral Year.
In the absence of such a designation and at any other time when there is no existing Beneficiary designated hereunder, (a) the Beneficiary of a Participant for his Excess 401(k) Benefits, his Excess Matching Benefits and his Excess Profit Sharing Benefits shall be his beneficiary under the Profit Sharing Plan, and (b) the Beneficiary of a Participant for his Excess Deferral Benefits his LTIP Deferral Benefits and his Yale Short-Term Benefits shall be his surviving legal spouse or, if none, his estate.
Amendment of Payment Election Form means a written notice, in a form prescribed by the Company, filed with the Company by a Participant to change the manner in which such Participants Deferral Benefits are to be paid.