Indexed Compensation definition

Indexed Compensation means Pensionable Salary with such Pensionable Salary for a particular year being adjusted to reflect the increase in the average wage index, in accordance with Section 147.1 of the Income Tax Act (Canada), from the later of that year and 1986 to the year in which pension payments commence to or in respect of the Member; and
Indexed Compensation means, in respect of a specific year, Compensation for the year, indexed to reflect increases in the Average Wage from the year to the year of retirement.
Indexed Compensation means the Compensation received by a Member in a year adjusted to reflect increases in the average wage to the year of pension commencement, as defined under the Income Tax Act.

Examples of Indexed Compensation in a sentence

  • Approval of delegation of authority under the defined parameters, above, for all men’s and/or women’s coaches and assistant coaches whose new potential total cash compensation exceeds the Indexed Compensation Level, currently set at $205,000 per annum.

  • A full reporting of all coaches whose total cash compensation exceeds the Indexed Compensation Level will be provided to the Regents in the Annual Report on Executive Compensation.

  • I understand that the above Beneficiary Designation may affect certain rights which I may have in the benefits provided for under the terms of the Director Indexed Compensation Benefits Agreement and in which I may have a marital property interest.

  • The Chancellor, after appropriate review, has authority to approve salaries up to and including the Indexed Compensation Level (ICL).

  • In the event that a named beneficiary survives me and dies prior to receiving the entire benefit payable under said Agreement, then and in that event, the remaining unpaid benefit payable according to the terms of my Director Indexed Compensation Benefits Agreement shall be payable to the personal representatives of the estate of said beneficiary who survived me but died prior to receiving the total benefit provided by my Director Indexed Compensation Benefits Agreement.

  • Authority to approve salaries beyond the Indexed Compensation Level (ICL) threshold rests with the Provost and Executive Vice President.

  • The Administrator shall pay all sums payable under the Agreement by reason of my death to the Primary Beneficiary, if he or she survives me, and if no Primary Beneficiary shall survive me, then to the Secondary Beneficiary, and if no named beneficiary survives me, then the Administrator shall pay all amounts in accordance with the terms of my Director Indexed Compensation Benefits Agreement.

  • It is proposed that this specific set of delegations will be reviewed by The Regents annually, along with a full reporting of all coaches whose total cash compensation exceeds the Indexed Compensation Level.

  • A along with a full reporting of all coaches whose total cash compensation exceeds the Indexed Compensation Level will be provided to the Regents in The Annual Report on Executive Compensation.

  • When Elevator Contractor is performing work that creates dust, extreme caution shall be taken by the Elevator Contractor to contain all dust particles.

Related to Indexed Compensation

  • Covered Compensation means, with respect to any Participant for a Plan Year, the average (without indexing) of the Taxable Wage Bases in effect for each calendar year during the 35-year period ending with the last day of the calendar year in which the Participant attains (or will attain) Social Security Retirement Age. A Participant's Covered Compensation shall be adjusted each Plan Year and no increase in Covered Compensation shall decrease a Participant's Accrued Benefit. In determining the Participant's Covered Compensation for a Plan Year, the Taxable Wage Base for all calendar years beginning after the first day of the Plan Year is assumed to be the same as the Taxable Wage Base in effect as of the beginning of the Plan Year for which the determination is being made. Covered Compensation will be determined based on the year designated by the Employer in the Adoption Agreement. In addition, any of the rounding tables issued by the IRS may be used provided the same table is used for all Participants.

  • Earned Compensation means the sum of: (A) any Annual Base Salary earned, but unpaid, for services rendered to the Company on or prior to the date on which the Employment Period ends pursuant to Section 3(a) (but excluding any salary and interest accrued thereon, the payment of which has been deferred); and (B) if the Executive’s employment terminates due to the Executive’s death or in a Termination due to Disability or a Termination for Good Reason or due to the Company’s exercise of its Termination Right, in any case, after the end of a fiscal year, but before the Annual Bonus payable for services rendered in such fiscal year has been paid, the Annual Bonus that would have been payable to the Executive for such completed fiscal year in accordance with Section 2(b)(ii).

  • 414(s) Compensation means any definition of compensation that satisfies the nondiscrimination requirements of Code Section 414(s) and the Regulations thereunder. The period for determining 414(s) Compensation must be either the Plan Year or the calendar year ending with or within the Plan Year. An Employer may further limit the period taken into account to that part of the Plan Year or calendar year in which an Employee was a Participant in the component of the Plan being tested. The period used to determine 414(s) Compensation must be applied uniformly to all Participants for the Plan Year.

  • Basic Compensation means Salary and Benefits.

  • Average Incentive Compensation include any sign-on bonus, retention bonus or any other special bonus. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Executive breaches any of the provisions contained in Paragraphs 4 and 5 of this Agreement, all payments of the Severance Amount shall immediately cease. Furthermore, in the event Executive terminates his employment for Good Reason as provided in Subparagraph 6(e), he shall be entitled to the Severance Amount only if he provides the Notice of Termination provided for in Subparagraph 6(f) within thirty (30) days after the occurrence of the event or events which constitute such Good Reason as specified in clauses (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) of Subparagraph 6(e); and

  • Current Compensation means all regular wage, salary and commission payments paid by the Company to a Participant in accordance with the terms of his or her employment, but excluding annual bonus payments and all other forms of special compensation.

  • Annual Compensation means an amount equal to the greater of:

  • Deferred Compensation Award means an award of Stock Units granted to a Participant pursuant to Section 11 of the Plan.

  • Bonus Compensation shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3(b).

  • 415 Compensation means:

  • Incentive Compensation means annual cash bonus and any Award.

  • Compensation Year means a period of 12 months expiring 31 March in any year;

  • Total Compensation means the cash and noncash dollar value earned by the executive during the Contractor’s preceding fiscal year and includes the following (for more information see 17 CFR 229.402(c)(2)):

  • Deferred Compensation Plan means any plan, agreement or arrangement maintained by the Company from time to time that provides opportunities for deferral of compensation.

  • Section 409A Deferred Compensation means compensation provided pursuant to an Award that constitutes nonqualified deferred compensation within the meaning of Section 409A.

  • Incentive Compensation Plans means annual incentive compensation plans and long-term incentive compensation plans of the Company, which long-term incentive compensation plans may include plans offering stock options, restricted stock and other long-term incentive compensation.

  • Termination Compensation means a monthly cash amount equal to one-twelfth (1/12th) of the highest amount of the annual cash compensation (including cash bonuses and other cash-based compensation, including for these purposes amounts earned or payable whether or not deferred) received by Executive during any one of the three (3) calendar years immediately preceding the calendar year in which Executive’s Termination Date occurs; provided, that if the cash compensation received by Executive during the Termination Year exceeds the highest amount of the annual cash compensation received by Executive during any one of the immediately preceding three (3) consecutive calendar years, the cash compensation received by Executive during the Termination Year shall be deemed to be Executive’s highest amount of annual cash compensation. In no event shall Executive’s Termination Compensation include equity-based compensation (e.g., income realized as a result of Executive’s exercise of non-qualified stock options or other stock based benefits).

  • Special compensation means payment to an adult foster care facility to ensure the provision of a specialized program in addition to the basic payment for adult foster care. Special compensation does not include payment received directly from the Medicaid program for personal care services for a resident, or payment received under the supplemental security income program.

  • Incentive Compensation Plan means any plan, agreement or other arrangement that provides for the grant or issuance of equity or equity-based awards and that is now in effect or is hereafter adopted by the Company or the Manager for the benefit of any of their respective employees or other service providers (including directors, advisers and consultants), or the employees or other services providers (including directors, advisers and consultants) of any of their respective Affiliates or Subsidiaries.

  • Excess Compensation means Compensation in excess of the following Integration Level: (Choose (1) or (2))

  • Eligible Compensation means all regular cash compensation including overtime, cash bonuses and commissions. Regular cash compensation does not include severance pay, hiring and relocation bonuses, pay in lieu of vacations, sick leave or any other special payments.

  • Gross compensation means every form of remuneration payable for a given period to an individual for services provided including salaries, commissions, vacation pay, severance pay, bonuses, and any board, rent, housing, lodging, payments in kind, and any similar benefit received from the individual's employer.

  • Current Annual Compensation means the total of your Basic Salary in effect at the Termination Date, plus the average annual performance bonus actually received by you over the last three years fiscal years (or if you have been employed for a shorter period of time over such period during which you performed services for the Company), and shall not include the value of any stock options granted or exercised, restricted stock awards granted or vested, contributions to 401(k) or other qualified plans, medical, dental, or other insurance benefits, or other fringe benefits.

  • Severance Compensation means the compensation set forth in (i), (ii), and (iv) above.

  • Compensation Limit means the annual limit of compensation that may be taken into account for purposes of providing benefits under a tax-qualified retirement plan pursuant to Section 401(a)(17) of the Code, as adjusted from time to time.

  • Base Compensation means the amount equal to the sum of (i) the greater of Executive’s then-current Annual Base Salary or Executive’s Annual Base Salary as of the date one day prior to the Change in Control, and (ii) the Average Incentive Bonus.