LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS. SECTIONS 3.07 THROUGH 3.19 [Note: Sections 3.07 through 3.10 apply only to Participants in this Plan who do not participate, and who have never participated, in another qualified plan or in a welfare benefit fund (as defined in Code Section 419(e)) maintained by the Employer.]
LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS. SECTIONS 3.07 THROUGH 3.18 [Note: Sections 3.07 through 3.10 apply only to Participants in this Plan who do not participate, and who have never participated, in another qualified plan, individual medical account (as defined in Code ss.415(1)(2)), simplified employee pension plan (as defined in Code ss.408(k)) or welfare benefit fund (as defined in Code ss.419(e)) maintained by the Employer, which provides an Annual Addition.]

Examples of LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS in a sentence

  • LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS In any Plan Year in which the Top-Heavy Ratio exceeds 90% (i.e., the Plan becomes Super Top-Heavy), the denominators of the Defined Benefit Fraction (as defined in paragraph 1.15) and Defined Contribution Fraction (as defined in paragraph 1.18) shall be computed using 100% of the dollar limitation instead of 125%.

  • APPENDIX II: LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS Section 1.01 Basic Limitation.

  • If revoked, an application for a new Permit must be submitted and fees paid in accordance with Section 18.

  • LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS, ARTICLE 5 If you maintain, or at any time maintained, another qualified retirement plan in which any Participant in this Plan is, was, or could possibly become a Participant, you must complete Parts A or B and C of this section.


  • Sections 3.07 and 3.08 3.07 LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS TO PARTICIPANTS' ACCOUNTS The amount of Annual Additions which the Advisory Committee may allocate under this Plan on a Participant's behalf for a Limitation Year may not exceed the Maximum Permissible Amount.

  • LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS: --------------- 15 If this option is selected, iii or iv must be selected to reallocate Forfeitures of Employer Profit Sharing Contributions remaining after expenses of administering the Plan have been paid.

  • LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS (CONT'D) _____ (3) Provide the method under which the Plan involved will satisfy the 1.0 limitation in a manner that precludes Employer discretion.

  • This obligation is in addition to the Supplier's obligations under Clauses19.1 to 19.5 above.

  • LIMITATIONS ON ALLOCATIONS [ARTICLE X] [X] This is the only Plan the Employer maintains or ever maintained; therefore, this section is not applicable.


  • Allocations means any and all of the allocations described in Sections 1.3(a), 1.3(b), 1.3(c) and 1.3(d) hereof.

  • Exceptions and Limitations means fair use, fair dealing, and/or any other exception or limitation to Copyright and Similar Rights that applies to Your use of the Licensed Material.

  • Tax Allocations means the allocations set forth in paragraph 4 of Exhibit B.

  • Required Allocations means (a) any limitation imposed on any allocation of Net Losses or Net Termination Losses under Section 6.1(b) or 6.1(c)(ii) and (b) any allocation of an item of income, gain, loss or deduction pursuant to Section 6.1(d)(i), 6.1(d)(ii), 6.1(d)(iv), 6.1(d)(vii) or 6.1(d)(ix).

  • Loss Allocation Limitation The meaning specified in Section 6.02(c) hereof.

  • Capital Account Limitation has the meaning set forth in Section 4.05(b) hereof.

  • Elective Contributions are amounts excludible from the Employee's gross income under Code Sections 125, 402(a)(8), 402(h) or 403(b), and contributed by the Employer, at the Employee's election, to a Code Section 401(k) arrangement, a Simplified Employee Pension, cafeteria plan or tax-sheltered annuity. The term "Compensation" does not include:

  • Rollover Contributions means amounts attributable to part or all of an "eligible rollover distribution" (within the meaning of Section 402(c)(4) of the Code and the Treasury Regulations thereunder) transferred to this Plan pursuant to Section 4.03 as the result of the distribution of a Participant's account under another qualified trust, individual retirement account or individual retirement annuity as defined in Section 4.03.

  • REIT Provisions of the Code means Sections 856 through 860 of the Code and any successor or other provisions of the Code relating to real estate investment trusts (including provisions as to the attribution of ownership of beneficial interests therein) and the regulations promulgated thereunder.

  • Wasteload allocation or "wasteload" or "WLA" means the portion of a receiving surface water's loading or assimilative capacity allocated to one of its existing or future point sources of pollution. WLAs are a type of water quality-based effluent limitation.

  • Qualified Matching Contributions means Matching Contributions which are immediately nonforfeitable when made, and which would be nonforfeitable, regardless of the age or service of the Employee or whether the Employee is employed on a certain date, and which may not be distributed, except upon one of the events described under Section 401(k)(2)(B) of the Code and the regulations thereunder.

  • Regulatory Allocations shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.3.A(viii).

  • Load allocation means the portion of a receiving waterbody's loading capacity that is attributed either to one (1) of its existing or future nonpoint sources of pollution or to natural background sources.

  • After-Tax Contributions means amounts withheld from an Employee's Compensation pursuant to a Salary Reduction Agreement after all applicable state and federal taxes have been deducted. Such amounts are withheld for purposes of purchasing one or more of the Benefit Package Options available under the Plan.

  • Excess Contributions means, with respect to any Plan Year, the excess of:

  • Initial Allocation means the conditional setting aside by MBOH of HCs from a particular year’s federal LIHTC allocation to the state for purposes of later Carryover Commitment and/or Final Allocation to a particular Project, as documented by and subject to the requirements and conditions set forth in a written Reservation Agreement, the Applicable QAP and federal law.

  • Class B Fixed Allocation means, with respect to any Monthly Period following the Revolving Period, the percentage equivalent (which percentage shall never exceed 100%) of a fraction, the numerator of which is the Class B Investor Interest as of the close of business on the last day of the Revolving Period and the denominator of which is equal to the Investor Interest as of the close of business on the last day of the Revolving Period.

  • Final Allocation has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3.

  • Safe Harbor means, the election described in the Safe Harbor Regulation, pursuant to which a partnership and all of its partners may elect to treat the fair market value of a partnership interest that is transferred in connection with the performance of services as being equal to the liquidation value of that interest.

  • Carryover Allocation means an Allocation made to the Project if the Project will not be Placed in Service by close of the calendar year of the Allocation.

  • Catch-Up Contributions means Salary Reduction Contributions made to the Plan that are in excess of an otherwise applicable Plan limit and that are made by Participants who are Age 50 or over by the end of their taxable years. An “otherwise applicable Plan limit” is a limit in the Plan that applies to Salary Reduction Contributions without regard to Catch-up Contributions, such as the limits on Annual Additions, the dollar limitation on Salary Reduction Contributions under Code Section 402(g) (not counting Catch-up Contributions) and the limit imposed by the Actual Deferral Percentage (ADP) test under Code Section 401(k)(3). Catch-up Contributions for a Participant for a taxable year may not exceed the dollar limit on Catch-up Contributions under Code Section 414(v)(2)(B)(i) for the taxable year. The dollar limit on Catch-up Contributions under Code Section 414(v)(2)(B)(i) is $1,000 for taxable years beginning in 2002, increasing by $1,000 for each year thereafter up to $5,000 for taxable years beginning in 2006 and later years. After 2006, the $5,000 limit will be adjusted by the Secretary of the Treasury for cost-of-living increases under Code Section 414(v)(2)(C). Any such adjustments will be in multiples of $500.

  • Qualified Nonelective Contributions means contributions other than Matching Contributions or Qualified Matching Contributions) made by the Employer and allocated to participants’ accounts that the participants may not elect to receive in cash until distributed from the Plan; that are nonforfeitable when made to the Plan; and that are distributable only in accordance with the distribution provisions (other than for hardships) applicable to Pre-Tax Contributions.

  • Employer Contributions means all amounts paid into ASRS by an

  • Third Allocation of Principal means, with respect to any Payment Date, an amount equal to (1) the excess, if any, of (a) the sum of the Class A Note Balance, the Class B Note Balance and the Class C Note Balance as of such Payment Date (before giving effect to any principal payments made on the Class A Notes, the Class B Notes and the Class C Notes on such Payment Date) over (b) the Pool Balance as of the end of the related Collection Period minus (2) the sum of the First Allocation of Principal and the Second Allocation of Principal for such Payment Date; provided, however, that the Third Allocation of Principal on and after the Final Scheduled Payment Date for the Class C Notes shall not be less than the amount that is necessary to reduce the outstanding principal amount of the Class C Notes to zero (after the application of the First Allocation of Principal and the Second Allocation of Principal).

  • Company Matching Contributions means any contributions made to the Company Matching Account of a Participant by a Participating Employer as provided for in Section 4.02.

  • Member contributions means all amounts paid to ASRS by a member.