Other Retirement Plan definition

Other Retirement Plan means the state retirement plans specified in A.R.S. § 38-921, other than the ASRS, or a retirement plan of a charter city as specified in A.R.S. § 38-730.
Other Retirement Plan s cost” means the amount determined by the ASRS pursuant to R2-8-1102(D).
Other Retirement Plan s cost” means the amount deter- mined by the ASRS pursuant to R2-8-1102(D).

Examples of Other Retirement Plan in a sentence

  • Other Retirement Plan The State of South Carolina also provides an optional retirement plan (“ORP”).

  • If a member elects to transfer service credit to the Other Retirement Plan, the member shall ensure that the Other Retirement Plan submits a fund request on the Other Retirement Plan’s letterhead by the due date specified in subsection (B) to the ASRS with the fol- lowing information:1.

  • IRA, 401(k) or Other Retirement Plan Your IRA, 401(k) or other retirement plan is transferred by a beneficiary designation.

  • Upon completing the calculations specified in subsection (A), the ASRS shall submit the calculations and member information to the Other Retirement Plan with a due date for the Other Retirement Plan to submit a fund request to the ASRS pursuant to subsection (C).C.

  • In the event that all or a portion of a Participant’s Qualified and Other Retirement Plan Accounts are paid out prior to the applicable benefit calculation date under any provision of Section 5 of the Plan, the value of such Accounts at termination shall be the amount distributed Accumulated with Interest to the date of termination.

  • Under the IGA, the City will be responsible for providing access to its property, expeditiously reviewing and acting on permit applications for the Wetlands Mitigation Project, posting signage, and protecting the Wetlands Mitigation Project site in perpetuity.

  • UnionNon-UnionHas Employer-Provided Pension 75.9% or Other Retirement Plan 82.6% Has Employer-Provided Health CoverageTable 1: Employer Benefits by Union Status, Washington(in percentages)55.4%68.9%Source: Author’s analysis of 2014-2018 Current Population Survey, Annual Social and Economic Supplement.

  • The Actuarial Present Value necessary to transfer full service credit to the Other Retirement Plan.

  • In the event that all or a portion of a Participant's Qualified and Other Retirement Plan Accounts are paid out prior to the applicable benefit calculation date under any provision of Article V of the Plan, the value of such Accounts at termination shall be the amount distributed Accumulated with Interest to the date of termination.

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More Definitions of Other Retirement Plan

Other Retirement Plan means any other retirement plan, system or program (i) (a) which is sponsored or maintained by Citicorp or one of its affiliates or (b) to which Citicorp or one of its affiliates contributes, including, without limitation, a retirement plan, system or program (other than Social Security or a plan determined by the Committee to be a counterpart thereto) sponsored, offered, maintained or mandated by a government or other public jurisdiction and (ii) which provides retirement or disability income to a Participant or the spouse or beneficiary thereof; provided, however, that the term Other Retirement Plan does not include any plan described in clauses (i) through (iv) of the definition of Offset Plan.
Other Retirement Plan means, with respect to any Participant, (i) any defined benefit pension plan, whether or not tax qualified, (including without limitation any such plan that is a "cash balance" plan) maintained by any employer other than one of the GPU Companies with which the Participant was employed at any time prior to his or her Retirement, and (ii) any individual contract between the Participant and any of the GPU Companies, or between the Participant and any such other employer, under which the Participant is entitled to receive, upon his or her retirement or other termination of employment, a benefit that is defined as, or as the actuarial equivalent of, a
Other Retirement Plan means (A) any defined benefit pension plan, whether or not tax qualified, (including without limitation any such plan that is a "cash balance" plan) maintained by any former employer with which you were employed at any time prior to April 17, 2000, and (B) any individual contract between you and such other former employer under which you are entitled to receive, upon or at any time after your retirement or other termination of employment with such former employer, a benefit that is defined as, or as the actuarial equivalent of, a fixed amount of annual income payable for your lifetime.

Related to Other Retirement Plan

  • Supplemental Retirement Plan means (i) the Company’s Amended and Restated Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan, (ii) the Company’s Supplemental Management Retirement Plan, (iii) the Company’s Amended and Restated Top Hat Restoration Plan, and (iv) the Company’s Defined Contribution Restoration Plan.

  • Normal Retirement means retirement from active employment with the Company or any Subsidiary on or after age 65.

  • Qualifying Retirement means the Employee’s voluntary termination of employment after the Employee has (i) attained (X) age sixty-five (65), (Y) age fifty-five (55) with ten (10) Years of Service as a full-time employee of the Partnership or any of its Affiliates, or (Z) an age which, when added to such Years of Service of the Employee equals at least seventy-five (75), and (ii) previously delivered a written notice of retirement to the Partnership and on the date of retirement the Employee has satisfied the minimum applicable advance written notice requirement set forth below: Age at Voluntary Termination Number of Years of Advance Notice 58 or younger 59 60 or older 3 years 2 years 1 year By way of illustration, and without limiting the foregoing, if (i) the Employee is eligible to retire at age fifty-nine (59) after ten (10) Years of Service, (ii) the Employee gives two (2) years notice at age fifty-eight (58) that the Employee intends to retire at age sixty (60), and (iii) the Employee later terminates employment at age fifty-nine (59), then the Employee’s retirement at age fifty-nine (59) would not constitute a Qualifying Retirement. However, if (i) the Employee is eligible to retire at age fifty-nine (59) after ten (10) Years of Service, (ii) the Employee gives two (2) years notice at age fifty-eight (58) that the Employee intends to retire at age sixty (60), and (iii) the Employee terminates employment upon reaching age sixty (60), then the Employee’s retirement at age sixty (60) would constitute a Qualifying Retirement.

  • Retirement Plans means the retirement income, supplemental executive retirement, excess benefits and retiree medical, life and similar benefit plans providing retirement perquisites, benefits and service credit for benefits at least as great in value in the aggregate as are payable thereunder prior to a Change in Control.

  • Approved Retirement means any voluntary termination of employment that occurs on or after the date on which the sum of your age and years of employment with Deluxe and/or its Affiliates equals at least seventy-five (75) and that is approved by the Compensation Committee of the Board.

  • Normal Retirement Date means the later of the Normal Retirement Age or Termination of Employment.

  • Individual retirement account means a trust, custodial arrangement, or annuity under Section 408(a) or (b), Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (26 U.S.C. Section 408 (1986)).

  • Normal Retirement Age means age 65.

  • Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the benefit payable to a Participant pursuant to this Plan by reason of his termination of employment with the Company and all Affiliates for any reason other than death.

  • Deferred Retirement Date means the last day of the Plan Year in which a Participant terminated Service after his Normal Retirement Date.

  • Supplemental Retirement Income Benefit means an annual amount (before taking into account federal and state income taxes), payable in monthly installments throughout the Payout Period. Such benefit is projected pursuant to the Agreement for the purpose of determining the Contributions to be made to the Retirement Income Trust Fund (or Phantom Contributions to be recorded in the Accrued Benefit Account). The annual Contributions and Phantom Contributions have been actuarially determined, using the assumptions set forth in Exhibit A, in order to fund for the projected Supplemental Retirement Income Benefit. The Supplemental Retirement Income Benefit for which Contributions (or Phantom Contributions) are being made (or recorded) is set forth in Exhibit A.

  • Disability retirement for plan 1 members, means the period

  • Retirement Plan means a plan which provides retirement benefits to you and which is not funded wholly by your contributions. The term shall not include a profit-sharing plan, informal salary continuation plan, registered retirement savings plan, stock ownership plan, 401(K) or a non-qualified plan of deferred compensation.

  • Disability Retirement Date means the first day of the month after which a Participant incurs a Disability.

  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan means a pension plan in which the benefits to be paid, or the basis for determining such benefits, are established in advance and the contributions are intended to provide the stated benefits.

  • Normal Retirement Benefit means the benefit described in Section 2.1.

  • Retirement Eligible means that the Participant has either attained age 60 and completed 10 years of Service as an Employee or attained age 65 and completed five years of Service as an Employee.

  • Eligible Retirement Plan means an individual retirement account described in Section 408(a) of the Code, an individual retirement annuity described in Section 408(b) of the Code, an annuity plan described in Section 403(a) of the Code, or a qualified trust described in Section 401(a) of the Code, that accepts the Distributee's Eligible Rollover Distribution. However, in the case of an Eligible Rollover Distribution to the surviving Spouse, an Eligible Retirement Plan is an individual retirement account or individual retirement annuity.

  • Earliest Retirement Age means the earliest date on which, under the Plan, the Participant could elect to receive retirement benefits.

  • Pre-Retirement Survivor Benefit means the benefit set forth in Article 6.

  • 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

  • Date of Retirement means the last date of the month in which an employee attains the age of superannuation or the date on which he is retired by the Bank or the date on which the employee voluntarily retires;

  • Retirement Savings Plan means the Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. Retirement Savings Plan, as amended from time to time, together with any similar, succeeding or substitute plan.

  • 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.

  • Designated Retirement Account means any retirement plan or account described or qualified under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, or a subaccount thereof.

  • Social Security Retirement Age means the age used as the retirement age under Section 216(l) of the Social Security Act, applied without regard to the age increase factor and as if the early retirement age under Section 216(l)(2) of such Act were 62.