Definition of Tax Limitations

  1. Tax Limitations means Code sections 401(a), 415, 402(g), or 401(a)(17) to the extent such Code sections limit the benefits that may be provided to certain Participants under the Savings Plan and the Savings Plan provisions and administrative procedures adopted by the Plan Administrator to ensure compliance of the Savings Plan with such Code sections.

Examples of Tax Limitations in a sentence

  1. (hh) Tax Limitations shall mean Code sections 401(a), 415, 402(g), or 401(a)(17) to the extent such Code sections limit the benefits that may be provided to certain Participants under the Savings Plan and the Savings Plan provisions and administrative procedures adopted by the Plan Administrator to ensure compliance of the Savings Plan with such Code sections.

Definition of Tax Limitations in Amended and Restated

Tax Limitations means the limitations on benefits imposed by Sections 415(b) of the Code or the limitations on creditable salary imposed by Section 401(a)(17) of the Code, or both, and, with respect to Plan Years beginning before January 1, 2000, Section 415(e) of the Code.


Definition of Tax Limitations in Deferred Compensation Plan

Tax Limitations means Code sections 401(a), 415, 402(g), or 401(a)(17) to the extent such Code sections limit the benefits that may be provided to certain Participants under the Savings Plan and the Savings Plan provisions and administrative procedures adopted by the Plan Administrator to ensure compliance of the Savings Plan with such Code sections.