Definition of Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity


Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity means a series of equal monthly payments, payable for the life of the Employee, provided, that if the Employee dies before receiving 120 such payments, such payments shall continue to be paid to the Employee's beneficiary designated pursuant to Section 8 until the total number of such payments made to the Employee and such beneficiary equals 120. (n)

Examples of Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity in a sentence

If the Employee's Separation from Service or Disability occurs on or after the date the Employee has attained age 55, the Employee will be deemed to have retired, and MGE will pay or cause to be paid to the Employee, with respect to the earlier to occur of such events, the Income Continuation Amount for a retired Employee in the form of a Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity.
If the Employee's Separation from Service or Disability occurs before the Employee has attained age 55, MGE will pay or cause to be paid to the Employee, with respect to the earlier to occur of such events, the Income Continuation Amount for a terminated Employee in the form of a Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity.
If a Participant is not married when the payment of his or her Net Executive SERP Benefit commences under this Article 3, such benefit shall be paid in the form of a Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity.
This Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity shall be the Actuarial Equivalent of the Joint and 75 Percent Survivor Annuity determined under section 3.2(b)(2), 3.3(b)(2), or 3.4(b)(2), as applicable (which shall be valued assuming that the Participants Beneficiary is the same age as the Participant).
If such Participant is unmarried at the time of such Participant's separation from Service, such Participant's Early Retirement Benefit shall be payable in the form of a Ten-Year Certain and Life Annuity in a monthly amount equal to one-twelfth 12) of the annual amount of such Participant's Early Retirement Benefit.