combined Trust

combined Trust

An NHS Trust (UK) which provides services in mental health and in acute or primary care.
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According to a Social Security and Medicare Board of Trustees report published in May 2013, the combined trust funds for the two old-age entitlements will be exhausted in 2033.
Social Security's total expenditures have exceeded non-interest income of its combined trust funds since 2010, and the Trustees estimate that Social Security cost will exceed non-interest income throughout the 75-year projection period.
Orrstown Financial Advisors manages over $1 billion in combined trust and brokerage assets with a staff of more than 30 professionals.
The co-op board, which had never dealt with a combined trust, required the trust documents be reviewed by Corporate Counsel (this is common practice) along with other pertinent details in order to determine if a board package should be submitted.
Since it merged with Heartlands and Solihull hospitals last year, the combined trust reported 324 cases, at a rate of 3.
The new combined Trust being planned would be pounds 39m in the red.
EDS: ADDING MORE INFO, FIXING FUGURE OF COMBINED TRUST ASSETS TO BE MANAGED)
Under this scenario, after the combined trust funds had been fully depleted, benefit payments would be adjusted each year to equal annual tax income.
It was actually Don Tilson who, a few weeks later, skilfully combined Trust the Post's two most important staples - the Looking Back feature and complaining - in one compact package.
Three of the organizations combined trust and other special funds.
Their decision is a blow to Moray Health Services who had fought to retain its own combined trust.
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