People were considered to be saving adequately
if they were aged over 30 and putting at least 12% of their income away for retirement, including any employer contributions into a pension, or their main retirement income was expected to come from a "gold plated" defined benefits pension scheme, such as a final salary pension.
Just over a third (36%) of self-employed women were found to be saving adequately
for retirement, compared with 47% of self-employed men and 58% of employed women.
did not adequately
review voidable transactions, including unfair preferences and uncommercial transactions, or alternatively, failed to adequately
document that review, and
The doctors said vegetable and fruits that are otherwise advised to be taken skinned and in raw form must not only be adequately
washed but also preferably left for a while in clean, salty water.
In each case, 100% of the banks were either Well Capitalized or Adequately
13 percent feel their plans may not adequately
cover basic medical care, including preventive care.
The difference between improving well and improving adequately
may seem an arcane point to some, but in the criteria used by the Audit Commission it amounts to a distinct reversal of fortune.
In the event the NAIC decides no changes should be made, we will need to think of other options that are available to adequately
regulate the reinsurance business in the United States.
Relocates to PGI, procedures for defining the geographical area to be covered by mortuary services contracts and procedures for distribution of those contracts; deletes a contract clause containing facility requirements for mortuary services, as these requirements are adequately
addressed in state law; and deletes unnecessary requirements relating to contracting for laundry and dry cleaning services.
It's a well-made fright fest that boasts decent portrayals of adequately
written characters, good makeup effects, an actual thought or two - and more than enough gross-out shocks to keep your little brother happy.
In particular, it describes how an adviser may commit fraud by failing to disclose adequately
potential conflicts of interests with clients, as opposed to affirmative misrepresentations to clients.
Using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, researchers studied 1,165 women who had a singleton first birth between 1981 and 1994, were interviewed both just before and during that pregnancy; and had been adequately
employed (neither receiving poverty wages nor working part-time involuntarily) at the first interview.