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compensated

/com·pen·sat·ed/ (kom´pen-sa″tid) counterbalanced; offset.
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Alternatively, the minimum benefit standard can be satisfied on the basis of the average benefit accruals or allocations provided to nonhighly compensated employees in a separate line of business.
The plan fails the test, however, under the new law since there is greater than a 125% difference or 2% differential between the highly compensated employee and non-highly compensated employee.
Each nonhighly compensated employee of the separate line of business who benefits under a plan accrues a benefit for the plan year that equals or exceeds either the definied benefit minimum in paragraph (e)(2)(iii) of this section or the defined contribution minimum in paragraph (e)(2)(iv) of this section .
PHOTO : THERMALLY COMPENSATED RECIPROCATING SCREW Heat conductors inside the screw developed by by injection molder Wolf Engineering are said to provide precise compensation necessary to prevent random overheating and underheating.
These analyses originally were done to support use of nonqualified plans by highly compensated employees as an alternative to participation in companies' 401(k) plans.
These positions will be well compensated and will have performance incentives, as do other corporate executives.
401(k) contribution, the employee may "give up" all or a portion of his share of die ADP for highly compensated employees.
Under this procedure, highly compensated employees commit their pension money only into plan A during the plan year.
An age-weighted formula is one method of restoring a profit-sharing allocation to older, more highly compensated employees who may otherwise have their benefits reduced because.
The corporation owned and managed three automobile dealerships and compensated the shareholder-manager with a base salary plus bonus based on the dealerships' pretax profits.
Beacon Research Partners has been compensated $6,000 dollars by Compass International Consultants for the creation of this report.
132-3(a)(6) states that the exclusion from gross income applies to highly compensated employees only if the discount is available on substantially the same terms to each member of a group, defined under a reasonable classification, that does not discriminate in favor of highly compensated employees.