eligibility rules

eligibility rules,

n.pl the conditions that define who may be entitled to dental benefits, when persons first become entitled to such benefits, and any provisions that determine how long an individual remains entitled to benefits.
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The design of the system is the result of collaboration with industry leaders, with the objective of supporting a wide range of complex eligibility rules that can be configured by plan providers.
Others simply do not meet the DEC's eligibility rules and eligibility guidance for the BCP.
Although the grantor trust transfer in the ruling did not generate any adverse tax consequences, tax advisers should exercise considerable caution in using this strategy for Medicaid planning purposes, because the Medicaid eligibility rules can vary from state to state.
These and other important questions about eligibility rules, determination and monitoring procedures can be addressed in an eligibility audit performed by a qualified external vendor--assuming you've laid the groundwork (see sidebar on page 43).
In many cases private annuities are an excellent vehicle to transfer assets to a related party and not run afoul of the Medicaid eligibility rules.
But labor experts and union leaders are concerned that a Bush administration effort to change overtime eligibility rules could eventually trickle down to the state level, as local politicians seek to boost California's business-friendly image.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruling closes Canada's legal system to a woman seeking changes in the Employment Insurance eligibility rules on the basis that they were discriminatory against women and parents.
New eligibility rules bar individuals, for three years or longer, from taking part in the program if convicted of a crime or found civilly liable for misconduct in relation to the program.
Eligibility rules work against low-wage workers, the report concludes.
But Murphy's account is premised on a misstatement of the eligibility rules for burial at Arlington that would have applied to Douglas, Under Sec.
Specifically, the bill would prohibit HCFA from issuing anything regarding the legal standards governing the scope of benefits, the payment rates or eligibility rules except by regulation, and then only prospectively, so that no retroactive regulations would be issued.
A final point: If you don't cut corners in your recruiting, if you don't bring in losers to play for you, if you don't monkey with the eligibility rules, if you don't allow just anybody to help you recruit, if you keep your players out of bars, and if You keep a close check on their associations.
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