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nonelective

adjective Referring to an unplanned hospital admission—i.e., emergency or urgent—which was not previously arranged.
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A 401(k) plan can be designed so that employees' ownership in employer matching or nonelective contributions becomes vested over time, subject to a vesting schedule.
This study evaluated the use of azithromycin adjunctive therapy, in addition to standard antibiotic prophylaxis, to reduce the risk of postoperative infections in women receiving nonelective c-sections.
Matching and nonelective contributions can be made after the close of the tax year to which they are attributable, provided they are made before the due date for filing the employer's federal income tax return for the taxable year (including extensions).
The number of PCIs in patients with a diagnosis of AMI or whose procedures were deemed nonelective declined from 500,000 in 2006 to 439,000 in 2008 (- 12 percent).
Nonelective contribution--A mandatory contribution made by an employer towards his or her eligible employees' SIMPLE IRAs without regard to salary reduction contributions made by the employee.
The issue of tax consistency also arises in nonelective contexts.
On average there were 236 nonelective hospital admissions per day; 19% of these patients had a discharge diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, and 16% had a discharge diagnosis of respiratory disease.
Effective for taxable years beginning after 2009, an income tax credit is provided for eligible small employers for nonelective contributions to purchase health insurance for their employees.
Small Employee Health Insurance Credit: A new credit is provided for a qualified small employer for nonelective contributions to purchase health insurance for its employees.
The amount of nonelective contributions paid by the eligible small employer on behalf of employees under the arrangement during the taxable year, and
A qualified salary reduction arrangement is defined as a written arrangement of an "eligible employer" (defined below) under which (i) employees eligible to participate may elect to receive payments in cash or contribute them to a SIMPLE IRA, (ii) the amount to which such an election applies must be expressed as a percentage of compensation and may not exceed $11,500 per year (in 2010); but the amount of the contribution may also be expressed as a dollar amount, (iii) the employer must make matching contributions or nonelective contributions to the account according to one of the formulas described below, and (iv) no contributions other than those described in (i) and (iii) may be made to the account.
Employer nonelective contributions--made by the employer on behalf of employees and not conditioned upon employee elective deferrals (if immediately 100 percent vested and subject to certain withdrawal restrictions, they are known as "qualified nonelective contributions").