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Accelerated Option

A clause in some insurance contracts allowing a policyholder to access some of the benefits of the policy before he/she otherwise would be able to do so. Very often, the accelerated option allows the holder of a whole life insurance policy to use the savings portion to pay off the remainder of the premiums in a single, lump sum.
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The RACC is helping to strengthened relationships between apprenticeship programs and post-secondary institutions, while also providing apprentices with accelerated options for the attainment of an associate or bachelor degree and the flexibility to pursue higher education wherever life takes them.
These factors, along with flexible options such as starting dates, accelerated options, online degrees, and transfer policies were used to create the ranking.
The accelerated options built into the Fast Start Programs in PMT certificate are designed for students that have at least one year of industry experience.
4 million came from accelerated options, and he received $56,000 in consideration for signing the termination agreement.
All of the accelerated options are held by FAA-licensed and certain salaried employees.
What types of accelerated options facilitate movement through the program?
In the two cases where the stock options were "in-the-money," the value of the accelerated options ranged from $600,000 to $1.
The primary ways in which students accelerate their degree is by coming into a program with a lot of transfer credit and by taking advantage of accelerated options in their program.
As for the holders of the accelerated options, options on approximately 201,000 shares are held by the pilots, with the remainder held by the airline's officers and management employees.
98, all the accelerated options have economic value.
Of the accelerated options, 328,408 options are held by executive officers (of which 228,408 are "in-the-money"), 246,774 options are held by non-employee directors (all of which are "in-the-money"), and 182,514 options are held by other employees (of which 162,514 are "in-the-money").
The Company took the announced action in the strong belief that it is in the best interest of the shareholders, in that the primary purpose of the vesting acceleration is to minimize future compensation expense associated with the accelerated options upon the Company's planned adoption of FASB Statement No.

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