Active Participant

Active Participant

A taxpayer who is covered by an employer-maintained qualified retirement plan, or a qualified self-employed retirement plan, if even for only one day during the year.
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Written by an active participant in children's and women's ministry, A Child's ABCs Of Praise is a deeply spiritual book that skillfully blends learning the alphabet to with learning how to love and praise God.
A metallurgist with a patent and many technical papers to his credit, he served frequently in AFS positions and committees and was an active participant in the Steel Founders' Society of America, Crystal Lake, Ill.
Gus Mancuso from the Army's SADBU office was a very active participant in the workshop bringing with him the added insight of the warfigher's perspective.
Williams helped found the organization in 1969 and has been an active participant ever since.
As an active participant in the industry, Whitman sees challenges ahead for agri-marketing.
As an active participant, BMC Software is taking part in the testing of DB2 V8 in its early release stage.
In those years he was an active participant in the doctrinal controversies in The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod that led to the parish leaving that church, going through a long lawsuit that went all the way to the Supreme Court.
Onyx Vice President of operations George Martin says the company plans to become an active participant in the metals recycling market.
He was an active participant in almost all Standard-Specific Interest Groups reviewing test methods and was a member of the Quality and Standards Management Committee and the ANSI/TAPPI Technical Advisory Group to ISO TC 6.
NIST was a co-host and active participant in the ILAC 2000 General Assembly held in October 2000, in Arlington, VA.
Burke remained an active participant on the Institute's Board of Directors and represented TEI on the IRS Commissioner's Advisory Group.
Residents with identified restorative nursing needs who are awaiting active participant status receive short-effects restorative therapy (i.