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Annual Addition

In a defined-contribution plan, the maximum contribution an annuitant may make to a qualifying retirement account per year. The annual addition is usually the lesser amount of a percentage of income or a certain dollar amount, the latter of which is indexed to inflation.
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Annual additions limit for defined contribution plans.
The second largest capacity at the end of 2013 was in the USA where total capacity was 61,091MW but annual additions only amounted to 1,084MW.
During his keynote address, Rizwan Razvi, President NEW-G said, "Pakistan needs to create 36 million jobs over the next 10 years to absorb annual additions to its workforce.
During his keynote address, Rizwan Rizvi, President NEW-G said, "Pakistan needs to create 36 million jobs over the next 10 years to absorb annual additions to its workforce.
Unfortunately both adult and young birds are a tasty treat for many predators and the short-lived nature of the birds (they only live for two or three years) has meant establishing a meaningful population without the need of annual additions has proved elusive.
Dar said Pakistan's prosperity requires an acceleration of economic growth, which currently averaging about three per cent annually, with a rapid generation of jobs, especially for youth to absorb annual additions to the workforce.
The amount of contributions allocated to any individual participant generally cannot exceed the limitation on annual additions.
Learning this can come only through annual additions to the database of who is adopting and how the use of a technology is changing.
The report sees "a world moving from a long period in which reserves additions were much greater than consumption, to an era in which annual additions are falling increasingly short of annual consumption.
Boosted by these factors, the relative share of Mainland Europe in terms of annual additions of gas turbines will fall from about 73 per cent in 2004 to about 42 per cent in 2010, while central and eastern Europe is expected to expand rapidly from 9.
Current law imposes a "25 percent of pay" limit on each participant's annual additions (the sum of elective deferrals, matching contributions and employer contributions).
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