Net cash balance

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Net cash balance

Beginning cash balance plus cash receipts minus cash disbursements.

Net Cash Balance

The amount of money in an account. It is calculated by adding the initial deposit to all subsequent deposits and then subtracting all disbursements. A positive net cash balance indicates that money is present and available in the account, while a negative one indicates that the account is overdrawn.
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Specifically, the employer match on 401(k) deferrals was suspended, and the DB plan was amended to provide for a minimum annual crediting to employees' cash balance plan "accounts" equal to 3 percent of their compensation.
Four major employers in my Congressional District offer their employees cash balance pension plans.
For a free PDF download of the 2011 Cash Balance Research Report, click here.
Since they will be deducted from cash fairly soon, should overdrafts be netted back against the cash balance in other accounts in the cash flow statement, which could mean reporting a negative cash balance?
LOS ANGELES -- Payden/Kravitz will host the first ever national Cash Balance Summit on Saturday, March 5, in Las Vegas, bringing together retirement industry leaders to discuss key issues related to Cash Balance Plans, the fastest growing sector of the retirement plan market.
A proposed new accounting approach for determining liabilities in cash balance pensions would artificially drive up the liabilities for many of these plans on corporate balance sheets, according to experts at Watson Wyatt.
By reviewing cash flow projections for the next several months, you can identify a minimum projected cash balance.
Kravitz Analysis: Regulations Reduce Employer Investment Risk and Minimize Funding Issues; Cash Balance Retirement Plan Growth Will Accelerate
FEI's Committee on Benefits Finance Comments to the IRS on Cash Balance Plans
Cash balance pension plans have been adopted by increasing numbers of retirement plan sponsors since they were first introduced in 1985, especially as traditional "defined benefit" pension plans are converted to cash balance plans.
95), a highly accessible guide to Cash Balance retirement plans.
The fact that the existing final-average-pay plan provided subsidized early retirement benefits also made cash balance an attractive and timely alternative.