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Full Vesting

Describing a stock option or qualified retirement plan to which a person is entitled to the benefits of ownership, even if he/she no longer works at the company providing it. Vesting occurs after an employee has worked at the company for a certain number of years; once a benefit is fully vested, the benefits of the stock option or plan cannot be revoked.
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25% of the original number of shares vesting at the end of each subsequent three-month period thereafter until fully vested, subject to the employee's continued service through the applicable vesting dates.
16 per common share, and vesting will occur over a period of two years, with an initial 25 percent of the stock options vesting on the sixth month immediately after the date of grant, followed by an additional 25 percent of the stock options every six months thereafter until fully vested.
The options are to vest one-third in 12 months and then in additional one-third increments every 12 months thereafter until fully vested.
The Tax Court looked to the legislative history behind Section 219 to determine that a taxpayer is considered an "active participant" in a plan if he is accruing benefits during the tax year, even if those benefits are not fully vested.
Under the agreement, House has received a one-time grant of 5,000 fully vested shares of United Security's common stock.
Base salary equal to $300,000 a year; 84,000 salary stock units based on shares of the company's common stock, which will vest in 12 equal monthly installments on the last day of each month; 300,000 fully vested stock options with a per-share exercise price equal to $10.
Anyone who has earned a buck in the saddle is fully vested in the live-and-let-live philosophy, the very foundation of libertarian logic.
401(k) safe harbor, these contributions must be fully vested within two years, rather than immediately.
It takes only 10 years (40 quarters) of work to be fully vested in Social Security and obtain all the given benefits; hence, the winners of amnesty will speed the insolvency of Social Security.
Companies that elect the simplified approach will report the entire amount of the tax benefit that is credited to APIC from options that were fully vested before they adopted Statement no.
If the employee leaves the firm before the stock is fully vested, the company accounts should be credited with the gain.
The progress we've made during the past three decades is undeniable, but the journey to becoming fully vested in the wealth of our national economy has only just begun.