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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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Whipple's stock options are fully vested as of the date of grant.
The options are to vest one-third in 12 months and then in additional one-third increments every 12 months thereafter until fully vested.
GMI said that Zuckerberg exercised 60 million stock options, granted in 2005 and fully vested by 2010, at a strike price of just six cents and when the social media giant went for its public debut, its CEO's worth vaulted more than 2 billion dollars on the difference.
It allows rank-and-file employees--as well as highly compensated employees--to receive employer contributions that are fully vested right away.
Kunda participated in the program, but was terminated in 2008 before some of her compensation was fully vested.
Under the agreement, House has received a one-time grant of 5,000 fully vested shares of United Security's common stock.
4 Fully Vested Saks is brimming with fun furs, from Adrienne Landau's cheery little neck loops ($175) to a best-selling leopard vest ($475) that's so chic, lightweight and sexy you'll want to wear it indoors and out Saks Fifth Avenue, 3501 S.
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.
In exchange for his fully vested shares with a basis of $10, shareholder X, an executive of the target, receives restricted shares valued at $100.
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.