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Dependent

Acceptance of a capital budgeting project contingent on the acceptance of another project.

Dependent

An individual for whom another individual is financially responsible. For example, if a working mother has a child, the child is her dependent. Likewise, if a man is taking care of his father in his old age, the father is a dependent. One may normally receive a tax credit for dependents. See also: Child Tax Credit.

Dependent

An individual who qualifies to be claimed as a dependent exemption on another person's income tax return.
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A dependent care assistance program (DCAP) is a separate written plan of an employer for the exclusive benefit of providing employees with payment for or the provision of services, which, if paid for by the employee, would be considered employment-related expenses under IRC Section 21(b)(2).
1, the city has 3,600 employees enrolled in conventional family health insurance plans, with nearly 7,100 spouses and dependents covered as well.
* cost of a housekeeper/sitter for children or other dependents cared for at home.
Does this replicate, to some degree, the model of one head of household with dependents of early America or does it mean we have swung to the opposite end of the continuum of household organization?
So significant are the trends of parents simultaneously caring for elders, that this generation of parents has been described as the "sandwich generation." Longer working hours exacerbate the challenge of providing quality care for this variety of dependents. These trends indicate that a growing number of employed individuals must balance heavy workloads with traditional and new care-giving demands.
Without the insertion of these specific subsections covering specific dependents, dependents in these three situations would not qualify a parent as a surviving spouse or for certain other benefits discussed later:
It also stood firm with mining dependents in their time of crisis and had even participated in protests in New Delhi in December, last year."
On average, 28.9 percent of AYA who were enrolled as dependents exited their dependent coverage (while their family remained insured) during the prereform period (51.9 percent were <19 years old when they exited coverage, Table 1), dropping to 16.1 percent in the poststate reform period (33.7 percent were <19 years), and further to 9.8 percent in the postfederal reform period (24.2 percent were <19 years; p < .01).
If you leave funds or convertible assets directly to your dependent with special needs, they may have to be 'spent down' in order to qualify for these important benefits.
'The families of the dependents said the greatest factor of their deferment is the cost of rehabilitation,' he said.
The after-care, transformation, and reintegration program for drug dependents has various initiatives to address to the recovering drug dependents.
Many employers have implemented dependent verification (DV) programs, which aim to reduce employee benefits costs by ensuring that ineligible persons are not enrolled in their health insurance plans as dependents.