Social Security benefit calculations are complicated, but what they boil down to is that, under the Smith plan, the fixed benefit
will stay higher for low-income workers and will be lower for high-income workers.
He has performed miracles in keeping inflation down but in doing so failed to spot the political implications of giving very low increases to people on fixed benefit
For a variety of reasons, including formerly daunting regulatory requirements for smaller companies and a more mobile workforce, defined benefit plans--those that guarantee a fixed benefit
throughout retirement--have dwindled, now covering just 22.
The company sources said the new product will come in line with the implementation in April of a law allowing companies to shift their in-house employees' pension plans to new fixed benefit
If the participant were to take an annuity instead of a lump sum, he could provide at retirement for a fixed benefit
for himself for as long as he lives, with a survivor benefit of up to 100% of his benefit payable after his death.
The most common type of term life insurance is a policy with a fixed benefit
(for example SFr 100,000); however, premiums are lower if you choose cover where the benefit decreases over time, as the risk of your death increases.
The TPA would motivate plan members to shop for their health care by assigning a fixed benefit
to every procedure and pharmaceutical.
The core subsidiaries of the Career Sales Division being acquired by Universal are Pennsylvania Life Insurance Company and PennCorp Life of Canada, which operate through a career agency system selling primarily fixed benefit
accident and health products.
is an insurance holding company whose life insurance subsidiaries underwrite and market mostly life and fixed benefit
accident and sickness insurance.
Through its subsidiaries, the Company underwrites and markets life, annuities and accident and fixed benefit
accident and sickness insurance to the middle market throughout the United States and Canada.
The company provides life insurance and fixed benefit
accident and sickness insurance through several distribution channels including career agents, independent agents and payroll deduction programs.
PennCorp, an insurance holding company whose life subsidiaries underwrite and market mostly life and fixed benefit
accident and sickness insurance, plans to fund the acquisition primarily with proceeds from a private placement of a new series of convertible preferred stock of PennCorp and funds borrowed under an existing credit agreement.