The loss for the quarter and lower earnings for the year ended December 31, 2016 were primarily attributable to the Bank's settlement of its qualified pension plan
liability during the quarter, as described below.
In the lawsuit evoking this ruling, a broker/dealer (B/D) that provided services to a qualified pension plan
purchased interests in certain properties, at the direction of an unrelated fiduciary, in an arrangement that constituted a prohibited transaction.
qualified pension plan
(the Plan ), the Company has entered into an agreement (the Agreement ) with Principal Life Insurance Company ( The Principal ).
A fully insured qualified pension plan
, the 412(i) is exempt from the complex IRC Section 412 funding rules that apply to all other defined benefit plans.
However, a technical advice memorandum indicates that the term costs of life insurance protection (unlike the results under a qualified pension plan
) will be treated as (nondeductible) employee contributions for estate tax purposes.
Upon retirement under a qualified pension plan
, married workers and their spouses are often faced with making a difficult decision regarding the desired payout election.
* Schedule T (Qualified Pension Plan
Coverage Information) is no longer required;
Frequently used by qualified pension plan
administrators and municipalities to fund debt.
and Nichimen Corp., said it posted the special loss due to a three-year restructuring program that includes the conversion of its tax qualified pension plan
into a 401(k) pension plan and a workforce downsizing.
If you pull $10,000 from your qualified pension plan
, you will face an automatic 10% penalty imposed by the federal government unless you meet several exceptions to this rule.
Certain transactions between a qualified pension plan
and a disqualified person are prohibited to prevent misuse of funds.
The basic distinctions between ESOPs and non-ESOP stock bonus plans are twofold: (i) whereas a stock bonus plan may be primarily or fully invested in employer securities, and ESOP must be primarily invested in employer securities, and (ii) ESOPs may be leveraged and may receive credit from the sponsoring company, a feature which is not permitted to any other type of qualified pension plan