lump-sum payment

lump-sum payment

A payment of all principal and interest at the maturity of a promissory note.
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According to the relevant Order of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, provision of martyrs' heirs with a lump-sum payment (AZN 11 thousand) is underway, the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population told APA.
Given the fact Newcastle will be a top-flight side again for the 2019/20 campaign, they will be due another lump-sum payment in July, too.
According to the WHD, the determinative issue is "the compensatory nature of the payment, i.e., whether the payment is for services provided by the employee." This standard applies regardless of whether a lump-sum payment is one-time or occasional.
The SSDI determination process can take up to several years, and when the determination is finalized, the agency issues a retroactive lump-sum payment dating as far back as the initial request; the IRS considers this lump-sum payment as income for a single year rather than multiple years, and the added income can bump the individuals yearly income above the threshold for ACA subsidies.
The authors suggest a novel contracting strategy whereby the state would make a deal with one company that manufactures a drug for a lump-sum payment, in return for which the company would provide a 100 percent rebate on drug purchases for the state's Medicaid recipients during the contract.
The SSA sent the IRS a Form SSA-1099, Social Security Benefit Statement, reporting the lump-sum payment. Applying the formula set forth in Secs.
The couple has opted for the lump-sum payment, which is $2.3 million after taxes.
Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) has completed a lump-sum offer for eligible former associates who have deferred vested benefits under the company's US pension plan to receive the value of their entire pension benefit in a lump-sum payment.
THE ex-wife of a green energy tycoon has been awarded a "modest" lump-sum payment of PS300,000 in final settlement of the couple's divorce cash battle.
and Kia Motors are also offering an option of a lump-sum payment. The companies put a figure to it Monday, saying Hyundai would pay up to $210 million and Kia up to $185 million.
The Wall Street Journal gleefully reported that Janet Robinson -- The Times Co.'s former chief executive -- is eligible for the lump-sum payment. Her pension is estimated to be $11.4 million.
The tax treatment of the lump-sum payment is normally more complicated.