The control of urban development by a local government authority, from which a license must be obtained to build a new property or change an existing one
the local planning authority
(plan) A debtor's detailed description of how the debtor proposes to pay creditors' claims over a fixed period of time.
(Plan) means a defined benefit plan within the meaning of section 3(35) of ERISA that is covered by title IV of ERISA.
(401(K)plan) A qualified profit-sharing or thrift plan that allows eligible employees the option of putting moneyinto the plan or receiving the funds as cash. ...
(PLAN) A pre-ACT test that also assists students with their career and college planning. Typically PLAN is administered in the fall of the sophomore year in high school.
The Plan is the Oregon College Savings Plan.
(PLAN) A horizontal, graphic representational section of a building.
(401(k) Plan) In this type of defined contribution plan, the employee can make contributions from his or her paycheck before taxes are taken out. The contributions go into a 401(k) account, with the employee often choosing the investments based on options provided under the plan. ...
The project plan basically outlines those related to the project – or the who, what and when. The plan is used to ensure a successful project deliverables. That’s why the plan is considered to be the main tool to control the project. ...
(plan) detailed illustration of a house that shows the internal layout and dimensions and the position of the house on the land.
The plan is the Minnesota College Savings Plan. It is administered by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, and the money is invested by the State Board of Investment of the State of Minnesota. TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc. (TFI) serves as Program Manager.
(Plan) means the Public Service Health Care Plan;
(504 Plan) The plan for students identified as having a disability under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act; describes what accommodations will be provided to help the child have the same access as regular education students to an education.
(Plan) A group or individual health policy; a service plan contract; a preferred provider organization; a health maintenance organization.
(Plan) A scheme, method or design for the attainment of some objective or to achieve something.
(PLAN) Often referred to as the “pre-ACT”, it is a practice test for the ACT (see ACT) assessment exam. The PLAN test is offered in the sophomore year of high school.
(401(K) Plan) A type of qualified retirement plan in which employees make salary-reduced, pre-tax contributions to an employee trust. In many cases, the employer will match employee contributions up to a specified level.
(401(K) plan) A tax-deferred investment and savings plan that serves as a personal retirement fund for employees.
(Plan) A diagram drawn to show the shape of a building and the arrangement of its parts.
((finger) plan) (n.) a set of quotations, phrases, or other ramblings that a student saves in an Alpha (q.v.) account in order that they may appear when another student fingers (q.v. ...
(2. The (Equity) “Plan”) Almost without exception, when employees are granted long-term incentive compensation, there is prepared a formal “Plan” which sets down, in effect, all of the rules, regulations and procedures applicable to that “share scheme. ...
(401(K) PLAN) A savings retirement plan, set up by an employer, that allows workers to set aside a portion of their wages and salaries.
(401(K) Plan) Allows employees to receive cash or to have employer contributions from profit-sharing and stock bonus plans placed into a tax-deferred account.
(401(k) Plan) A program in which employees of participating companies automatically transfer a percentage of their pre-tax salaries into mutual funds; companies often match a certain percentage of these funds to encourage employees to save.
(401(k) Plan) EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN authorized by INTERNAL REVENUE CODE section 401(k), whereby an employer establishes an account for each participating employee and each participant elects to deposit a portion of his or her salary into the account. ...
(401(k) plan) A portion of your earnings is deducted and placed in a qualified retirement plan.