Payment to an annuity or retirement plan.
Alternative word to premium, usually used in connection with personal payments into a pension scheme, or investment based products.
The amount of money the plan member and the employer are required to pay into the pension plan.
A contribution is an amount paid into a superannuation fund or RSA for a specific member. Contributions are normally paid by the member or on behalf of the member by his/her employee. See Regulation 1.03 of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations 1994: ‘contributions'
A principle of valuation that states that the value of any portion of a property is determined by how it affects the performance of the total property. Therefore, a property is considered a combination of features, each of which adds something to the total value based on its contribution to the property's usefulness.
Refers to the flow of revenues from services with rates above cost to those with rates below cost, mainly basic local residential services; specifically, the revenues that flow from toll services to subsidize residential services.
Sales value less variable cost of sales, which may be expressed as total contribution, contribution per unit, or as a percentage of sales.
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That which is contributed; -- either the portion which an individual furnishes to the common stock, or the whole which is formed by the gifts of individuals.
A contribution is the giving of money or anything of value - subject to certain specific statutory exceptions - to a federal candidate or political committee for its use in influencing a federal election.
Any gift, subscription, donation, dues, loans, advance, deposit of money, anything of value, purchase of fund-raising tickets, or transfer of funds knowingly received to support or oppose a candidate or proposition.
A payment, service, or anything of value given to influence an election. According to FEC regulations: a contribution to a federal PAC must be voluntary; the PAC may not accept prohibited funds; and only a limited class of individuals may be solicited; for a non federal PAC, similar rules will apply, varying from State to State.
Payment, by each of several jointly liable, of a share in a loss suffered or an amount paid by one of their number for the common benefit.
The sharing of a payment for a debt or judgment among persons who are all liable for the debt. See RCW 4.22.040.
The principle of contribution applies where a risk is insured twice or more, for example on a travel and household policy, and the two insurers concerned may share the cost of any claim. This means that an individual cannot claim twice on two policies for the same loss which would contravene a key principle of insurance which is that the insured cannot be better off following a loss and claim.
legal doctrine that enables parties sued under joint and several liability to obtain compensation from other parties who may have been legally liable, but who were not proceeded against in the original court action.
A conditional transfer of funds in which there is or may be a need to ensure that the amount provided has been used in accordance with legislative or program requirements. More exactly, a contribution reimburses a recipient for specific expenses meeting conditions defined in the contribution agreement. The conditions concern important aspects such as the identification of the recipient(s), an explanation of how the proposed contribution will help achieve the Program objective, the maximum amount to be paid, the payment basis and schedule, identification of the person empowered to approve, sign and process payment, auditing procedures and criteria for assessing whether the contribution program is effective in achieving its objective.
is a conditional transfer payment to an individual or organization for a specified purpose pursuant to a contribution agreement that is subject to audit and review.
a conditional payment to an organization for a specified purpose as outlined in a contribution agreement that notes conditions for payment and may require an audit.
is a conditional transfer payment to an organization for a specified purpose pursuant to a contribution agreement that is subject to being accounted for and audited.
An irregular and arbitrary imposition or tax leved on the people of a town or country.
Tax. Usually used in the context of a tax increase.
An area of the law dealing with seeking reimbursement from other responsible parties for an appropriate share of damages or expenses.
A reimbursed costs, in a cooperative project, to the Department of Transportation by another governmental unit, department, or individual. (See Work for Other Agencies).
a legal right of a party who is responsible to the victim for reimbursement from another person
an amount of money contributed; "he expected his contribution to be repaid with interest"
Money, services rendered, or other consideration paid to an entity in exchange for ownership in that entity.
An amount of money paid into an account. This can be a 'one off' payment or on a regular basis.
a voluntary payment by parents/caregivers at a school in order to raise supplementary funds for the school or to provide additional resources for students
An unconditional transfer of cash, other assets, forgiveness of debt or in-kind goods to an organization for no consideration.
An unconditional transfer of cash or other assets to an entity or a settlement or cancellation of its liabilities in a voluntary nonreciprocal transfer by another entity acting other than as an owner.