4 edition of The excessive surplus provision (Gephardt Amendment) of H.R. 3 found in the catalog.
The excessive surplus provision (Gephardt Amendment) of H.R. 3
by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Lenore Sek|
|Series||CRS report for Congress -- no. 87-373 E, Report (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- no. 87-373 E, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1987-88, reel 2, fr. 00614|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
bination of the company’s capital, surplus, and “conditional reserve.” FSC requirements for any loan should take into account a particular company’s potential exposure to loss. FSC rat-ings can range from I ($10 million FSC) to XV (over $2 billion FSC). Typically a lender will re-quire a File Size: 89KB. Agent Appointment Agreement – Ma Page 2 of 11 “Customer Representative” has the same meaning as defined in Section , Florida Statutes. “Notice of Approval” means the written notice from Citizens to the Agent accepting the Agent’s offer to beappointed.
The Federal Reserve Banks pay interest on required reserve balances and on excess reserve balances. The Board of Governors has prescribed rules governing the payment of interest by Federal Reserve Banks in Regulation D (Reserve Requirements of Depository Institutions, 12 CFR Part ). Clawback is a provision under which money that’s already been paid out must be returned to the employer or the firm. This is a special contractual clause, used mostly in financial firms, for money paid for services to be returned under special circumstances or events as stated in the contract.
The economic surplus so defined is not contextually specific, and is therefore applicable to all societies and production forms.2 The production of an economic surplus hence requires production beyond the subsistence level of output for a society.3 Within the context of monopoly capitalism, the economic surplus is more specifically defined as. As we show in Online Appendix Section C, the results on excessive intermediation and consumer surplus in Section IV.V continue to hold in this case if demand is given by equation (1), as well as in the case with Shubik and Levitan () demand. (This includes the case of a monopoly seller facing linear demand.)Cited by:
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There are different views regarding the meaning and concept of surplus in financial ing to one school of thought, the balance remaining after deducting the liabilities and share capital from the total of assets is known as ‘surplus‘.In the opinion of the other school, ‘surplus‘ represents the ‘undistributed earnings’ of a company, i.e., the balance of profits.
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Surplus relief satisfies regulatory constraints on excess growth. Ceding commission offsets the acquisition expenses and often includes a profit provision The excessive surplus provision book the reinsurance ceded is profitable.
This replenishes policyholder surplus. An example of such a provision is the right of the reinsurer to increase reinsurance premiums or risk and expense charges to excessive levels forcing the ceding company to prematurely terminate the reinsurance treaty; (4) The ceding insurer must, at specific points in time scheduled in the agreement, terminate or LIFE AND HEALTH REINSURANCE.
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Surplus definition, something that remains above what is used or needed. See more. When a company has a significant investment in inventory, one of the more essential accompanying metrics is the obsolete inventory measurement is needed to derive that portion of the inventory that is no longer usable.
The percentage should be tracked on a trend line and compared to the results of similar businesses, to see if a company is experiencing an unusually large. The rebellion of the first humans (Genesis 3) had a catastrophic effect on all of creation—not just their relationship with God, but also their capacity to draw provision and create wealth from the Fall demonstrates that when we break our relationship with God, we create economic problems, along with all sorts of other evil.
Define surplus. surplus synonyms, surplus pronunciation, surplus translation, English dictionary definition of surplus. adj. Being more than or in excess of what is needed or required: surplus grain.
(Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting. an excess of total assets over total liabilities. Provision definition: The provision of something is the act of giving it or making it available to people who | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
An inventory reserve is an asset contra account that is used to write down the value of inventory. The account contains an estimated charge for inventory that has not been specifically identified, but which the accountant expects to write down the value at which it is currently recorded.
There may be a variety of causes for such a write down, such as the obsolescence, spoilage, or theft. Obsolete inventory is a term that refers to inventory that is at the end of its product life cycle.
This inventory has not been sold or used for a long period of time and is not expected to be. results. This higher expected retum would increase the total profit provision, but not necessarily through a risk-load provision.
policyholders. Note that the opposite is true for the The policyholder should be willing to pay a premium for coverage from a company with a relatively secure surplus position. A surplus is a positive value and is the sum by which government revenues are greater than government spending during a set period, usually a Author: Julia Kagan.
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Specific Stop-Loss is the form of excess risk coverage that provides protection for the employer against a high claim on any one individual. This is protection against abnormal severity of a single claim rather than abnormal frequency of claims in total.
Specific stop-loss is also known as individual stop-loss. ADVERTISEMENTS: This article throws light upon the top eight sources of surplus. The sources are: 1. Earned Surplus 2. Capital Surplus 3. Surplus from Unrealised Appreciation of Assets 4. Surplus from Realised Appreciation of Assets 5.
Surplus from Mergers, Consolidations and Reorganisations 6. Surplus from Reduction of Share Capital 7. Surplus from Secret Reserves 8. [ ]. In his annual address to Congress, the President argues against protective tariffs, which he claims are creating an excessive surplus.
High tariffs were adopted during the Civil War to protect American industrial interests as a temporary measure; they remained in force, however, after the war.
Provision for Bond Losses in Statutory Requirements: Asset Valuation Reserve AVR is a liability, set aside in Life Annual Statements to absorb losses and protect statutory surplus against large fluctuations. AVR is also considered by many to be “above the line surplus.” However, AVR does affect.
Abstract. The Scarce Currency Clause (SCC) in the IMF’s Articles of Agreement (Article VII) was originally designed to establish an effective, automatic mechanism to stimulate the surplus countries to adopt adjustment policies and to correct chronic imbalances.
The clause formally authorises countries with a chronic deficit to apply trade discrimination against a surplus country, by imposing Author: Rosario Patalano. The 'Green Book' provides background information for the calculation of Standard Spending Assessments for the annual local government revenue settlement.
Q4. How does the Welsh Government provide funding for pre provision in schools in Wales? or the excessive surplus is otherwise clawed back.Surplus Aid = Ceding commission ratio * Sum of UEP (from non-affiliate, incl. voluntary and mandatory pools) Ceding Comm. Ratio = Ceding Comm./Ceded Premium.
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