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trust fund

n. the principal (called the corpus) of a trust made up of its assets and, sometimes, accumulated profits. (See: trust)

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The government is to allow savings kept in a Child Trust Fund to be transferred to a Junior ISA from April 2015.
Earlier this year the UK Coalition Government made a decision to end the National Child Trust Fund scheme.
Criminal liability also exists for failure to pay trust funds, as the federal criminal statutes are virtually identical to the civil statutes providing for personal liability.
Waste Management District Manager Doug Corcoran is willing to dedicate company dollars to a community trust fund, but he promises to make a lot of noise if the money is moved outside the area.
Recorded construction loan mortgages--even with the requisite Lien Law [section] 13 covenants for mortgages stating they are subject to the trust fund provisions of the Lien Law--do not provide adequate notice.
I want to get back to the issue of whether the Social Security Trust Fund is just an accounting fiction, as many noted D.
Therefore, unless the government cuts spending elsewhere, investing trust fund assets in equities doesn't increase national savings.
Schwab's collective trust funds provide plan sponsors and participants with diversified portfolios across an array of asset class strategies based on a non-proprietary investment sub-advisor model, which provides access to each sub-advisor's expertise in a specific asset class.
The Coalition also plans to hold a series of scheduled webinars on various issues of interest to participants in the collective trust fund industry including the regulatory framework governing the marketing and distribution of collective trust funds.
But, as I have argued previously before this committee, unless new savings are created in the process, the corporate securities that displace Treasury securities in the social security trust funds must be exactly offset by the mirror image displacement of corporate securities by government securities in private portfolios, probably largely in private funds held for retirement.
It would put an end to the current fraudulent double counting, as well as attempts to claim credit for using what are already Social Security Trust Funds to ``save'' Social Security.