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vested

adj. referring to having an absolute right or title, when previously the holder of the right or title only had an expectation. Examples: after 20 years of employment Larry Loyal's pension rights are now vested. (See: vest, vested remainder)

vested

adjective bestowed, earned, empowered, established, owned, vouchsafed
Associated concepts: pension rights
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In fact, the one vested person we never question is the altar server.
The expense should include compensation costs associated with awards that are partially vested at the date of adoption.
Deferred," in this context, means deferred and vested after that date.
If the stock is vested when the NQO is exercised, then the spread is ordinary compensation income without the alternative of a Sec.
When Mayor Giuliani was elected and appointed Wright as Commissioner of HPD, she was astounded to discover she was in line to be responsible for an additional 8,000 buildings with about 40,000 apartments that were due to be vested.
Employees are always fully and immediately vested in their own contributions to the plan.
All shares under both grants would accelerate and become fully vested in the event of a change of control of Borland if Mr.
para]]AUSTIN, Texas, May 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Vested Finance, a next-generation FinTech company, announced today that it has closed on a $5M seed round led by Sandleigh Ventures.
2001-43, a service provider would be treated as receiving the interest on the date of grant (and neither the grant nor the event that caused the interest to become substantially vested would be a taxable event for the partner or the partnership) if:
Employee loans available (lesser of $50,000 or 50% of vested balance).
These vested rights considerations are being recast under a proposal recently approved by the City Planning Commission, now pending before the Council (the "Vesting Amendment").
Disclosing the vested postretirement benefit obligation