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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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Dominguez III that 'while Provident Plans manifested before the IC [Insurance Commission] in February and March this year that it has a 'white knight' investor to cover up its capital impairment and trust fund deficiencies, [the regulator] has yet to receive any concrete plan or letter of intent from this supposed investor.
Since the debtor had commingled trust and non-trust payments, the defendant had to employ state law tracing rules to trace the trust funds to the alleged preference payments in order to obtain the benefit of trust status to thereby avoid preference liability.
1 million Child Trust Funds, holding almost Au5 billion in deposits.
the operations of the OASI and DI trust funds on a combined basis.
AS PART of our efforts to tackle child poverty, the Welsh Assembly Government is offering every child in Year 1 a pounds 50 top-up to their Child Trust Fund account.
Both the IRS and the DF&A can impose personal liability for the nonpayment of trust funds on the "responsible persons.
Worried that nearly $200,000 a year in community improvement money paid by local trash businesses will be spent instead on political pet projects or faraway ventures, Sun Valley leaders are pushing for a trust fund to keep the money close to home.
Jeb Bush's plan to eliminate the state's affordable housing trust fund and roll it into the general fund.
Trustees or lender-transferees must file a "notice of lending" to protect the lender's right to repayment from trust funds.
There are some 150 federal trust funds in the United States, though the largest by far are Social Security and Medicare, which obtain funds from a payroll tax and spend them to provide pensions and medical care, primarily for the elderly.