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13:06 May 1, 2000
English to German translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: qualified
The plan is not qualified under Section 401(a) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Sabine Gehlert
German translation:see below
Explanation:
"For many years, the (US Internal Revenue) Code has provided that in order for a plan to be "qualified" (under Section 401(a)), it must contain a provision related to the latest date at which the payment of benefits could begin and to the period over which those benefits could be paid…" This was a quotation from:

http://www.ljextra.com/practice/laboremployment/0220empben.h...

"Qualified" in this context refers whether an employee retirement benefits program, normally arranged or provided by an insurance company, with the premiums paid by the employer or employee or both, is eligible in the sense of meeting the requirements (= "qualified" = die Bedingungen/Voraussetzungen erfüllt, berechtigt ist, geeignet ist) for US income tax partial or full exemption.
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Dan McCrosky
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nasee belowDan McCrosky
na...fällt nicht unter...xxxKristina M
na"nicht berücksichtigungsfähig"
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natwo options below
Dierk Seeburg


  

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21 mins
two options below


Explanation:
1. nicht zugelassen;
2. nicht eingeschraenkt; you would have to judge by context. HTH.

Dierk Seeburg
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44 mins
"nicht berücksichtigungsfähig"


Explanation:
Dieser Plan ist nicht berücksichtigungsfähig im Sinne des Absatzes 401(a) des ...

oder

Dieser Plan ist nicht anspruchsberechtigt im Sinne des Absatzes 401 (a) des ...

oder

Dieser Plan ist nicht kann nicht berücksichtigt werden im Sinne des Absatzes 401 (a) des...

oder

Dieser Plan kommt nicht in Frage für Anwendung/Leistung/Inanspruchnahme im Sinne des Absatzes 401(a) des...

Bitte nochmals den originalen englischen Text anschauen und den Text aussuchen, der am besten hier zutrifft.

Ich hoffe dies hilft!

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,



Kerstin Kramer


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48 mins
...fällt nicht unter...


Explanation:
HTH,

Kristina


xxxKristina M
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58 mins
see below


Explanation:
"For many years, the (US Internal Revenue) Code has provided that in order for a plan to be "qualified" (under Section 401(a)), it must contain a provision related to the latest date at which the payment of benefits could begin and to the period over which those benefits could be paid…" This was a quotation from:

http://www.ljextra.com/practice/laboremployment/0220empben.h...

"Qualified" in this context refers whether an employee retirement benefits program, normally arranged or provided by an insurance company, with the premiums paid by the employer or employee or both, is eligible in the sense of meeting the requirements (= "qualified" = die Bedingungen/Voraussetzungen erfüllt, berechtigt ist, geeignet ist) for US income tax partial or full exemption.



    Reference: http://www.ljextra.com/practice/laboremployment/0220empben.h...
Dan McCrosky
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