3 percent of 607 Fortune 1000 companies had frozen at least one defined benefit plan.
What does DBP stand for?
DBP stands for Defined Benefit Plan
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 145 other meanings of DBP in our Acronym Attic
- Douche Bag of the Week
- Defending Brotherhood of Zore (Dutch online gaming club)
- D-Bifunctional Protein (deficiency)
- Dark Basic Professional
- Database Processor
- Database Project (Visual Studio File Extension)
- Death By Powerpoint (slang for a boring presentation)
- Decorin-Binding Protein A
- Deep Blue Pearl (color)
- Deferred Bonus Plan (various companies)
- Design Baseline Program
- Deuromedia Broadcast Platform
- Deutsche Bundespost (German federal mail)
- Deutsches Bundespatent (Federal German Patent)
- Development Bank of the Philippines
- Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (Malay: Institute of Language and Literature)
- Diastolic Blood Pressure
- Dibutyl Phosphate
- Dien Bien Phu (Vietnamese city)
Samples in periodicals archive:
If appropriate for your situation, a defined benefit plan might help you reduce taxes, strengthen your business, and secure your financial future.
The evolution of pension plans in the United States--from traditional defined benefit plans toward defined contribution plans--has increased the age at which workers retire, according to a NBER working paper by Leora Friedberg and Anthony Webb.
4980 The IRS ruled (5) that a defined benefit plan can be amended to distribute demutualization proceeds to plan participants after its termination, without violating Sec.
The certainty of a guaranteed retirement benefit that will continue until the employee's death makes a defined benefit plan particularly welcome, especially in the 1990s, when alternative sources of retirement income such as personal savings and home appreciation, are growing more slowly than they did during the previous decade.
In 1982, the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act reduced by one-third, and then froze for many years, the maximum annual contribution to defined contribution plans and the maximum annual benefit that could be paid by a defined benefit plan.
Department of Labor Advisory Opinion 81-69A states that a contribution of an option to purchase a residential condominium unit by an employer to its qualified defined benefit plan in discharge of its contribution obligation would be a prohibited transaction.