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AVC

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) additional voluntary contribution: one of a series of supplementary payments made to a pension fund
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Alternatively, you can look outside the company and go to the provider of your choice for a stake holder pension or a Free Standing Additional Voluntary Contribution (FSAVC) scheme.
Around PS4 million of this year's prize-money total is being provided by the additional voluntary contribution (AVC) contributed by William Hill, Ladbrokes, Coral and Betfred and being used to try to improve field sizes.
You can set up one of several types of individual pension plan, one of the most popular is an AVC (Additional Voluntary Contribution).
In fact, their fund may face a rising deficit, so it might be prudent for them to save more through an AVC(Additional Voluntary Contribution) scheme to boost their eventual pension income.
For members of company pensions schemes to get extra tax relief, they need to make extra contributions to an Additional Voluntary Contribution plan.
BHA SOLUTIONS The package of measures unveiled in October vvA more optimised race programme through establishment of targets for field sizes and strengthening the use of data VVGENERAL restrictions on the number of races per fixture, including specific restrictions at certain times of the year vvA formal review of the entry, declaration and non-runner processes VVTHE use of PS4.2m of the bookmakers' Additional Voluntary Contribution Fund to ensure most Class 2-6 races will pay down to at least sixth place VVTHE programming of valuable series of Sunday races, such as the recently announced Veterans' Steeple Chase Series, again using the bookmakers' Additional Voluntary Contribution Fund VVLIFTING the restriction on the number of races that can be reopened on any one day
I AM due to retire in June, when I reach 65, and I have about pounds 10,000 in my company's Additional Voluntary Contribution pension scheme.
BETTER late than never, British racing will from next month start to benefit from the first chunk of the additional voluntary contribution (AVC) agreed between racing and the big four high street bookmakers last October.
This will involve, State Earnings Retirement Pension Schemes (Serps), Additional Voluntary Contribution schemes and Free Standing ones (AVCs/FSAVCs) and Retirement Annuity Contracts (RACs).
Alternatively, you can look outside the company and go to the provider of your choice for a stakeholder pension or a Free Standing Additional Voluntary Contribution (FSAVC) scheme.
However, neither side could make a commitment that the first year of the four-year agreement over the Additional Voluntary Contribution would not also be the last.
A YOU may have bought Additional Voluntary Contributions alongside your company pension or arranged a freestanding additional voluntary contribution plan (FSAVC).

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