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lump sum

n.
A single sum of money that serves as complete payment.

lump′-sum′ adj.

lump sum

n
(Banking & Finance) a relatively large sum of money, paid at one time, esp in cash
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lump sum - a complete payment consisting of a single sum of money
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
Translations
مَبْلَغ إجْمالي
paušál
engangsbeløb
átalány
heildargreiîsla
paušál
toplu para

lump sum

nsomma globale; (payment) → pagamento unico

lump

(lamp) noun
1. a small solid mass of no particular shape. The custard was full of lumps and no-one would eat it.
2. a swelling. She had a lump on her head where she had hit it.
3. a small cube-shaped mass of sugar.
verb
(usually with together) to treat or think of as (all) alike.
ˈlumpy adjective
containing lumps. lumpy custard.
ˈlumpiness noun
lump sum
an amount of money given all at once, not in parts over a period of time.
if you don't like it, you can lump it
whether you like the situation or not, you will have to endure it.
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Apparently, the goal of the proposed regulations is to require lump-sum payments to be amortized in a manner that closely approximates the assumptions used by dealers and traders in pricing these contracts.
Also, cash balance accounts are grandfathered for all Nabisco participants by converting them into lump-sum credits for prior service under the Pension Equity Plan.
Lump-sum payments made to offset a health insurance deductible may not be excluded from income, according to a ruling by the Internal Revenue Service.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- People who lose their jobs, change employers or retire could see their lump-sum distribution reduced by 20 cents on the dollar under a new law that impacts retirement benefits.
Girding for Medicare cuts in reimbursement and following salary surveys that show employee pay is at market level, the hospital board decided to forego pay raises in favor of the lump-sum payments - about $1,100 for the typical worker making $18 an hour.
Look to settlement agreement: TAM 200502041 cited Middle Atlantic Distributors, 72 TC 1136 (1979), in stating that a settlement agreement's language is the most important factor in determining a lump-sum payment's purpose.
The state would then receive a lump-sum payment from the sale of the bonds.
For a 40-year-old male in the premier nontobacco class, a lump-sum death benefit of $100,000 and monthly payments of $2,000 a month for 10 years would cost $218 a year.
If the taxpayer had wanted to, he or she could have elected to be taxed on the entire $100,000 in the year of the lump-sum distribution.
BOC established participants' opening account balances as the lump-sum value of their benefits accrued under our traditional plan.
Under current law, an individual who receives a qualifying lump-sum distribution may elect to pay a tax on the lump-sum distribution that would approximate the tax that would be paid if the lump-sum distribution were received in five equal annual installments (five-year forward income averaging).
Another more significant change may shrink the size of lump-sum payments to retirees.