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beneficiary

1. Law a person entitled to receive funds or other property under a trust, will, or insurance policy
2. the holder of an ecclesiastical or other benefice
3. NZ a person who receives government assistance
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BISP regional or field offices are also coordinating with concerned authorities at local level for broadcasting of FM Radio messages as well as visiting villages and union councils to deliver lectures to beneficiaries for their awareness regarding withdrawals of their full amounts and to avoid other illegal activities, the official informed.
Disability beneficiaries who were SSI/SSDI Status 26 closures were better educated than those who were SSI/SSDI Status 28/30 closures.
All of the arguments that were made in 1998 regarding the repeal of the cap were presented in a prospective manner in anticipation of beneficiaries being denied access to care.
Scientific research consistently indicates that Medicare HMOs are the beneficiaries of biased selection.
To increase funds available for vocational rehabilitation and to provide consumers with a choice in rehabilitation providers, the NASI panel, the Congress and the Clinton Administration have recommended that SSDI Trust Funds be tapped to provide vouchers or tickets for SSI recipients and SSDI beneficiaries who wish to work.
In order to ensure that the disbursements to the victims are objective, transparent and efficient, it was decided that the benefits would be paid to the eligible beneficiaries of BISP, identified on the basis of poverty survey and have also collected their Debit Cards.
Beneficiaries of life insurance policies receive the benefits income tax free.
If the Roth IRA holder names a spouse beneficiary, then the spouse beneficiary may either receive distributions beginning as late as December 31 of the year in which the Roth IRA holder would have attained age 70 [degrees], or treat the Roth IRA as her own Roth IRA and roll it over into an Roth IRA in her own name.[18] If the spouse beneficiary elects the second option, she may name younger beneficiaries with respect to his new Roth IRA.
The lack of drug benefits for Medicare beneficiaries, however, is forcing many seniors to forgo filling necessary prescriptions.
ALTHOUGH THERE IS NO UNIFORM NATIONAL APPEAL PROCESS in place for managed care plans outside of Medicare, there is and has been for more than 10 years an appeal process that provides dissatisfied Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare + Choice Organizations (M+COs), including HMOs and PPOs, with recourse for denials of access to care or reimbursement for services already rendered.
* Over 10 million beneficiaries residing in the community had an employer-sponsored supplemental insurance plan in 1999 (Figure 1).
The legislation does provide $88 billion in funding to encourage employers to continue coverage for their beneficiaries. This funding is in the form of tax-free subsidies and authority to subsidize employee out-of-pocket costs.