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The three issuers cured for the second or third time after previous most recent deferrals in 2013 and 2014.
A variation on this option is for employers to allow for post-tax payroll deferral (basically, direct deposit of payroll funds into an HSA without treating the deposit any differently than other payroll which may also be directly deposited into an employee's personal checking account).
Various studies have reported different rates of donor deferrals. These differences differ from one country to another and also from one blood centre to another, even within the same region.
First and foremost, lenders need to be aware of the laws governing property tax deferrals for the customers they serve.
Then, all vested participant deferrals and earnings are subject to income tax; tax deductions on employer contributions to the plan are lost; and the plan trust itself would be subject to income tax.
So, by knowledge of factors responsible for deferrals, we can improve blood donor recruitment strategies.
Deferral leads to loss of precious blood/components available for transfusion.
"From February 4, we will have a 28 day blood donation deferral for people looking to donate blood in England and North Wales who have travelled to countries where the Zika virus is endemic.
A second safe harbor method applies where correct deferrals begin by the first payment of compensation following the last day of the three-month period beginning after a deferral failure.
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Majority of deferrals, 256(81.26%) were due to temporary reasons while permanent deferrals were 59(18.73%).