29 CFR 4010.2 - Definitions.

§ 4010.2 Definitions.
The following terms are defined in § 4001.2 of this chapter: benefit liabilities, Code, contributing sponsor, controlled group, earliest retirement age at valuation date, ERISA, expected retirement age (XRA), fair market value, IRS, PBGC, person, plan, plan year, and unreduced retirement age (URA).
In addition, for purposes of this part:
At-risk status means, with respect to a plan for a plan year, at-risk status as defined in ERISA section 303(i)(4) and Code section 430(i)(4).
Exempt entity means a person that does not have to file information and about which information does not have to be filed, as described in § 4010.4(c).
Exempt plan means a plan about which actuarial information does not have to be filed, as described in § 4010.8(c).
Fair market value of the plan's assets means the fair market value of the plan's assets at the end of the plan year ending within the filer's information year (determined without regard to any contributions receivable).
Filer means a person who is required to file reports, as described in § 4010.4.
Fiscal year means, with respect to a person, the person's annual accounting period or, if the person has not adopted a closing date, the calendar year.
Funding target means, with respect to a plan for a plan year, the funding target as provided under ERISA section 303(d)(1) and Code section 430(d)(1) determined as of the valuation date for the plan year.
Funding target attainment percentage means, with respect to a plan for a plan year, the funding target attainment percentage as determined under § 4010.4(b) for the plan year.
Information year means the information year determined under § 4010.5.
Valuation date means, with respect to a plan for a plan year, the valuation date as determined under ERISA section 303(g)(2) and Code section 430(g)(2).
[61 FR 34022, July 1, 1996, as amended at 74 FR 11029, Mar. 16, 2009]

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