29 CFR 4044.2 - Definitions.
(a) The following terms are defined in § 4001.2 of this chapter: annuity, bankruptcy filing date, basic-type benefit, Code, distribution date, earliest retirement age at valuation date, ERISA, expected retirement age (XRA), fair market value, guaranteed benefit, insurer, IRS, irrevocable commitment, mandatory employee contributions, nonbasic-type benefit, nonforfeitable benefit, non-PPA 2006 bankruptcy termination, normal retirement age, notice of intent to terminate, PBGC, person, plan, plan administrator, single-employer plan, substantial owner, termination date, unreduced retirement age (URA), and voluntary employee contributions.
(b) For purposes of this part:
Early retirement benefit means an annuity benefit payable under the terms of the plan, under which the participant is entitled to begin receiving payments before his or her normal retirement age and which is not payable on account of the disability of the participant. It may be reduced according to the terms of the plan.
Non-trusteed plan means a single-employer plan which is able to close out by purchasing annuities in the private sector
Valuation date means (1) for non-trusteed plans, the date of distribution and (2) for trusteed plans, the termination date.
(c) For purposes of subpart B of this part (unless otherwise required by the context):
Age means the participant's age at his or her nearest birthday and is determined by rounding the individual's exact age to the nearest whole year. Half years are rounded to the next highest year. This is also known as the “insurance age.”
(d) For purposes of §§ 4044.55 through 4044.57:
(e) For purposes of §§ 4044.71 through 4044.75:
Other lump sum benefit means a benefit in priority category 5 or 6, determined under subpart A of this part, that is payable in a single installment (or substantially so) under the terms of the plan, and that is not derived from an annuity payable under the plan. The benefit may be a severance pay benefit, a death benefit or other single installment benefit.