entitlement

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entitlement program
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dividend entitlement
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the right to have something
a legal obligation on a government to make payments to a person, business, or unit of government that meets the criteria set in law, such as the Pell Grant and social security in the US
something that one is entitled to (or believes that one is entitled to)
An amount of money to which an entity has a right as determined by the granting or awarding party
An entitlement is something that you have a right to An example of an entitlement are the deferments available on your Student Loan If you meet the qualifications for a deferment, your lender must grant you the deferment
right granted by law or contract (especially a right to benefits); "entitlements make up the major part of the federal budget"
An entitlement is a positive obligation on one Mingovian to provide something for another, or a right that interferes with someone else's rights
right granted by law or contract (especially a right to benefits); "entitlements make up the major part of the federal budget
The amount of guarantee a veteran is eligible to secure on a D A loan
A service that must be provided to all persons meeting the eligibility criteria For example, Medicaid state plan services are an entitlement and must be provided
The right to own a patent or patent application A dispute about entitlement can be resolved by bringing entitlement proceedings before the Office or the courts
A Federal program or provision of law that requires payments to any person or unit of government that meets the eligibility criteria established by law Social Security, Medicare/Medicaid, and veterans' compensation are examples of entitlement programs Entitlements leave no discretion with Congress on how much money to appropriate, and some entitlements carry permanent appropriations
The best that can be achieved in process performance using current resources to eliminate waste and improve cycle time; obvious improvements identified during the process of benchmarking and which may be accomplished as short- term goals
The legal right to a benefit or program
Any of the benefits to which one is entitled, or to which one is given a legal right, by meeting the eligibility requirements of some government program Entitlement programs include Social Security, Medicare, and Veterans' pensions
- In federal budget terminology, a program that creates a legal obligation on the federal government to any person, business, or unit of government that meets the criteria set in law Federal spending in an entitlement program is controlled through the program's eligibility criteria and benefit payment rules, not by the appropriation of a specific level of funding in advance Also referred to (for federal budget purposes) as "direct" or "mandatory" spending Medicaid is both an individual entitlement and an entitlement to the states that elect to participate
As good as a process can get without capital investment. Alt. A perceived "right to demand." Opposite of a gift, in that it is without appreciation. A "you owe me" obligation for which, I owe nothing in return
government payments that are guaranteed to a segment of the population, such as the Pell Grant and social security in the US
Entitlement programs award funds to all qualified applicants The Pell Grant is an example of such a program
An entitlement is a value created in favor of one person by some conventional process (i e contract, citizenship) that is backed by a duty upon another to deliver or to facilitate the delivery of that value Breach of that duty, so that the entitlement is not delivered, creates a right in the entitled person Where one agrees to buy a car for $20,000, for example, the buyer is entitled to the delivery of the car as soon as he pays the price Failure of the seller to deliver is a breach of duty and endows the buyer with an enforceable right
An individual's endowment or initial resource bundle, which is transformed via production and trade into food or commodities which can be exchanged for food (Sen 1981)
The need all of us have not only for the possession of food, shelter, stimulation, and social rapport, but also for the acknowledgment--in our eyes and in the eyes of others--that we deserve to enjoy those benefits, to be treated well by others and indeed by life itself Entitlement acts as a flywheel for need fulfillment Sometimes, for example, we may work very hard, not for any immediate benefit, but for the right to expect better conditions in the future--in other words, to raise our entitlement (See also centripetal impulse and the core document on entitlement )
1 The legal right to a benefit or program 2 Name for the VA home loan benefit
- A program that creates a legal obligation on the federal government to any person, business, or unit of government that meets the criteria set in law   Federal spending on an entitlement program is controlled through the program's eligibility criteria and benefit and payment rules, not by the appropriation of a specific level of funding in advance   Entitlement programs such as Medicare and Medicaid are also referred to (for federal budget purposes) as "direct" or "mandatory" spending   Medicaid is both an individual entitlement and an entitlement to the states that elect to participate  
Your rights to benefits as they are set out in the Workers Compensation Act or WCB policy
{i} state of having a right or claim to something
Program mandating the payment of benefits to any person meeting eligibility requirements established by statute The amount spent is not controlled by annual congressional appropriations Entitlement programs include Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid
An entitlement to something is the right to have it or do it. They lose their entitlement to benefit when they start work. the official right to have or do something, or the amount that you have a right to receive entitlement to
All students are entitled to receive a: balanced programme of environmental education
The VA home loan benefit is called entitlement Entitlement for a VA guaranteed home loan This is also known as eligibility
In order to be entitled to Medicare Part B benefits, beneficiaries pay a monthly Part B premium Enrollment is processed through the local Social Security Office or Railroad Retirement Office Generally people are eligible for Medicare when
A federal program requiring the payment of benefits to any person or entity that meets the eligibility requirements established by law Authorizations for entitlements are binding on the federal government, and those eligible for benefits have a recourse to legal action if the obligation is not fulfilled
The dollar value of commodity assistance Commodity entitlement is earned based on the total number of lunches a sponsor claimed in the previous SY Entitlement is calculated by multiplying the number of lunches claimed in the prior SY by the current commodity rate of reimbursement The minimum amount of entitlement a sponsor will receive is $500 Commodity entitlement must be spent during the current School Year (SY) Any unspent funds will be zeroed out after the final distribution of the SY
a set amount or an amount determined under a formula grant
entitlement program
entitlement a US government programme or system that gives money or help to people who need it
entitlement to a mortgage
right to receive a mortgage
entitlements
Programs that create a legal obligation on the federal government to make payments to any person, business, or unit of government that meets the criteria set in law The Congress controls those programs by setting eligibility criteria and the benefit or payment rules, not by providing a specific level of funding Although the level of spending for entitlements is determined by the number of beneficiaries who meet the eligibility criteria, funding may be provided in either the authorization or an appropriation act The best-known entitlements are the major benefit programs, such as Social Security and Medicare See authorization and direct spending [Back to top]
entitlements
As used in the literature on poverty and hunger, refers to the legal right to own, use or sell some good or service Includes trade-based entitlements (your right to own goods obtained through trade with a willing party), production-based entitlements (your right to own what you produce yourself), own-labor entitlements (your right to the fruits of your own labor), and inheritance and transfer entitlements (your right to goods willingly given to you by others)
entitlements
Rights and services granted to a software license owner, including the right to use
entitlements
The amount of payment to which a state or local government or an individual is entitled, generally pursuant to state or federal statute
entitlements
this is a program that legally obligates the government to make payments to any person meets their eligibility Examples are as follows: Social Security Medicare Medicaid Excise Tax - this tax is applied to various products like tobacco, fuels, and telephone service
entitlements
Government benefits such as Social Security and Medicare that must be paid to anyone meeting specific eligibility requirements BACK TO TOP
entitlements
plural of entitlement
entitlements
are the benefits applicable to an employee for services rendered (rétribution)
entitlements
Government transfer payments made to individuals having certain designated characteristics and circumstances, such as age or need [FACS] (see also fiscal policy)
entitlements
Government benefits such as Social Security and Medicare that must be paid to anyone meeting specific eligibility requirements
entitlements
programs that provide benefits automatically to individuals meeting certain criteria (such as age)
entitlements
These are your rights and privileges, from an application perspective, based on who you are
entitlements
Benefits that a person can receive if he/she meets certain eligibility criteria The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act is an example of an entitlement program for children with disabilities
entitlements
The development process and corresponding approvals for land development
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    [ -'tI-t&l-m& ] (noun.) 1944. entitle + -ment

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