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FASB Statement No. 112, Employers ' Accounting for Postemployment Benefits FASB Statement No. 154, Accounting Changes and Error Corrections

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designed to create an incentive for employees, within a certain age group, to transition from (full or part-time) employment into retirement before their legal retirement age. The program was created by legislation in 1996 and through subsequent extensions is now scheduled to expire in 2009. Employers taking advantage of this legislation must sign a contract under the legal framework outlined in the legislation with the workers' council/unions or with the individual employees (employees not within a workers' council/union) to qualify for subsidies from the government. The German government provides a subsidy (reimbursement) to an employer for the bonuses paid to the employee Copyright © 2005, Financial Accounting Standards Board Not for redistribution Page 1and the additional contributions paid into the German government pension scheme under an ATZ arrangement for a maximum of six years. To receive this subsidy, an employer must meet certain criteria (typically, an employer must hire replacement employees from currently registered unemployed persons or former trainees). 2. This Issue addresses specific features in ATZ arrangements. Any consensu

Year: 2013
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