UFPLS (Uncrystallised Funds Pensions Lump Sum)

UFPLS (Uncrystallised Funds Pensions Lump Sum),

What Does UFPLS (Uncrystallised Funds Pensions Lump Sum) Mean?

  1. As of April 6, 2015, from the age of 55, you can benefit from a full retirement fund in the form of one or more cash payments. The first 25% will be tax free and the rest will be added to your income and taxed accordingly.

Literal Meanings of UFPLS (Uncrystallised Funds Pensions Lump Sum)

Lump:

Meanings of Lump:
  1. Solid mass of a substance, especially without fixed or regular form.

  2. Swelling under the skin, especially due to injury or illness.

  3. A piece of sugar

  4. Heavy, ugly or clumsy people.

  5. Join a random crowd or group and treat them equally regardless of the details.

  6. (In classification) classifying plants or animals into relatively large groups and ignoring small deviations.

  7. Proceed with difficulty or difficulty.

  8. Accept the punishment of attack or defeat.

  9. Strong or dry feeling in the throat due to strong emotions, especially depression.

  10. Accept or tolerate the embarrassing situation, whether we like it or not.

Sentences of Lump
  1. After everyone had eaten, he gave everyone a piece of sticky stuff.

  2. Alex looked at the pile of unknown substances in his tray at that moment.

  3. Michael will talk about the book and use a stone and a piece of gold as an example of an alchemy theme.

  4. Police identified two irresponsible and stupid children who threw a piece of concrete on a speeding truck on the busy Bryantry Highway.

  5. Master Baker pulled out a large piece of flour that was kneaded on a metal table and quickly rolled it into a long tube.

  6. On one occasion, a piece of stone was thrown from his bedroom window and fell on the floor after passing through his head while he was sleeping inside.

  7. Since then, a cinder block has been thrown at his house.

  8. We went to London to talk to geologists at the Museum of Natural History about a meteorite and a piece of the moon that landed in Nolabor, Australia.

  9. On his cloak was a bush-shaped lead, and his eyes were the most blue I had ever seen.

  10. To make a stamp, students make a small piece of clay in the shape of a small rubber stamp.

Synonyms of Lump

dollop, protuberance, fuse, mass, tolerate it, wart, clump, endure it, bunch, unite, tumour, take it, mound, suffer it, group, cube, brick, put, cake, collect, bulge, clod, countenance it, pool

Sum:

Meanings of Sum:
  1. A fixed amount of money.

  2. Total value as a result of the addition of two or more numbers, quantities or elements.

  3. All that exists tomorrow.

  4. Math problems, especially at the elementary level.

  5. Find the amount (two or more)

  6. In short, summary

  7. Give a brief summary of something.

  8. Give a brief idea of ​​someone's nature or character or something else.

  9. At the end of the trial (by the judge) review the evidence and direct the jury on legal matters.

  10. (Two or more values) Add a given value.

Sentences of Sum
  1. Is it worth spending too much money on an expensive conference?

  2. Most Japanese today keep large sums of money in safe, interest-free savings accounts.

  3. The scammer asked the contact to donate a small amount to speed up the flow of funds.

  4. In addition to this amount, Alstom will pay 9% interest per annum according to this decision.

  5. In addition to this amount, Stoneworth's loan was guaranteed by FitzWilton, who was often reprimanded.

  6. That compares with 7% in the United States.

  7. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Synonyms of Sum

gauge, summation, tally, charge, grand total, calculation, be-all and end-all, evaluate, cost, problem, compute, sum total, quantity, price, volume, quantify, totality, count, reckon, question, reckoning, aggregate, beginning and end, enumerate, total, alpha and omega, fee, add up