bequest effect

bequest effect
эк., амер. эффект наследства* (воздействие на поведение в области стремления к сбережению, которое возникает в результате деятельности системы социального страхования (в частности программы "Cоциальная защита"); выражается в том, что пожилые люди стремятся накопить состояние, которое будет унаследовано их детьми, и тем самым нейтрализовать перераспределение дохода, которое осуществляется за счет социального страхования)
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  • bequest — be·quest /bi kwest/ n: an act of bequeathing; also: something bequeathed: legacy de·mon·stra·tive bequest /di män strə tiv /: a bequest of a particular amount of money or property to be distributed first from one source in the estate and then… …   Law dictionary

  • bequest — /bakwest/ A gift (transfer) by will of personal property; a legacy. Disposition of realty in will is termed devise. See also charitable bequest demonstrative bequest devise general bequest legacy …   Black's law dictionary

  • bequest — /bakwest/ A gift (transfer) by will of personal property; a legacy. Disposition of realty in will is termed devise. See also charitable bequest demonstrative bequest devise general bequest legacy …   Black's law dictionary

  • conditional bequest — One the taking effect or continuing of which depends upon the happening or non occurrence of a particular event …   Black's law dictionary

  • conditional bequest — One the taking effect or continuing of which depends upon the happening or non occurrence of a particular event …   Black's law dictionary

  • Social Security (United States) — This article is about the retirement/disability program. For the general concept of providing welfare, see Social security. For other uses, see Social Security (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • WILLS — (Heb. צַוָּאָה). A will is a person s disposition of his property in favor of another in such manner that the testator retains the property or his rights to it until his death. There are three different forms of wills, each governed by different… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • legacy — A disposition of personalty by will. A bequest. In a technical sense and strictly construed, legacy is a gift or bequest by will of personal property, whereas a devise is a testamentary disposition of real estate, but such distinction will not be …   Black's law dictionary

  • legacy — A disposition of personalty by will. A bequest. In a technical sense and strictly construed, legacy is a gift or bequest by will of personal property, whereas a devise is a testamentary disposition of real estate, but such distinction will not be …   Black's law dictionary

  • Bequests For Masses —     Bequests for Masses     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bequests for Masses      The efficacy of prayers for the dead , remarks the Court of Appeals of the State of New York in Holland v. Alcock, 108 New York Court of Appeals Reports, page 312, is… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Legal history of wills — Wills in the Ancient WorldThe will, if not purely Roman in origin, at least owes to Roman law its complete development, a development which in most European countries was greatly aided at a later period by ecclesiastics versed in Roman law. In… …   Wikipedia


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