INSURABLE EARNINGS Definition

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INSURABLE EARNINGS, as it pertains to unemployment insurance, is the total amount of earnings that an insured person has from insurable employment: a. the total of all amounts, whether wholly or partly paid in legal tender, received or enjoyed by the insured person that are paid to the person by the persons employer in respect of that employment, and b. the amount of any gratuities that the insured person is required to declare under tax legislation.

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15 MINUTE RULE is a timekeeping method used as a semi-official delay prior to ending or beginning an activity. For example: a. Only waiting for a tardy college instructor for 15 minutes prior to the class being terminated, or, b. Putting a 15 minute hands-off delay before impulsively eating a candy when dieting.

BEST BID is the highest quoted bid of all competing Market Makers to buy a particular stock at any given time.

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