QoSA

AcronymDefinition
QoSAQuality of Software Architectures
QoSAQos Architecture
QoSAQuasi-Optical Slot Antenna
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A QOSA is a joint and survivor annuity that has a survivor percentage equal to 75% where the plan's QJSA has a survivor percentage less than that, or equal to 50% where the plan's QJSA has a survivor percentage of at least 75%, and that is the actuarial equivalent of the single life annuity payable at the same time.
Existing optional joint and survivor annuity may be sufficient: A plan that already provides a compliant optional joint and spouse survivor annuity, with the survivor percentage required for the QOSA, and that is at least actuarially equivalent to the single life annuity payable under the plan will satisfy the requirement.
The QOSA need not be actuarially equivalent to the QJSA: The QOSA must be at least actuarially equivalent to the single life annuity payable at the same time and need not be actuarially equivalent to a more valuable QJSA.
Spousal consent may or may not be required: Where the QOSA is actuarially equivalent to the QJSA, no spousal consent is required for the participant to elect it; however, where the QJSA is more valuable, spousal consent is required.
Existing written explanation requirements apply: The QOSA is an optional form of benefit, and the written explanation requirements of Regs.
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