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AT&T 10-K 2008

Documents found in this filing:

  1. Ye Form 10-K 2007
  2. Guaranty of Certain Oblagations of Pbtc
  3. At&Amp;T Inc Health Plan, Formerly the Executive Health Plan
  4. Retirement Plan for Non-Employee Directors
  5. Form of Indemnity Agreement
  6. Administrative Plan
  7. Retention Agreement for Ronald Spears
  8. ex10mlogo2.jpg
  9. Ptg Deferred Compensation Plan
  10. Resolutions Amending the Plan
  11. Ptg Outside Directors Deferred Stock Unit Plan
  12. Ptg 1996 Directors Deferred Comp Plan
  13. Resolutions Amending the Plan
  14. Transition Agreement Between Bellsouth and Rafael De La Vega
  15. Employment Agreement Between Sbc and Edward E Whitacre Jr
  16. Stock Purchase and Deferral Plan
  17. Att Logo
  18. Cash Deferral Plan
  19. Bellsouthcorporation Executive Incentive Award Deferral Plan
  20. Cingular Wireless Long Term Comp Plan
  21. Cingular Wireless Cash Deferral Plan
  22. Bellsouth Corporation Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan
  23. Amendment To the Bellsouth Corp Supplemental Exec Retirement Plan
  24. Bellsouth Supplemental Life Insurance Plan
  25. Bellsouth Compensation Deferral Plan
  26. Cingular Wireless Bls Executive Transition Benefit Plan
  27. Cingular Wireless Sbc Executive Transition Benefit Plan
  28. Bellsouth Nonqualified Deferred Income Plan
  29. First Amendment To the Bellsouth Nonqualified Deferral Income Plan
  30. At&Amp;T Mobility 2005 Cash Deferral Plan
  31. At&Amp;T Corp Executive Disability Plan
  32. At&Amp;T Corp Sr Mgmt Universal Life Insurance Program
  33. Amendment To At&Amp;T Corp Sr Mgmt Universal Life Ins Program
  34. At&Amp;T Corp Non-Qualified Pension Plan
  35. Amendment To At&Amp;T Corp Non-Qualified Pension Plan
  36. Amendment To At&Amp;T Corp Non-Qualified Pension Plan
  37. At&Amp;T Corp Excess Benefit and Comp Plan
  38. Amendment To the At&Amp;T Corp Excess Benefit and Comp Plan
  39. Bellsouth Split Dollar Life Insurance Plan
  40. Ptg Supplemental Cash Balance Plan
  41. Ptg 1996 Executive Deferred Comp Plan
  42. Ptg Executive Deferral Plan
  43. Computation of Ratios of Earnings To Fixed Charges
  44. At&Amp;T 2007 Annual Report
  45. Subsidiaries of At&Amp;T Inc
  46. Consent of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm
  47. Powers of Attorney
  48. Certification of Principal Executive Officer
  49. Certification of Principal Financial Officer
  50. Section 1350 Certifications
  51. stockperformancegraph.jpg
  52. At&Amp;T Inc. 2007 Annual Report Courtesy Copy
  53. Complete submission text file
ex10k.htm
Exhibit 10-k
 


 

Effective January 1, 2008
 
Administrative Plan
 
The benefits under this Plan are offered by AT&T Inc. (“AT&T”) to persons who have been identified by AT&T as executive officers under Rule 3b-7 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (“Executive Officers”).
 
Administration of Plan. The Plan or the benefits hereunder may be modified or terminated by the Human Resources Committee in its sole discretion at any time.
 
Except to the extent otherwise provided herein, the Vice President responsible for Human Resources (or the successor to such position) shall be the Administrator of the Plan and will administer the Plan, interpret, construe and apply its provisions in accordance with its terms.  The Administrator, in his or her sole discretion, may establish, adopt or revise rules, as he or she may deem necessary or advisable for the administration of the Plan, including the allocation or limitation of benefits.
 
The Administrator may adopt another plan, not to exceed the benefits included herein, for the benefit of such other employees or former employees of Employers as the Administrator may determine in his or her sole discretion, on such terms and conditions as the Administrator shall determine.  The Administrator may, from time to time, revise the plan solely to increase the financial limits on benefits, not to exceed the corresponding proportional increase in the consumer price index from January 1, 2003, through the date of change.
 
All decisions of the Administrator shall be final and binding unless the Board of Directors or its delegate should determine otherwise.
 
No Employment Rights.  Nothing herein shall constitute a contract of continuing employment or in any manner obligate AT&T or any Executive Officer to continue the employment relationship of, or obligate an Executive Officer to continue in the service of AT&T or any Affiliate.
 
Non-Transferability.  No recipient of benefits under this Plan nor any other person shall have any right to sell, assign, transfer, pledge, anticipate, mortgage or otherwise encumber, transfer, hypothecate or convey any of the benefits hereunder, or any part thereof, which are, and all rights to which are, expressly declared to be unassignable and non-transferable.
 
Notice.  Any notice required or permitted to be given to the Administrator under the Plan shall be sufficient if in writing and hand delivered, or sent by certified mail, to the principal office of AT&T, directed to the attention of the Senior Executive Vice President-Human Resources.  Any notice required or permitted to be given to any other person shall be sufficient if in writing and hand delivered, or sent by certified mail, to the person at the person's last known mailing address as reflected on the records of his or her employing company.  Notice shall be deemed given as of the date of delivery or, if delivery is made by mail, as of the date shown on the postmark or on the receipt for certification.
 
Validity.  In the event any provision of this Plan is held invalid, void or unenforceable, the same shall not affect, in any respect whatsoever, the validity of any other provision of this plan.
 
Applicable Law.  This Plan shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas to the extent not preempted by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended, and regulations thereunder ("ERISA").
 
 
 

 

Automobile.  Each Executive Officer may receive the use of a four-door automobile or an automobile allowance and expenses associated with the operation of the automobile.  The Administrator shall determine the amount of the allowance for each Executive Officer provided that the allowance shall not exceed $2,000 per month.
 
Communications.  Each Executive Officer may receive reasonable communications services including local, long distance, DSL, Internet, wireless, satellite television/video and related equipment.
 
Financial Counseling.   Executive Officers may receive income tax preparation services and financial planning services from a list of designated providers not to exceed $14,000 per year.
 
Estate Planning.   Executive Officers may receive estate planning documentation services not to exceed $10,000 per year.
 
Clubs.    Executive Officers may receive initiation fees, dues, assessments and other charges for reasonable memberships as approved by the CEO or the Administrator, in each case in his or her sole discretion. AT&T does not reimburse for dues, initiation fees or other expenses incurred in connection with a membership in a club that discriminates in its membership policies based on race, creed, gender or ethnic origin.  The Administrator shall report annually to the Human Resources Committee as to the usage of this benefit by the Chief Executive Officer and to the Chief Executive Officer on the usage by all other Executive Officers.

Executive Protection.  Based upon the concern for the security of Executive Officers, the need to secure their optimum availability for business purposes and to permit uninterrupted communications between them, the Executive Officers are authorized to receive home security services, and, whenever feasible, to use AT&T provided aircraft in connection with business travel and to use such aircraft for the personal travel of Executive Officers where the Chief Executive Officer, in his or her sole discretion, deems such use appropriate because of similar considerations.
 
Retirement.   Upon the Retirement of an Executive Officer, he or she may receive up to an additional $20,000 of financial consulting reasonably in connection with and incurred within a reasonable time of his or her actual retirement.  After the Retirement of an Executive Officer he or she shall continue to receive the communications, financial counseling and estate planning benefits until his or her death.  After the death of an Executive Officer or Retired Executive Officer, his or her spouse shall receive the communications benefit for 6 billing cycles and shall receive the financial counseling and estate planning benefits for 2 years.
 
Taxes.  Each recipient of benefits under this Plan shall receive an amount equal to that necessary to offset the Federal, state and local income taxes, as well as associated employment taxes, of the recipient (including taxes on tax reimbursements) resulting from the benefits in this Plan, other than (1) the monthly automobile allowance for Executive Officers; and (2) personal use of aircraft.
 
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