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This excerpt taken from the ATR DEF 14A filed Mar 20, 2009.
U.S. Employees
 
We have a tax-qualified retirement savings plan (“U.S. Savings Plan”) that is available to our employees, including Messrs. Hagge, Ruskoski and Kuhn. Employees may contribute a percentage of their pre-tax earnings (limited by anti-discriminatory rules and regulations) to the U.S. Savings Plan and we will make a matching contribution equal to $0.50 for each $1 contributed by our employees, up to a maximum matching contribution of 3% of the employee’s earnings. Annual contributions are in accordance with IRS regulations and limits. Amounts held in the U.S. Savings Plan accounts may not be withdrawn prior to the employee’s termination of employment, or such earlier time as the employee reaches the age of 591/2, subject to certain exceptions set forth in the regulations of the IRS.
 
This excerpt taken from the ATR DEF 14A filed Mar 21, 2008.
U.S. Employees
 
We have a tax-qualified retirement savings plan (“U.S. Savings Plan”) that is available to our employees, including Messrs. Hagge and Meshberg. Employees may contribute a percentage of their pre-tax earnings (limited by anti-discriminatory rules and regulations) to the U.S. Savings Plan and we will make a matching contribution equal to $0.50 for each $1 contributed by our employees, up to a maximum matching contribution of 3% of the employee’s earnings. Annual contributions are in accordance with IRS regulations and limits. Amounts held in the U.S. Savings Plan accounts may not be withdrawn prior to the employee’s termination of employment, or such earlier time as the employee reaches the age of 591/2, subject to certain exceptions set forth in the regulations of the IRS.
 
This excerpt taken from the ATR DEF 14A filed Mar 22, 2007.
U.S. Employees
 
We have a tax-qualified retirement savings plan (“U.S. Savings Plan”) that is available to our employees, including our NEOs. Employees may contribute a percentage of their pre-tax earnings (limited by anti-discriminatory rules and regulations) to the U.S. Savings Plan and we will make a matching contribution equal to $0.50 for each $1 contributed by our employees, up to a maximum matching contribution of 3% of the employee’s earnings. Annual contributions are in accordance with IRS regulations and limits. Amounts held in the U.S. Savings Plan accounts may not be withdrawn prior to the employee’s termination of employment, or such earlier time as the employee reaches the age of 591/2, subject to certain exceptions set forth in the regulations of the IRS.


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