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  • 1defined-contribution pension scheme — DC scheme A pension scheme in which the benefits are based on the value of the contributions paid in by each member. The rate of contribution is normally specified; the amount of pension an individual will receive will depend on the size of the… …

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  • 2defined-contribution pension scheme — DC scheme A pension scheme in which the benefits are based on the value of the contributions paid in by each member. The rate of contribution is normally specified; the amount of pension an individual will receive will depend on the size of the… …

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  • 3Defined benefit pension plan — For the defined contribution pension plan, see Defined Contribution Pension Plan. In economics, a defined benefit pension plan is a major type of pension plan in which an employer promises a specified monthly benefit on retirement that is… …

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  • 4Defined contribution plan — See also: Defined benefit plan In economics, a defined contribution plan is a type of retirement plan in which the amount of the employer s annual contribution is specified.[1] Individual accounts are set up for participants and benefits are… …

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  • 5defined contribution plan —    A type of occupational pension that has a fixed contribution rate but does not guarantee any particular pension amount on retirement. The employer pays into the pension fund a certain amount every month or every year for each employee; this is …

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  • 6Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation — (United States) Agency overview Formed September 2, 1974 …

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  • 7pension — pen·sion n: money paid under given conditions to a person following retirement or to surviving dependents see also defined benefit plan, defined contribution plan Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 8defined benefit plan — de·fined benefit plan n: a pension plan in which the amount of benefits paid to an employee after retirement is fixed in advance in accordance with a formula given in the plan Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. defined… …

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  • 9Pension — This article is about the retirement income arrangement. For the type of lodging, see Pension (lodging). For the mortgage repayment scheme, see Mortgage loan. Financial market participants …

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  • 10Pension provision in the United Kingdom — UK Pension Provision falls into seven major divisions; Basic State Pension, State Second Pension (S2P), Occupational Pensions, Stakeholder Pensions, Group Personal Pensions and Personal or Individual Pensions. Personal Accounts automatic… …

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  • 11pension — pensionable, adj. pensionably, adv. pensionless, adj. /pen sheuhn/; Fr. /pahonn syawonn / for 3, n., pl. pensions / sheuhnz/; Fr. / syawonn / for 3, v. n. 1. a fixed amount, other than wages, paid at regular intervals to a person or to the person …

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  • 12pension plan — A plan established and maintained by an employer primarily to provide systematically for the payment of definitely determinable benefits to his employees, or their beneficiaries, over a period of years (usually for life) after retirement.… …

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  • 13pension plan — An arrangement to fund regular payments and other benefits to individuals who no longer work. Pensions can be paid by a government on the basis of age, or by employers on the basis of a period of employment. Most pension schemes require… …

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  • 14occupational pension scheme — superannuation A pension scheme open to employees within a certain trade or profession or working for a particular firm. An occupational pension scheme can either be insured or self administered. If it is insured, an insurance company pays the… …

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  • 15occupational pension scheme — superannuation A pension scheme open to employees within a certain trade or profession or working for a particular firm. An occupational pension scheme can either be insured or self administered. If it is insured, an insurance company pays the… …

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  • 16Turkish Pension System — Individual Retirement, Savings and Investment SystemThe Individual Retirement Law in Turkey has been legislated in parliament and published in the Official Gazette on May, 7th 2001. The law will be enacted after 6 months following the publishing… …

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  • 17Corporate Pension Plan — A formal arrangement between a company and its employees or the employees union that provides funding for the employees retirement. This pool of funds can be financed in several ways and will eventually be used to make periodic payments to… …

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  • 18Mutual fund — This article is about mutual funds in the United States. For other forms of mutual investment, see Collective investment scheme. A mutual fund is a professionally managed type of collective investment scheme that pools money from many investors… …

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  • 19Chile pension system — The Pension System Spanish Sistema Previsional refers to old age, disability and survivor pensions for workers in Chile [http://www.reformaprevisional.cl/reforma previsional/archivos/descargas/Manual%20Informativo.pdf Reforma Previsional, Manual… …

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  • 20Mexico Pension Plan — Mexico reformed its pension system in 1997, transforming it from a pay as you go (PAYG), defined benefit (DB) scheme to a fully funded, private and mandatory defined contribution (DC) scheme. The reform was modeled after the pension reforms in… …

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