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  • 21National Institute on Retirement Security — Founder(s) The Council of Institutional Investors, The National Association of State Retirement Administrators, The National Council on Teacher Retirement Typ …

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  • 22Oklahoma Teachers' Retirement System — is the pension program for public education employees in the State of Oklahoma. As of April 30, 2010, the program had nearly 169,000 members.[1] Public education teachers and administrators are required to be OTRS members; support staff can join… …

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  • 23Eligible Automatic Contribution Arrangements - EACAs — Also known as EACAs, these were created as part of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 to encourage more worker participation in self funded defined contribution retirement plans. Like QACAs, all eligible employees must be enrolled in EACA plans… …

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  • 24Target benefit plan — A target benefit plan is a type of pension plan that contains features of a defined contribution plan but is made to appear like a defined benefit plan. It is similar to defined benefit plan in that the annual contribution is determined by a… …

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  • 25Corporate 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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  • 26Individual Retirement Account — An Individual Retirement Account (or IRA) is a retirement plan account that provides some tax advantages for retirement savings in the United States.Legal basisThe individual retirement account and related vehicles (see Definitions) were created… …

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  • 27Pension Plan — A type of retirement plan, usually tax exempt, wherein an employer makes contributions toward a pool of funds set aside for an employee s future benefit. The pool of funds is then invested on the employee s behalf, allowing the employee to… …

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  • 28Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board — Federal Thrift Retirement Investment BoardEstablished:1986Director:Andrew SaulEmployees:100 (2004)The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board was established as an independent agency of the United States government by the Federal Employees… …

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  • 29Keogh Plan — A tax deferred pension plan available to self employed individuals or unincorporated businesses for retirement purposes. A Keogh plan can be set up as either a defined benefit or defined contribution plan, although most plans are defined… …

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  • 30Cash Balance Pension Plan — A pension plan under which an employer credits a participant s account with a set percentage of his or her yearly compensation plus interest charges. A cash balance pension plan is a defined benefit plan. As such, the plan s funding limits,… …

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  • 31Thrift Savings Plan — The Federal Thrift Savings Plan, or TSP, is a retirement savings plan for civilians who are, or previously were, employed by the United States Government and for members of the uniformed services. The TSP encompasses many millions of investors… …

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  • 32pension 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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  • 33Keogh Plan — Unreferenced|date=July 2008Keogh plans are full fledged pension plans for self employed people in the United States.HistoryNamed for United States Congress Representative Eugene James Keogh of New York, they are sometimes called HR10 plans and… …

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  • 34money purchase plan — USA money purchase plan, Also known as a money purchase pension plan. A defined contribution plan that provides for an individual account for each participant and for fixed employer contributions. Benefits under a money purchase plan are… …

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  • 35money purchase pension plan — USA money purchase plan, Also known as a money purchase pension plan. A defined contribution plan that provides for an individual account for each participant and for fixed employer contributions. Benefits under a money purchase plan are… …

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  • 36Money-Purchase Pension Plan — A pension plan to which employers and employees make contributions based on a percentage of annual earnings, in accordance with the terms of the plan. Upon retirement, the total pool of capital in the member s account can be used to purchase a… …

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  • 37Thrift Savings Plan - TSP — A retirement savings plan created by the Federal Employee s Retirement System Act of 1986 for current or retired employees of the federal civil service. The thrift savings plan is a defined contribution plan designed to give federal employees the …

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  • 38Variable Benefit Plan — A type of retirement plan in which the payout changes depending on how well the plan s investments perform. Variable benefit plans, also called defined contribution plans, allow the plan holder to manage his or her own account. By contrast, a… …

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  • 39Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist (CRPS) — A professional designation awarded by the College for Financial Planning to individuals who specialize in creating, implementing and maintaining retirement plans for businesses. They must pass an exam demonstrating their expertise. Successful… …

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  • 40employee stock ownership plan — n: esop Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. employee stock ownership plan …

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