Fund set up for a pension plan.
a) A superannuation fund in which benefits are payable as an income stream during retirement rather than (or as well as) by way of a lump sum payment; b) The term used in the United Kingdom and United States for retirement savings plans generally (ie. the US equivalent of superannuation funds).
A fund set up by a company or government to invest the pension contributions of members and employees. These are then paid out when the beneficiaries reach the retirement age.
financial institution that invests workers' pension contributions, and pays them pensions on retirement.
(1) The assets used to pay the pensions of retirees. (2) An investment institution established to manage the assets used to pay the pensions of retirees.----------[ Back
Trust fund in which your contributions and your employer's contributions accumulate and are invested to pay for current and future pension benefits.
The Trust Fund responsible for collecting and investing contributions and for paying benefits
A trust formed for the purpose of providing retirement income for its participants. Such funds are subject to the provisions of Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
A fund established for the payment of retirement benefits.
General term used to describe an investment fund built up during working life and used at retirement to purchase an annuity to provide a continuing income.
A fund set up to pay the pension benefits of a company's workers after retirement.
A fund set up and invested by an employer or a labor union to provide retirement income for workers. The funds accumulate income and capital gains tax-free which are used to pay benefits.
a type of group savings plan by which people save money to draw out almost like a pay cheque after they retire
The amounts accumulated through contributions made and interest/growth on those contributions.
The term used in the UK and US for retirement savings plans generally (ie. the US equivalent of superannuation funds).
A fund set up by a corporation, labor union, government entity, or other organization to pay the pension benefits of retired workers. These funds invest billions of dollars annually in stocks and bonds and are a major force regulating the supply and demand of the markets.
a fund reserved to pay workers' pensions when they retire from service
a financial institution that collects regular contributions from employers to provide retirement income for employees
an investment linked to the stock market
The pool of pension plan assets that have been accumulated from the contributions made and the investment income is called a Pension Fund. The assets usually include equities, bonds, government paper and real estate.
This account holds all employer and employee contributions, plus interest or investment earnings. The fund pays out pension benefits to plan members.
General term used to describe the investment fund built up in a pension plan and used at retirement to purchase an Annuity to provide a continuing income.
A fund set up to collect regular premiums from employees and their employers, invest those funds safely and profitably, and pay out a monthly income to employees who reach a specified age and retire.... read full article
"A fund established through contributions by an employer, and often by employees, from which payments are made to employees after retirement or on disability or death."
An institution that holds assets invested in long-term mortgages and high-grade stocks and bonds having acceptable yields and security. The purpose of a pension funds is to accumulate funds to hold and invest in such a manner that will provide retirement income to participating and eligible employees.
The assets of the pension plan, which are held separate and apart from other assets of the sponsor\employer.
Fund established by a corporation, labor union or other public or private sector organization to invest employer and, in many cases, employee contributions and administer retirement benefits.
Like a mutual fund, except that the investors are long-term and bound by some common workplace affiliation (such as a union). In many countries, pension funds represent the largest single institutional investors.
(1) Assets used to pay the pensions of retirees. (2) An investment management company that manages the assets used to pay the pensions of retirees.
This usually refers to Unit Linked Pension Funds. These are funds run by Life Assurance and Pension Companies. Such funds are used for individuals contributing toward Pension Plans to invest in. The assets held within the fund are divided into a number of units.
the Church Pension Fund; the retirement program for clergy and other church workers of the Episcopal Church
A fund set up to manage the assets and pay for the pensions of retirees.
(Caisse de retraite) A fund where contributions are deposited with a view to funding pensions and other benefits promised to plan members.
A fund consisting of money contributed by the employer and/or the employees, plus earnings to provide pension benefits to retired employees of a corporation, government entity, or to other organizations.
Assets earmarked for the payment of pensions.
The contributions you make to a pension scheme are invested in a pension fund or funds. The pension fund itself is usually invested in UK or overseas equities and bonds. In most cases you can select the pension funds you want to invest in within your pension plan, although the funds available to you may depend upon the plan chosen.
This is the money saved and turned into assets of the pension scheme.
A sum of money contributed to on a regular basis, individually or collectively, providing pensions to individuals on retirement.
pension plan pension reversion
General term used to describe the investment fund built up in a pension plan and used at retirement to provide retirement benefits to provide a continuing income.
A fund that is set up to pay pension benefits to retired employees of a corporation, government entity, or to other organizations. The fund's earnings are tax deferred until withdrawn by the retiree, who is then responsible for paying taxes on the amount withdrawn. See: Legal List; Prudent Man Rule; Rate Of Return; Tax Deferred
An investment fund within a Pension Scheme which is intended to accumulate during an individual's working life from contributions and investment income, with the intention of providing an income in retirement from the purchase of an Annuity, with the possible option of an additional tax free cash lump sum being paid to the individual.