(See: pension plan.)
Any tax-deferred plan established by an employer for its employees. Retirement plans may be qualified or non-qualified.
A written qualified or nonqualified benefit plan, funded by employer and employee contributions, that provides retirement income benefits for employees.
a plan for setting aside money to be spent after retirement
a balance sheet (Defined Benefit) or financial statement (Defined Contribution) item
a contract of This phase will be called "STRAW" (Accelerated Plan of Anticipated Retirement to explain itself at least what is to see tele without a remote control
a defined contribution plan
a great way to compensate your employees and offer them financial security for the future
a highly visible employee benefit that can be used to attract and retain a valuable workforce
a special type of account that you can establish at a bank, brokerage, or any other financial institution, either on your own or through your employer
A plan for setting aside funds from current income in appropriate investments with the expectation that money will accumulate and grow so that period withdrawals may be made during retirement. The term can also refer to the individual investment options offered to employees by employers.
See Qualified Retirement Plan.
A retirement plan provides retirement income, or it is a savings device in which contributions appreciate over time, with income taxes deferred until withdrawals are made when an employee reaches a certain age or takes money out before that time.
A person's unique plan for meeting his or her retirement obligations or an employer-sponsored tax advantaged program to accumulate assets for retirement of the plan's participants.
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A Retirement Plan is an agreement on the part of management to provide a vehicle for the retirement income needs of employees. Such plans may be qualified or non-qualified for tax purposes. The two main types of retirement plans are DEFINED BENEIFT PLANS and DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS.
A retirement plan is an arrangement to provide people with an income, or pension, during retirement, when they are no longer earning a steady income from employment. Retirement plans may be set up by employers, insurance companies, the government or other institutions such as employer associations or trade unions. Retirement plans are more commonly known as pension schemes in the UK and Ireland and superannuation plans in Australia.