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  2. 401(a) - Wikipedia

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    In the United States, a 401(a) plan is a tax-deferred retirement savings plan defined by subsection 401(a) of the Internal Revenue Code. The 401(a) plan is established by an employer, and allows for contributions by the employer or both employer and employee.

  3. Retirement plans in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Retirement plan; Individual retirement account (IRA) Public employee pension plans in the United States; 401(k) 403(b) - Similar to the 401(k), but for educational, religious, public healthcare, or non-profit workers; 401(a) and 457 plans - For employees of state and local governments and certain tax-exempt entities

  4. Pensions in the United States - Wikipedia

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    A Defined Benefit Plan is commonly recognized as a "pension" in the United States. The structure of these plans guarantees a payout to a retiree following their date of retirement. This contrasts with a Defined Contribution Plan which creates a trust based on the amount invested by an employee during their working years.

  5. SIMPLE IRA - Wikipedia

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    These limits are different from the limits that apply to 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans. The SIMPLE plan can technically be funded with either an IRA or a 401(k). There is almost no benefit to funding it with a 401(k), because the lower contribution limits of the SIMPLE are required as is the expensive extra administration of the 401(k).

  6. Internal Revenue Code - Wikipedia

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    Alcohol, tobacco and firearms taxes and special excise tax rules 6001–6167: Tax returns: requirements, procedural rules, payments, settlements, extensions 6201–6533: Assessment, collection, and abatement; limitations on collection & refund 6601–6751: Interest and non-criminal penalties on underpayments or failures 6801–7124: Other ...

  7. Lincoln National Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Lincoln National is the owner of U.S. Patent 7,089,201, “Method and apparatus for providing retirement income benefits”. This patent covers methods for administering variable annuities. Lincoln's commercial products that are covered by this patent include their i4LIFE Advantage and 4LaterSM Advantage annuities.

  8. Employee compensation in the United States - Wikipedia

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    A "qualifying" deferred compensation plan is one complying with the ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. Qualifying plans include 401(k) (for non-government organizations), 403(b) (for public education employers), 501(c) (3) (for non-profit organizations and ministers), and 457(b) (for state and local government ...

  9. United States corporate law - Wikipedia

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    United States corporate law regulates the governance, finance and power of corporations in US law.Every state and territory has its own basic corporate code, while federal law creates minimum standards for trade in company shares and governance rights, found mostly in the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by laws like the Sarbanes–Oxley Act of ...