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July 12th, 2010

The Corporate Pension Plan

(Money Manager) - A corporate pension plan is set up between a company and its employees or its employee union, specifically for the purpose of allowing money to be set aside for the employee's retirement. The specific details of these plans vary, depending on the particular plan that has been set up by an employer. Money can be placed into these plans in a number of different ways, both by the employee as well as by the employer.

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June 21st, 2010

What is a 412(i) Plan?

(Money Manager) - The 412(i) plan is designed to be used for small United States business owners. These plans often suit the needs of those who might have problems saving for retirement while also focusing on building and investing in their company. These plans can provide the largest possible tax deduction, and are funded by an insurance company.

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June 1st, 2010

What is the Teacher Retirement System?

(Money Manager) - Teacher retirement systems are offered by individual states, for the purpose of offering pension and retirement benefits to teachers and other qualifying education system employees. These systems can vary widely from state to state in the way they are funded and how the contributions are made. There are also differences in how the percentage of the teacher's final salary is calculated according to the plan and how a teacher qualifies for the pension. There are also differences in the portability of the pension benefits.

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September 15th, 2008

SEP IRA

(Money Manager) - A SEP IRA is a type of individual retirement account that has different tax rules than other types of IRA's. With a few exceptions, a SEP IRA is subject to the same rules as a Traditional IRA. One of the differences is that a SEP IRA is set up by an employer for employees, or for himself if he is self-employed. Traditional IRA's are not set up by employees. As a result, SEP IRA's have rules as to who is an eligible employee, employer contribution limits, and so forth. Self-employed individuals with no employees make up the bulk of those establishing this type of IRA, although some employers with employees do have SEP IRA's.

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