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Financial terms in "Brokerages"

1. del credere agency

2. Clearinghouse

3. New York Stock Exchange

4. day loan

5. National Introducing Brokers Association (NIBA)

6. guaranteed introducing broker

7. fictitious credit

8. niche player

9. Small Order Execution System

10. cancel former order (CFO)

11. local bill

12. Settlement

13. quote ticker

14. Wall Street analyst

15. performance drag

16. member's rate

17. liquidation

18. associate broker

19. Merchant Bank

20. stopped stock

21. house account

22. performance fee

23. Central Registration Depository

24. blanket recommendation

25. facilitation

26. kill

27. Certificate of Authority

28. forward premium (or discount)

29. cancel

30. bucketing

31. best-execution requirement

32. compliance department

33. buying on margin

34. Markup

35. squawk box

36. General Securities Representative Examination

37. fail position

38. SIPC

39. advisory account

40. crossed trade

41. Correspondent

42. shelf registration

43. Broker

44. contract broker

45. Series 39

46. General Mortgage Associate

47. payment for order flow

48. private placement

49. online broker

50. commission broker

51. memorandum account


53. order

54. Open order

55. Charles Schwab

56. Stockbroker

57. going ahead

58. code of procedure

59. Underwriting

60. Unlisted

61. Internalization

62. round of funding

63. direct access broker

64. disclosure requirements

65. Specialist

66. dealer bank

67. loan consent agreement

68. cage

69. syndicate bid

70. Stop order

71. balance

72. floor ticket

73. Custodian

74. full-service brokerage

75. limited discretion

76. retail brokerage

77. clearing corporation

78. National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system

79. desk trader

80. margin loan

81. due diligence meeting

82. crowd

83. same-day substitution

84. time order

85. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

86. good-this-week order (GTW)

87. discretionary proposition

88. stock loan

89. Rule 10b-6

90. Corporate Securities Limited Representative

91. receive versus payment

92. trailing stop loss

93. Trader

94. National Securities Trade Association

95. round trip commission

96. capital requirement

97. on margin

98. securities analyst

99. Scottrade

100. limit order information system

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Roth 401(k)

Categories: Retirement and Pension,

The Roth 401(k) retirement plan, which was introduced in 2006, allows you to make after-tax contributions to your account. Earnings may be withdrawn tax free, provided that you are at least 59 1/2 and your account has been open five years or more.Both the Roth 401(k) and the traditional 401(k) have the same contribution limits and distribution requirements. You can add no more than the annual federal limit each year, and you must begin taking required minimum distributions (RMD) by April 1 of the year following the year you reach age 70 1/2. You can postpone RMDs if you are still working.You may not move assets between traditional and Roth 401(k) accounts, though you may be able to split your annual contribution between the two. If you leave your job or retire, you can roll Roth 401(k) assets into a roth ira, just as you can roll traditional 401(k) assets into a traditional ira.Most 401(k) plans, including the Roth, are self-directed, which means you must choose specific investments from among those offered through the plan.

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