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Financial terms in "International Trade"

1. creditor nation

2. import penetration

3. Invisibles

4. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

5. Advising bank

6. trade deficit

7. Customs Duty

8. Import Duty

9. customs seal

10. trade barrier

11. Trade Agreement

12. counterpurchase

13. EFTA

14. Export Credit Guarantee Department

15. common market

16. Customs Broker

17. WTO

18. Country risk

19. anti-dumping duty

20. Dumping

21. anti-dumping

22. embargo

23. Inland Revenue

24. Balance of trade


26. import

27. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

28. one-way trade

29. visible

30. EEC

31. protective tariff

32. open economy

33. balance of payments surplus

34. EC

35. fair trade

36. European Community

37. Most Favored Nation

38. Countervailing Duty

39. bilateral trade

40. Quota

41. clearance certificate

42. border tax adjustment

43. Customs Union

44. customs barrier

45. OECD

46. external trade

47. import surcharge

48. MFN

49. Notifying Bank

50. tariff

51. External market

52. Trade balance

53. OPEC

54. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

55. free trade zone

56. exportation

57. landing order

58. Landed Costs

59. offshoring

60. invisible trade

61. Free Port

62. EEA

63. Countertrade

64. economic sanctions

65. Trade War

66. BOT

67. Export-Import Bank

68. Exports

69. European Economic Area

70. European Free Trade Association

71. forfaiting

72. free trade area

73. World Trade Organization

74. free trade

75. balance of payments deficit

76. BOP

77. debtor nation

78. Bonded Warehouse

79. GATT

80. quota system

81. international trade

82. Protectionism

83. Certificate of Origin

84. import quota

85. Balance of payments

86. ECGD

87. customs entry point

88. trade surplus

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Definition / Meaning of

IRA Rollover

Categories: Retirement and Pension, Tax,

If you move assets from an existing individual retirement account (IRA) or an employer sponsored retirement plan to an IRA, you've completed an IRA rollover. You owe no income tax on the money you move if you deposit the full amount into the new IRA within 60 days or arrange a direct transfer from the existing account to the new account. If you're moving money from an employer's retirement plan to a rolllover IRA yourself, the plan administrator is required to withhold 20% of the total.That amount is refunded after you file your income tax return, provided you've deposited the full amount into the new account on time, including the 20% that's been withheld. Any amount you don't deposit within the 60-day period is considered an early withdrawal and you'll have to pay tax on it.You might also have to pay a penalty for early withdrawal if you're younger than 59 1/2. But if you arrange a direct transfer from your plan to the rollover ira nothing is withheld.

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5. Audit Committee
6. Employee Retirement Income Security Act Section 404(c)
7. Expiration Cycle
8. Anniversary Rating Date
9. Limited Severability Provision
10. Highest And Best Use

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