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Financial terms in "Mutual Funds"

1. semiconductor industry ETF

2. pooled fund

3. Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA)

4. clone

5. upgrade

6. Class C shares

7. rabbi trust

8. benchmark for correlation values

9. mutual fund symbol

10. bid/ask spread

11. oil stabilization fund

12. minimum investment

13. limited risk

14. C shares

15. Expense Ratio

16. Equity fund

17. subadvisor

18. Emirates Investment Authority (EIA)

19. Level 1 asset

20. yardstick

21. water ETF

22. REIT ETF

23. creation unit

24. real estate fund

25. gilt fund

26. Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA)

27. closed-end investment company

28. basket

29. State General Reserve Fund

30. money market mutual fund

31. MEXID

32. active index fund

33. Brazil ETF

34. annual turnover

35. mutual fund share classes

36. event driven

37. tax-managed fund

38. leveraged ETF

39. asked price

40. Russia ETF

41. Chemicals Industry ETF

42. Listing

43. Delta One

44. SAFE Investment Company

45. core holding

46. passive exchange traded fund

47. New York Stock Exchange

48. single-country mutual fund

49. common contractual fund (CCF)

50. capital guarantee

51. Restricted security

52. exempt security

53. fund supermarket

54. institutional shares

55. fund company

56. forward

57. Registrar

58. pooled income fund

59. upside

60. redemption mechanism

61. capital gain dividend

62. Corporate Income Fund (CIF)

63. Custodial account

64. performance-based compensation

65. Law Of One Price

66. Face value

67. Government Of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC)

68. mutual fund cash level

69. average weighted maturity

70. feeder fund

71. clone fund

72. no-load

73. tax-free bond fund

74. Abu Dhabi Investment Council (ADIC)

75. distributor

76. gaming industry ETF

77. International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC)

78. international ETF

79. Over-the-Counter

80. managed currency fund

81. Rating service

82. distribution reinvestment

83. worthless

84. commingled fund

85. Sharpe ratio

86. cash equivalents

87. Hulbert Financial Digest

88. unitized fund

89. paper industry ETF

90. diversified fund

91. Chartered Portfolio Manager (CPM)

92. drawn securities

93. Council of Institutional Investors (CII)

94. fund manager

95. manager of managers

96. gilt unit trust

97. Sterling ratio

98. risk

99. bear funds

100. assets under management

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SIMPLE

Categories: Retirement and Pension,

A SIMPLE, also known as a simple ira, is short for Savings Incentive Match Plans for Employees, an employer sponsored retirement savings plan that may be offered by companies with fewer than 100 employees. Employers must contribute to eligible employees' accounts each year in one of two ways. They can make a contribution equal to 2% of salary for every employee, or match dollar-for-dollar each employee's contribution to the plan, up to 3% of that employee's annual salary.A SIMPLE may be set up by establishing an IRA in each employee's name or as a 401(k). Congress sets an annual dollar limit on the tax-deferred amount an employee may contribute, based on the type of SIMPLE it is. Contribution ceilings for SIMPLE-IRAs are lower than for other employer sponsored plans.You may withdraw assets from a SIMPLE without penalty if you are 59 1/2 or older and retired. And you must begin taking minimum required distributions by April 1 of the year following the year you turn 70 1/2 unless you're still working. Taxes are due on distributions at your regular tax rate. You may roll your assets over into another employer plan or an IRA if you leave your job for any reason or retire.Two key differences between SIMPLEs and other employer plans are that your account must be open at least two years before you can withdraw or move the money, and the federal tax penalty for early withdrawal is 25% of the amount you take, rather than 10%.

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