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Financial terms in "Retirement and Pension"

1. non-qualified retirement plan

2. 457 plan

3. Linsco Private Ledger (LPL)

4. Hulbert Financial Digest

5. group IRA

6. Back-End Load

7. exclusion ratio

8. qualified automatic contribution arrangement (QACA)

9. prosperity

10. Roth option

11. top hat plan

12. Separate Account

13. elective deferral

14. portable pension

15. contingent pension liability

16. alternate payee

17. fully vested

18. accelerated vesting

19. tax deferral

20. Government-Sponsored Retirement Arrangement (GSRA)

21. retirement pension

22. SEP Plan

23. average contribution percentage

24. pension benefit

25. Prudent Expert Act

26. group certificate

27. reconversion

28. frozen pension

29. credit for qualified retirement savings contribution

30. retirement income fund (RIF)

31. minimum distribution

32. antique

33. IRA distributions

34. average indexed monthly earnings (AIME)

35. Individual Retirement Account

36. 403(b) plan

37. accumulation period

38. deferred group annuity

39. qualified joint and survivor annuity

40. annuitization phase

41. straight life annuity

42. National Welfare Fund

43. systematic withdrawal schedule

44. Guardian IRA

45. Active Participant

46. Retirement Equity Act of 1984

47. Pay-As-You-Go

48. retirement plan

49. fully funded

50. universal savings account

51. Nonqualified annuity

52. direct transfer

53. old age, survivors, and disability insurance

54. Guaranteed Investment Contract

55. revoked IRA

56. Hardship withdrawal

57. CODA

58. Annuity

59. contributions holiday

60. rule 72(t)

61. Salary Reduction Simplified Employee Pension Plan

62. Money purchase plan

63. consulting actuary

64. Deferred annuity

65. qualified plan

66. money purchase pension plan

67. collectively bargained plan

68. Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist (CRPS)

69. home buyers' plan (HBP)

70. Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

71. service credit

72. Plan sponsor

73. Conversion

74. life annuity

75. Lifelong Learning Plan

76. commutation right

77. indirect rollover

78. frozen plan

79. benefits administration

80. Perpetuity

81. liquid net worth

82. nondeductible contribution

83. reversionary annuity

84. highly compensated employee

85. funded status

86. pension entitlement

87. minimum pension liability

88. Cash or Deferred Arrangement

89. Load

90. NI

91. spousal beneficiary rollover

92. designated Roth account

93. defined contribution plan

94. severance costs

95. variable annuity

96. Variable Annuitization

97. life expectancy

98. incidental benefit

99. Fidelity Investments

100. automatic rollover

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Substitute Check

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Substitute checks are digital copies of the fronts and backs of paper checks that provide the same legal protections and obligations as the originals, including serving as proof of payment. Each check is formatted on a separate piece of paper a little larger than the original with the words “This is a legal copy of your check” appearing next to the image.Using digital copies, which can be transmitted electronically, allows banks to process payments faster and more efficiently than they could when paper checks had to be routed through the check clearing system. Most banks destroy original checks once they've archived the substitutes, which means that you probably no longer receive cancelled checks with your bank statement. Your bank may send you substitute checks but is more likely to provide either a line item statement or an image statement that has photocopies of the fronts and backs of cancelled checks grouped on a page. These are not substitute checks, although they can often be used as proof of payment. If you need an actual copy of a substitute check, you can request it from your bank. However, there may be a fee.

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