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Financial terms in "Credit and Debt"

1. loan-to-value

2. proceed order

3. Agreement of Sale

4. homestead

5. forward sale

6. origination points

7. settlement sheet

8. preferred debt

9. at call

10. overadvance

11. flyspecking

12. staging

13. entitlement

14. central business district

15. trust beneficiary

16. Origination Fee

17. inverse condemnation

18. trust account

19. lock box

20. structural defects

21. alternative mortgage

22. broad evidence rule

23. asset-liability committee (ALCO)

24. Lock commitment letter

25. inner city

26. Blemished borrowers

27. blended rate

28. junior

29. GNMA midget

30. construction loan note

31. government patent

32. comprehensive glass insurance

33. prime accounts

34. payment bond

35. name, reservation of

36. Deadbeat

37. clearance letter

38. fictitious groups

39. debenture redemption reserve

40. American Insurance Association

41. law day

42. mid-rise

43. upzoning

44. quarterly income debt securities (QUIDS)

45. usable square footage

46. Homebuyer protection plan

47. Johannesburg Interbank Agreed Rate (JIBAR)

48. low rise

49. apportionment clause

50. Negative Amortization

51. external depreciation

52. less than freehold estate

53. broker loan

54. coinsurance requirement

55. recreational lease

56. low documentation loan

57. student loan consolidation

58. negative leverage

59. net borrower

60. home debtor

61. paydown

62. commercial acre

63. Section 8 housing

64. Guaranteed Mortgage Price Agreement (GMPA)

65. quasi-equity

66. association of unit owners

67. trading on the equity

68. leverage up

69. Wholesale mortgage prices

70. Payment rate

71. Payment power

72. nuisance

73. regional diversification

74. interest rate agreement

75. settle

76. interest arbitrage

77. Mortgage lead

78. International Swaps and Derivatives Association

79. common elements

80. taking

81. cross defaulting

82. zone condemnation

83. reentry

84. borrowing power of securities

85. for sale by owner (FSBO)

86. Transfer of Ownership

87. Payment adjustment interval

88. Maggie Mae (MGIC)

89. Rate sheets

90. schematics

91. common areas

92. natural affection

93. claim dilution

94. Seller contribution

95. build to suit

96. General Mortgage Associate

97. never nester

98. level payment mortgage

99. Special Lien

100. back-to-back commitment

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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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