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Financial terms in "Retirement and Pension"

1. loanback

2. Single-Premium Deferred Annuity

3. Buyout

4. Money purchase plan

5. tax deferral

6. earned benefit

7. pension plan administrator

8. Perpetuity

9. eligibility requirements

10. OASDI

11. IRA

12. four percent rule

13. Certified Senior Consultant (CSC)

14. FICA

15. longevity risk

16. fully vested

17. deferred nominal life annuity

18. eligible automatic contribution arrangement (EACA)

19. age-weighted plan

20. plan asset

21. retirement pension

22. 403(b) plan

23. Surrender Charge

24. Hulbert Financial Digest

25. non-contributory plan

26. fixed amortization method

27. universal savings account

28. nonelective contribution

29. Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS)

30. no-load

31. stock savings plan

32. alternate payee

33. flexible benefit plan

34. Individual Retirement Account

35. Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist (CRPS)

36. minimum pension liability

37. redeposit

38. non-insured plan

39. retirement planning

40. National Insurance

41. vesting

42. Flexible spending account

43. minimum distribution

44. year's maximum pensionable earnings (YMPE)

45. Plan sponsor

46. qualified distribution

47. Brokerage window

48. certain annuity

49. electronic transfer account (ETA)

50. elective deferral

51. term certain method

52. National Pensions Reserve Fund

53. Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees

54. defined contribution plan

55. Superannuation

56. graduated vesting

57. amortization method

58. voluntary contribution

59. early retirement

60. saver's tax credit

61. preretirement survivor annuity

62. SEP-IRA

63. 90-age formula

64. SIMPLE 401(k) Plan

65. single-employer plan

66. summary annual report

67. frozen plan

68. earnings-related pension

69. nonforfeitable benefit

70. qualified trust

71. Roth option

72. benefits administration

73. commutation right

74. Cafeteria Plan

75. joint-life payout

76. matching funds

77. Deferred annuity

78. term certain annuity

79. designated Roth account

80. direct transfer

81. equity-indexed annuity

82. Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

83. distress termination

84. Fidelity Investments

85. tax-deferred savings plan

86. negative election

87. salary reduction

88. interest assumption

89. Catch-up contribution

90. SARSEP

91. Accumulation unit

92. GUST restatement

93. Conversion

94. PBGC

95. actuarial assumption

96. automatic rollover

97. deferred payment annuity

98. funded status

99. occupational pension

100. Social Security Tax

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Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002

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Named after its main Congressional sponsors, Senator Paul Sarbanes and representative Michael Oxley, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 introduced new financial practices and reporting requirements, including executive certification of financial reports, plus more stringent corporate governance procedures for publicly traded US companies and added protections for whistleblowers. Also known as the Corporate and Auditing accountability, Responsibility, and Transparency Act, or more colloquially as SarbOx or SOX, the law was passed in response to several high-profile corporate scandals involving accounting fraud and corruption in major Us corporations.The law also created the public company accounting oversight board (PCAOB), a private-sector, nonprofit corporation that regulates and oversees public accounting firms.The law has seen its share of controversy, with opponents arguing that the expense and effort involved in complying with the law reduce shareholder value, and proponents arguing that increased corporate responsibility and transparency far outweigh the costs of compliance.

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