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Financial terms in "Retirement and Pension"

1. participating GIC

2. frozen plan

3. TIAA-CREF

4. group certificate

5. Recharacterization

6. life annuity

7. immediate annuity

8. funded pension plan

9. OASDI

10. agency matching contributions

11. Social Security

12. Cash or Deferred Arrangement

13. deferred group annuity

14. credit for qualified retirement savings contribution

15. accumulation period

16. fixed amortization method

17. locked-in retirement account (LIRA)

18. income replacement ratio

19. pension adjustment reversal (PAR)

20. combination annuity

21. life expectancy

22. automatic rollover

23. golden boot

24. full surrender

25. Plan sponsor

26. home buyers' plan (HBP)

27. self-directed retirement account

28. frozen pension

29. commutation right

30. active member

31. term certain annuity

32. non-contributory plan

33. FICA

34. benefit offset

35. overcontribution

36. hybrid pension plan

37. Flexible spending account

38. Superannuation

39. plan asset

40. prosperity

41. tax deferral

42. contributions holiday

43. single-employer plan

44. matching funds

45. early retirement

46. Prudent Expert Act

47. interest assumption

48. annuitization phase

49. Education IRA

50. money purchase pension plan

51. earnings-related pension

52. benefits administration

53. after-tax contributions

54. pension reversion

55. preretirement survivor annuity

56. Social Security Act

57. highly compensated employee

58. Guardian IRA

59. systematic withdrawal schedule

60. 401(a) plan

61. reconversion

62. actuarial adjustment

63. revoked IRA

64. accrued benefit

65. SEP-IRA

66. exclusion ratio

67. elective deferral

68. Pay-As-You-Go

69. financial planning

70. Separate Account

71. consumption smoothing

72. spousal rollover

73. retirement pension

74. annuity certain

75. amortization method

76. annuitization method

77. IRA rollover

78. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

79. Integrated pension plan

80. joint life annuity

81. deferred payment annuity

82. net unrealized appreciation

83. retirement age

84. minimum pension liability

85. IRA distributions

86. NIC

87. Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS)

88. top hat plan

89. age-weighted plan

90. qualified plan

91. severance costs

92. deferred nominal life annuity

93. 90-age formula

94. Leveraged Employee Stock Ownership Plan (LESOP)

95. Front-End Load

96. pension entitlement

97. annuity factor method

98. registered retirement income fund

99. fully vested

100. pension

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FACT Act (Fair And Accurate Credit Transactions Act)

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Designed to help consumers check their credit reports for accuracy and detect identity theft early, the FACT Act gives every consumer the right to request a free report from each of the three major credit bureaus - Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion - once a year.To obtain your free reports, you must request them through the Annual credit report Request Service (www.annualcreditreport.com or 877-322-8228). If you request your credit report directly from one of the three credit reporting agencies or through another service, you'll pay a fee.Most experts recommend staggering your requests for the free reports - for instance, ordering one in January, the second in May, and the third in September - so that you can keep an eye on your credit throughout the year.It's also a good idea to check your report at least two months before you anticipate applying for a major loan or a job, so you can notify the credit bureau if you find any inaccuracies.You're also entitled to a free report directly from the credit reporting bureaus if you've recently been denied credit, have been turned down for a job, are on public assistance, or have reason to suspect that you're a victim of credit fraud or identity theft.

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