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Financial terms in "Retirement and Pension"

1. retirement plan

2. Surrender Period

3. Perpetuity

4. incidental benefit

5. benefits administration

6. joint life annuity

7. Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist (CRPS)

8. Variable Annuitization

9. excess distribution

10. term certain method

11. group certificate

12. retirement pension

13. graduated vesting

14. Recharacterization

15. pension entitlement

16. negative election

17. overcontribution

18. Single-Premium Deferred Annuity

19. alternate payee

20. designated beneficiary

21. highly compensated employee

22. 90-age formula

23. participating GIC

24. Financial planner

25. floor plan

26. Conduit IRA

27. qualified joint and survivor annuity

28. old age, survivors, and disability insurance

29. IRA distributions

30. deferred account

31. Linsco Private Ledger (LPL)

32. actuarial adjustment

33. home buyers' plan (HBP)

34. matured RRSP

35. SIMPLE 401(k) Plan

36. average indexed monthly earnings (AIME)

37. Guaranteed Investment Contract

38. accumulation period

39. actual deferral percentage (ADP)

40. Social Security

41. 457 plan

42. fixed amortization method

43. money purchase pension plan

44. qualified trust

45. deferred payment annuity

46. accrued benefit

47. advance funded pension plan

48. pension benefit

49. National Welfare Fund

50. bank trust custodial account

51. agency matching contributions

52. allocation of plan assets on termination

53. Separate Account

54. antique

55. qualified distribution

56. extended IRA

57. spousal beneficiary rollover

58. Retirement Equity Act of 1984

59. SPD

60. Nest Egg

61. employer's contribution

62. contingent pension liability

63. voluntary contribution

64. earnings-related pension

65. contribution

66. indirect rollover

67. full surrender

68. annuitization phase

69. Statement of Changes in Net Assets Available for Pension Benefits

70. SEP Plan

71. Determination Letter

72. top hat plan

73. non-insured plan

74. life expectancy

75. defined contribution plan

76. immediate annuity

77. annuity factor method

78. plan asset

79. life annuity

80. age-weighted plan

81. Federal Insurance Contributions Act

82. designated Roth account

83. funded pension plan

84. beneficiary

85. Government-Sponsored Retirement Arrangement (GSRA)

86. PIMCO

87. deferred group annuity

88. electronic transfer account (ETA)

89. Cash or Deferred Arrangement

90. locked-in retirement account (LIRA)

91. minimum distribution

92. Surrender Charge

93. Collectible

94. combination annuity

95. Money purchase plan

96. Pension Fund

97. consulting actuary

98. agency automatic contributions

99. Salary Reduction Simplified Employee Pension Plan

100. year's maximum pensionable earnings (YMPE)

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Community Reinvestment Act Of 1977

Categories: Banking, Economics,

Law passed by Congress in 1977 requiring banks and other depository financial institutions to help meet credit needs of the community in which the bank or financial institution is chartered and operating in. These include meeting the credit needs of low to moderate income neighborhoods, provided that they had safe and consistent operations. A bank's or depository financial institutions' compliance with the community reinvestment act is taken into consideration when a bank or depository financial institution desires to expand and build new bank branches or in mergers and acquisitions. The community reinvestment act does not specifically list any civil or punitive damages and does not list specific criteria for evaluating the performance of a financial institution. Rather, the community reinvestment act may be taken into consideration in conjunction with the equal credit opportunity act that does list specific civil and punitive damages for discriminating credit applicants based upon their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status or age.

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