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1. deemers

2. Dividend clientele

3. deferred group annuity

4. deliverable grades

5. data processing coverage

6. Datatype

7. drag

8. Digitize

9. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

10. Discounting

11. Digital Imaging Technician

12. debt-based asset

13. Documentary Stamps

14. Disclosure Problem

15. Data Confrontation

16. direct access trading

17. designer bugs

18. domestic production

19. dwelling

20. dew point

21. direct loan

22. deliverable instrument

23. District Court

24. drawback system

25. delayed annuity

26. diamond investment trust

27. debt overhang

28. deferred share

29. Declaration Of Trust

30. dividing head

31. direct profit

32. Double-decker Thrift

33. demand-led inflation

34. descriptive memorandum

35. dud cheque

36. distribution panel

37. delta hedging

38. Distribution Cost Advantage

39. designated agent

40. DKK

41. dating

42. DiD

43. due process

44. Descendants

45. Disclosure

46. Desktop Publishing

47. Default Swap

48. dollar drain

49. Direct Investment Position Data

50. dual-class ownership

51. Down-conversion

52. discounted payback period

53. DAX 100

54. degree of relative liquidity (DRL)

55. dozing

56. distressed security

57. distribution stock

58. decedent (IRD) deduction

59. designated beneficiary

60. Dollar safety margin

61. Duration

62. Days Of Inventory On Hand

63. Depository Trust Company

64. depreciation insurance

65. Defective Sample

66. Debtors

67. Declined Risk Class

68. domestic corporation

69. Distribution Of Wealth

70. Debt-to-equity ratio

71. deferred income taxes

72. dividends-received deduction

73. door

74. delay in start-up (DSU) insurance

75. defensive open market operations

76. Discounted payback period rule

77. dividend frequency

78. dressing up a portfolio

79. data processing insurance

80. delayed completion coverage

81. deposit-taking institution

82. Deferred tax expense

83. data processors errors and omissions coverage

84. debt collection agency

85. direct nailing

86. diamond top formation

87. Domestic series

88. delayed toggle switch

89. Deal stock

90. dog-eared board

91. diversified holding company

92. Drop, The

93. Differentials

94. direct luminaire

95. design build-professional liability insurance

96. DAC

97. Dissenting Opinion

98. Dual listing

99. deposit accounting

100. Defined Contribution (DC) Occupational Pension Plans

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529 College Savings Plan

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Each 529 college savings plan is sponsored by a particular state or group of states, and while each plan is a little different, they share many basic elements. When you invest in a 529 savings plan, any earnings in your account accumulate tax free, and you can make federally tax-free withdrawals to pay for qualified educational expenses, such as college tuition, room and board, and books at any accredited college, university, vocational, or technical program in the United States and a number of institutions overseas. Some states also exempt earnings from state income tax, and may offer additional advantages to state residents, such as tax deductions for contributions.You must name a beneficiary when you open a 529 savings plan account, but you may change beneficiaries if you wish, as long as the new beneficiary is a member of the same extended family as the original beneficiary.In most cases, you may choose any state's plan, even if neither you nor your beneficiary live in that state. There are no income limits restricting who can contribute to a plan, and the lifetime contributions are more than $300,000 in some states.You can make a one-time contribution of $60,000 without incurring potential gift tax, provided you don't make another contribution for five years. Or, you may prefer to add smaller amounts, up to the annual gift exclusion.

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