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1. Krugerrand Gold Coin

2. Khazanah Nasional

3. Kyrgyzstani Som - KGS

4. Korea Investment Corporation (KIC)

5. Knowledge Management

6. Kind-of-activity Unit Eurostat

7. kite flier

8. knob and tube wiring

9. knife consistency

10. kind codes 

11. KAZ

12. Kudos

13. Korea Stock Exchange (KSC) .KS

14. kijun line

15. KGZ

16. Keating Five

17. Kaizen

18. Kidnap Insurance

19. Keogh plan

20. killer bee

21. kafer fitting

22. KWT

23. kiln dried lumber

24. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE)

25. Knowbot

26. Key industry

27. Know your customer

28. Korea Investment Corporation

29. Kuala Lumpur Options and Financial Futures Exchange (KLOFFE)

30. kidnap/ransom insurance

31. Killer App

32. known loss provision

33. knock-out option

34. KPW

35. keeper

36. Kind-of-activity Unit ISIC Rev. 3

37. Keyword Advertising

38. key man insurance

39. Key Ratio

40. Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI)

41. Key Currency

42. Kondratiev Wave

43. KOR

44. key holding

45. KLEMS Multi-factor Productivity

46. Kenneth I. Chenault

47. kiln

48. Kenneth Arrow

49. Keefe Bank Index

50. Knowledge Worker

51. Keogh Account

52. Kuwaiti Dinar

53. kitchen sink bond

54. Kairi Relative Index

55. Kruggerand

56. kit home

57. Keogh Act plan

58. key

59. kilogram

60. kangaroo bond

61. kilocalorie

62. knife switch

63. KHR

64. killing

65. Kamikaze Defense

66. kiwi bond

67. Kitchen

68. Key Employee

69. KZ

70. kick-out clause

71. Kangaroo Court

72. knockout plug

73. Korea Stock Exchange (kse)

74. known loss rule

75. KILM

76. key reversal day

77. Keyframe

78. Karl Albrecht

79. Kind-of-activity Unit - SNA

80. KN

81. kilowatt

82. Korematsu V. United States (1944)

83. K

84. Kiribati Dollar

85. Kcbot

86. knife

87. Kiddie tax

88. king closer

89. Kiasu

90. Kijun-Sen

91. key employee insurance

92. Key Performance Indicators - KPI

93. kick hole

94. Krugerrand

95. KW

96. Korea Stock Exchange (KRX)

97. kite-flying

98. kilowatt hour

99. Kicker Pattern

100. Key Account

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A 403(b) plan, sometimes known as a tax-sheltered annuity (TSA) or a tax-deferred annuity (TDA), is an employer sponsored retirement savings plan for employees of not-for-profit organizations, such as colleges, hospitals, foundations, and cultural institutions. Some employers offer 403(b) plans as a supplement to - rather than a replacement for - defined benefit (pension)s. Others offer them as the organization's only retirement plan.Your contributions to a traditional 403(b) are tax deductible, and any earnings are tax deferred. Contributions to a Roth 403(b) are made with after-tax dollars, but the withdrawals are tax free if the account has been open at least five years and you're 59 1/2 or older. There's an annual contribution limit, but you can add an additional catch-up contribution if you're 50 or older.With a 403(b), you are responsible for making your own investment decisions by choosing from among investment alternatives offered by the plan. You can roll over your assets to another employer's plan or an IRA when you leave your job, or to an IRA when you retire.You may withdraw without penalty once you reach 59 1/2, or sometimes earlier if you retire. You must begin required withdrawals by April 1 of the year following the year you turn 70 1/2 unless you are still working. In that case, you can postpone withdrawals until April 1 following the year you retire.

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