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1. Population Registers

2. Publication

3. pipestem lot

4. Proportion Of Youths In Education

5. precedent

6. period certain

7. pay phone

8. Price-to-earnings ratio (P/E)

9. Promotional Stock

10. public system

11. Paris Pair

12. Price-to-sales ratio

13. Paid-up Share capital

14. personal umbrella policy

15. PKR

16. Protein Engineering

17. policy definitions

18. payroll deduction

19. primary distribution

20. prevailing rate

21. Phantom stock plan

22. Pass-through security

23. pargeting

24. Phillips screwdriver

25. Probate

26. Prerequisites Of Quality

27. Pari-Mutuel Revenues

28. paragraph 17

29. Purchase fund

30. Prior Restraint

31. personal profit exclusion

32. Place Of Occurrence

33. Personalty

34. Point Of Interconnection (POI)

35. postcard receipt 

36. Premium Earned

37. Pollution Insurance

38. pre-syndicate bid

39. Pre-Money Valuation

40. Percentage-of-completion

41. P/E effect

42. Profit

43. Plant Specific Economies Of Scale

44. property damage liability losses

45. Perpendicular spread

46. Product cycle

47. performance and payment bond

48. Probalistic Checking Rule

49. permanent total disability

50. Passive Activity Loss Rules

51. paste

52. poverty line

53. prefabricated house

54. prohibition of voluntary payments provision

55. posting

56. puddling

57. Pay As You Go (PAYG) Plan

58. patio

59. Permanent Injunction

60. Preferred stock ratio

61. purchasing

62. plaster bead

63. Prime rate fund

64. performance fee

65. Pre-Dup

66. principal sum

67. Plain View Doctrine

68. Prior Lien

69. Preapproval

70. power consumption

71. preponderance of evidence

72. profit and loss statement

73. prior acts coverage

74. plumb bond

75. Porter's Generic Strategies

76. Post-enumeration Survey (PES) Of A Census

77. postal account

78. poplar

79. project budget

80. Performance-based Standard

81. Precedence

82. pedestal sink

83. price multiple

84. physical market

85. pledgee

86. Percentage financial statement

87. Position Limit

88. Pension Protection Act of 2006

89. Philippine Stock Exchange

90. Purpose loan

91. policyholder dividends

92. PISA Index Of The Use Of School Resources

93. proprietary drug

94. Present Value Index (PVI)

95. prosperity

96. photometer

97. Probate estate

98. panel board

99. Partitioning (transactions)

100. Panel

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Roth 401(k)

Categories: Retirement and Pension,

The Roth 401(k) retirement plan, which was introduced in 2006, allows you to make after-tax contributions to your account. Earnings may be withdrawn tax free, provided that you are at least 59 1/2 and your account has been open five years or more.Both the Roth 401(k) and the traditional 401(k) have the same contribution limits and distribution requirements. You can add no more than the annual federal limit each year, and you must begin taking required minimum distributions (RMD) by April 1 of the year following the year you reach age 70 1/2. You can postpone RMDs if you are still working.You may not move assets between traditional and Roth 401(k) accounts, though you may be able to split your annual contribution between the two. If you leave your job or retire, you can roll Roth 401(k) assets into a roth ira, just as you can roll traditional 401(k) assets into a traditional ira.Most 401(k) plans, including the Roth, are self-directed, which means you must choose specific investments from among those offered through the plan.

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