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1. Relative PE

2. regional stock exchange

3. Review

4. reassess

5. real estate educators association

6. Rape

7. Reclassification Due To Changes In Functions

8. Restricted Access

9. rentier

10. rod saw blade

11. Repayable Margins

12. registers

13. rules of origin

14. Reliance

15. Retail credit

16. RICO

17. rollercoaster swap

18. Research And Development Expenditure

19. rubbed finish

20. Research And Development Personnel

21. researcher

22. Railway Traffic

23. Research And Development And Scientific And Technological Innovation

24. Risk-free Bond

25. residential member

26. recreational facilities

27. Ratings Point

28. referral

29. Right of redemption

30. ready, willing and able buyer

31. regional planning

32. Risk-adjusted profitability

33. ratchet hoist

34. rooming house

35. rough out

36. retaining wall

37. Refinancing

38. Registered Capital

39. Retirement Expenditure

40. Road

41. ripple

42. relative value

43. Revolving Credit Account

44. Reference Chronology

45. Romalpa clause

46. Research Co-efficients

47. retractable preferred shares

48. Resources

49. Recorded Data Element

50. Realized yield

51. Resyndication limited partnership

52. Retail Park

53. Relative Standard Deviation

54. retractable bond

55. Rate anticipation swaps

56. resumption plan

57. repossessed autos endorsement

58. regional development grant

59. random

60. Risk-averse

61. Road Cabotage Transport

62. Road Passenger-kilometre

63. Rate of Return

64. Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority - RAKIA

65. retirement annuity

66. Rule of 78

67. raked joint

68. Rescheduling Agreement

69. rod

70. Ratio Strategy

71. recapture clause

72. Reverse subsidiary merger

73. restraint of trade

74. Reasonable Person

75. Rail Passenger Embarked

76. Rust Belt

77. Resource Rent Derived From Capital Service Flow Calculation

78. Registration Applicant

79. Ratable

80. Real Holding Gains / Losses (non- Residents)

81. Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits - REMIC

82. Rights of survivorship

83. Random Event

84. refurbish

85. Roe V. Wade (1973)

86. Reset

87. Round-trip transactions costs

88. ready-mix truck

89. Reinvoicing center

90. remedial response

91. reserve ratio

92. Rail Passenger Journey

93. Representative Sample

94. Rolling Eps

95. Rates Of Change

96. reverse calendar spread

97. Return on investment (ROI)

98. radial drill

99. Return On Assets

100. Rental Fleet

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Education Savings Account (ESA)

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You can put up to $2,000 a year into a coverdell education savings account (ESA) that you establish in the name of a minor child. The assets in the account can be invested any way you choose.There is no limit on the number of accounts you can set up for different beneficiaries, but no more than a total of $2,000 can be contributed in a single beneficiary's name in any one year. If you choose, you may switch the beneficiary of an ESA to another member of the same extended family.Your contribution is not tax deductible. But any earnings that accumulate in the account can be withdrawn tax free if they're used to pay qualified educational expenses for the beneficiary until he or she reaches age 30. The costs can be incurred at any level, from elementary school through a graduate degree, or at a qualified post-secondary technical or vocational school. There are no restrictions on using ESA money in the same year the student uses other tax-free savings, or the student, parent, or guardian uses tax credits for educational expenses. But you can't take a credit for expenses you covered with tax-free withdrawals.To qualify to make a full $2,000 contribution to an ESA, your modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) must be $95,000 or less, and your right to make any contribution at all is phased out if your MAGI is $110,000 if you're a single taxpayer. The comparable range if you're married and file a joint return is $190,000, phased out at $220,000.

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