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1. Vehicular Manslaughter

2. value-at-risk (VAR)

3. variable redemption bond

4. veneer plywood

5. Variable Lead Time

6. Vermin Exclusion

7. vent header

8. Vapourware

9. Variable Annuitization

10. Virgin bitcoin

11. vise

12. Variable Interest Entity - VIE

13. Vested Rights

14. vacuum pump

15. Vietnam Dong

16. Vanuatu Vatu

17. Vital Event Record

18. Vested Remainder

19. Valuation Of Stocks

20. Value Investment Style

21. vent pipe

22. Value dating

23. vertical market

24. Vanguard Exchange-Traded Funds

25. Voter Bill Of Rights

26. Value Index

27. value spot

28. veining

29. Value Maximization

30. visible

31. Vagrancy

32. Viatical Settlement Provider

33. Validation Period

34. Variable rated demand bond (VRDB)

35. Valid For Past Due Balances

36. voucher

37. vapor

38. Valuation Clause

39. variance swap

40. Vna

41. vexatious litigant

42. Value Added Tax (VAT), Non-deductible

43. viability

44. Value At Risk

45. Variable Rate Mortgage

46. vet

47. Vega Neutral

48. Vote Of No Confidence

49. Vacancy

50. VaR

51. Vital Statistical Record

52. Value Added At Factor Cost

53. Volatility

54. Volumes At Constant Exchange Rates Of Period T-1

55. ventilator

56. verification of employment

57. venue

58. Value Updating

59. Vendor

60. Value Added (of Oil Pipeline Enterprises)

61. valuation fee

62. VE

63. Voting certificate

64. Variable Sampling Fraction

65. Values At Constant International Prices Of Period T-1 (at PPPs Of Period T-1)

66. vertical edge grain

67. Value Network

68. Venture Capital Funds

69. VCIS (Voice Case Information System)

70. visibility

71. Variable Selection

72. valance

73. videoconference

74. variable committed expense

75. vacancy factor

76. Vehicle-kilometre (for Inland Waterways Transport)

77. Variable Interest Rate

78. visible light transmittance

79. v-cap

80. Valuation Mortality Table

81. variation margin

82. Venire

83. variable limit

84. vomma

85. valley roof

86. Value Added Tax (VAT) ESA

87. value in use

88. Voodoo Economics

89. vestibule

90. vacant

91. Values At Constant Exchange Rates Of Period T-1

92. VNM

93. Viz

94. vent stack

95. Volumes At Constant International Prices Of Period T-1 (at PPPs Of Period T-1)

96. voltage

97. Vehicles

98. Variable-price security

99. Variable Cost-Plus Pricing

100. viscosity

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Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA)

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An individual retirement arrangement (IRA), which may be set up as either an account or an annuity, allows people with earned income to contribute to a tax-deferred traditional ira or a tax-free roth ira.Your contribution is a portion of your earnings, up to an annual cap, though it can't be more than you earn. The cap is $4,000 for 2006 and 2007, and $5,000 for 2008. If you are 50 or older, you can make an additional catch-up contribution of $1,000 a year.If you open a traditional ira, you usually can't withdraw without penalty before you turn 59 1/2 and you must begin minimum required distributions (MRDs) by April 1 of the year following the year you turn 70 1/2. income taxes figured at your regular rate are due on your earnings and on any contributions you deducted on your tax return in the year you made them.If you qualify for a roth ira because your modified adjusted gross income is less than the ceiling for your filing status, you make after-tax contributions but your withdrawals are free of federal income tax provided you're at least 59 1/2 and your account has been open at least five years. There are no required withdrawals from roth iras.

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