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1. Yankee CD

2. Yield curve strategies

3. Yield On Cost - YOC

4. Yonder 40 Index - Yonder 40

5. yield capitalization

6. Yankee bonds

7. Yankee bond market

8. Year-to-date (YTD)

9. YUM

10. Yield to average life

11. Yield to worst

12. yellow knight

13. YU

14. yearbook

15. YT

16. Y-Share

17. Young Index

18. Yield-Spread premium.

19. Yo-Yo

20. Yale School of Management - Yale SOM

21. yield spread premium

22. Year-to-date Data

23. Yield ratio

24. Yield

25. yardstick

26. yupcap

27. Yield to warrant expiration

28. Yearly Probability Of Living

29. yield maintenance premium

30. Y2K

31. Youth Court

32. Year Of Construction Of Vessel (for Inland Waterways Transport)

33. yard lumber

34. Yearly Rate Of Return Method

35. Yield curb

36. yield burning

37. Yemeni Rial

38. Yield To Maturity - YTM

39. Yen-linked Bond

40. Year Over Year - YOY

41. YEM

42. Y shares

43. Yield Curve

44. Yen bond

45. Yellow-Dog Contract

46. Yield curve option-pricing models

47. Yield spread

48. Yugen Kaisha - YK

49. yield rate

50. yield management

51. yearly

52. Year-on-year (YoY) Growth Rates

53. Yellow Sheets

54. Yield spread strategies

55. Youthful Offender

56. yellow hat

57. yield tilt index fund

58. year-over-year

59. YTD

60. yarning iron

61. Yankee Certificate Of Deposit

62. Y

63. Year-on-year Changes

64. yield maintenance

65. Yield on Invested Assets (IRIS)

66. Yuppie

67. Yield to maturity

68. Yearly Renewable Term Plan of Reinsurance

69. Yield-Based Option

70. Yield to maturity (YTM)

71. Yearly Price Of Protection Method

72. Y2K Issue

73. Yield Beta

74. Yearly Probability Of Dying

75. Yoy

76. Year-end dividend

77. Youth Measures (of Labour Market Programmes)

78. yen carry trade

79. year to year tenancy

80. yard of concrete

81. yoke

82. Yield advantage

83. year-end price

84. Yen ETF

85. yield elbow

86. Yield From Issue Date

87. yoke vise

88. Yard

89. Young And Wealthy But Normal - YAWN

90. Yo-yo stock

91. Youngstown Steel V. Sawyer (1952)

92. year 2000 (Y2K) exclusion

93. Yoc

94. year end

95. Yield Basis

96. Year To Date - YTD

97. York Antwerp Rules

98. Yearly Renewable Group Term Insurance

99. Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings - YMPE

100. Yacht Insurance

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Catch-up Contribution

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You are entitled to make an annual catch-up contribution to your employer sponsored retirement savings plan and individual retirement account (IRA) if you're 50 or older. The catch-up amounts, which are larger for employer plans than for IRAs, increase from time to time based on the rate of inflation. You are eligible to make catch-up contributions whether or not you have contributed the maximum amount you were eligible for in the past. And if you participate in an employer plan and also put money in an IRA, you are entitled to use both catch-up options.Earnings on catch-up contributions accumulate tax deferred, just as other earnings in your account do. And when your primary contributions are tax deferred, so are your catch-up contributions.health savings accounts (HSAs), which you're eligible to open if you have a high deductible health plan (HDHP), allow catch-up contributions if you're at least 55. Your eligibility to make any contributions to an HSA ends when you turn 65.

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