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- n. a plan for setting aside money to be spent after retirement
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Your first choice would therefore be a government- and tax-protected company retirement plan such as a 401 k if you are a corporation, or a Keogh or SEP if you are not.
Notice that the name shown in the retirement plan documents and the salesperson’s description are often different from the names normally associated with the investment itself.
Money Movement has proven to be the best easy-to-use strategy for retirement plan investing for more than ten years.
Look over the Power of Tax-Free Investing and Compounding chart below to see how your retirement plan will build your fortune over the next 5 to 30 years.
Tugboats will have a retirement plan if it’s provided by their employer and is payroll-deducted.
The word fund means that you are investing in an already established portfolio or group of stocks, bonds, or money market instruments as opposed to the one investment you own if you put your retirement plan money in your company’s stock purchase plan.