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$ Chapter 3 Vocab

$ Chapter 3 Wealth Building & College Savings Vocabulary

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defined contribution plan offered by a corporation to its employees, which allows employees to set aside tax-deferred income for retirement purposes; in some cases, employer will match their contributions 401(k)
after-tax college fund that grows tax-free for educational uses; elegibility based on parent's annual income Educational Savings Account (ESA)
tax-deferred arrangement for individuals with earned income and their non-income-producing spouses; growth is not taxed until money is withdrawn; contributions to an IRA are often tax-deductible Individual retirement Arrangement (IRA)
a type of retirement plan where you put money in before taxes have been taken out, but must pay taxes on the money at the time of withdrawl Pre-Tax Retirement Plan
movement of funds from a tax-deferred retirement plan from one qualified plan or custodian to another; incurs no immediate tax liabilities or pemalties, but requires IRS reporting Rollover
retirement account funded with after-tax dolors that subsequently grows tax free Roth IRA
Money that is working for you, either tax-deferred or tax-free, within a retirement plan. Tax-Favored Dollars
Created by: Gayla Anderson