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  • 401(k) (Cash or Deferred)
    This is a type of profit sharing plan under which employees are permitted to defer an elective amount of compensation, which is deducted from current taxable income and is contributed to the profit sharing plan on behalf of the participant.
  • Defined Benefit Pension
    This plan guarantees that a certain benefit will be available upon the retirement of a participant.
  • Employee Stock Ownership
    This stock bonus plan is a type of profit sharing plan under which the employer makes contributions in stock rather than in cash.
  • Money Purchase Pension
    This plan will benefit younger more than older employees. Contributions are allocated to a participant's account based upon his compensation.
  • Profit Sharing
    With this plan, an employer shares profits with employees by contributing to a qualified retirement plan.
  • Section 457 (Governmental)
    This is a form of salary reduction plan, similar to a 401(k) plan, which is permitted to be offered to employees of governmental entities under Section 457 of the Internal Revenue Code.
  • Target Benefit
    A type of pension plan which combines elements of defined benefit and defined contribution plans.
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