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pension plan in Finance topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpension planˈpension plan (also pension scheme British English) noun [countable]  BFBEan arrangement in which you pay money regularly into a pension fund while you are working, so that you will receive a pension
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pension planIf you do not have a pension plan, when you eventually stop working your income will drop - perhaps dramatically.Once you have a pension plan, be sure to use a pension plan expert to help you keep your plan qualified.Popular options are repayment linked to either an endowment policy or a pension plan.Among other things, this raises the income limits for deducting contributions by a taxpayer with a pension plan.Present pension rules raise problems for workers who want to roll over money from one pension plan to another.