Cash balance pension plan

Definition:

A cash balance pension plan is a defined-benefit plan that is maintained on an individual account basis. The employer contributes to a participant's account with a set percentage of annual compensation plus interest charges. The company holds all ownership of profits and losses in the portfolio.

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Tenants by Entireties (TEN ENT)

Joint ownership of property or securities by a husband and wife where, upon the death of one, the property goes to the survivor.

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