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retirement plan

a systematic plan made and kept by an individual for setting aside income for his or her future retirement.
pension plan (def 1). Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It doesn't work because couples see the big family as a retirement plan.
  • In the past, government could attract high quality public servants at a low cost by offering a modest, safe retirement plan.
  • SS was sold to us not as a retirement plan, but as a supplement to our other retirement plans.
  • Most people who have one as their primary retirement plan are still far from retirement.
  • Only about half of private-sector employees had access to any kind of retirement plan at work.
  • But that sum does not include an unusually structured retirement plan that is part of his benefits.
  • They are offering a phased retirement plan for five years at half-pay with full benefits.
  • It may take some sleuthing, but it will pay off to root out any hidden expenses to a retirement plan.
  • The homeowner now has the beginnings of a tax-advantaged retirement plan, building college funds, and/or rainy day savings.
  • Here's how to park big savings in a personal retirement plan.

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