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A descriptive term for the fibrotic encasement of the entire small intestine in sclerosing peritonitis, a spontaneous idiopathic process in young women, which follows peritoneovenous shunting, practolol therapy, peritoneal dialysis, chemotherapy, or in which other unknown toxins stimulate fibroblastic proliferation and reactive fibrosis
Treatment Surgical lysis of adhesions and constricting bands
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401(k)s, 403(b)s, 457s, Simplified employee Pension plans, etc.
This article focuses on the three most popular types of tax-favored retirement plans for small firms: simplified employee pension plans, commonly called "SEPs;" savings incentive match plans for employees of small employers, referred to as "SIMPLE IRAs" and "SIMPLE 401(k) plans;" and qualified profit-sharing plans.
The exclusion does not apply to distributions made from simplified employee pension plans (SEPS) or Simple IRAs.
408(k)(2)(C) compensation amount for simplified employee pension plans remains unchanged, at $450.
It is available only in individual retirement accounts or simplified employee pension plans.
Simplified Employee Pension plans (SEP) allows annual contributions of 25 percent of net earnings (up to $40,000) that's tax-free.
Simplified Employee Pension Plans offer an uncomplicated alternative to traditional pension plans.

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