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An older term referring to a cancer involving the larynx and the apposed oesophagus. The term could still be useful, but because the word party as a synonym for shared, as in a two-party phone line, is fading from the working parlance, ‘shared’ seems less confusing
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Pre-tax and Roth elective deferrals are subject to an IRS annual contribution limit.
Savings and thrift plans are defined contribution plans in which employee contributions generally make up a relatively large part of total contributions.
Roth IRAs have become popular retirement vehicles, but the low contribution limits and participant income limitations have prevented many people from taking advantage of them.
A person must pay a contribution each week if he/she:
Contribution flexibility--Since it's viewed as a 401(k) with profit sharing, you get to decide each year whether to contribute and how much to contribute to your Solo 401(k).
Surveys indicate that participation and contribution rates are significantly higher in plans that use automatic enrollment; see, e.g., Holden and VanDerheis, "The Influence of Automatic Enrollment, Catch-Up, and IRA Contributions on 401(k)Accumulations at Retirement," EBRI Issue Brief No.
Although the worksheet in Exhibit 2 would be quite useful as a guide for estimating the current-year tax implications of a contribution to a Roth IRA, it would require reference to tax tables and phase-out levels in order to complete the calculations.
The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 made many favorable changes to the IRC, such as catch-up contributions for workers age 50 and over, increased contribution limits and expanded rollover options.
The plan will be administered by the Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite sociale; as of January 1, 2006, Revenu Quebec will be responsible for collecting the contribution to the Quebec parental insurance plan.
By donating a conservation easement in perpetuity to a qualified organization such as Preservation Easement Trust, Inc., the property owner may qualify for a charitable contribution deduction for federal income tax purposes.
Parties are conforming to the new contribution restrictions, investing in grassroots outreach programs and replacing a large share of the soft money "lost" under the new rules with tens of thousands of contributions from small donors.
Another element of Ibn Sina's philosophy of nature is his contribution to logic and the use of logic in the mathematical sciences.

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