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Introduction to Retirement Plans That Defer Taxes

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Retirement plans can be as simple as individual retirement accounts (IRAs) or as complex as corporate pension plans. Retirement plans that allow you to contribute toward your retirement savings have become more popular over the last several years. You may already be familiar with some of them. They have names like 401(k), 403(b), IRA, SIMPLE IRA, SEP IRA, Keogh, and annuity.

Regardless of the name, they all allow you and your employer the opportunity to save money for retirement while saving taxes on the growth within the plans. Some even have immediate tax benefits in the form of a current year deduction from income for income tax calculations.

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Retirement Plans That Defer Taxes

  1. Introduction to Retirement Plans That Defer Taxes
  2. What Is a 401(k) Plan?
  3. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)
  4. SIMPLE IRA and SEP Plans
  5. Annuities
  6. Summary of Retirement Plans That Defer Taxes