Suggested reading for "Defined Contribution Plans"


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aristotle

I would appreciate suggested reading material on "Defined
Contribution Plans". I plan to engage a tax lawyer and CPA
but would like to familiarize myself with the various
aspects of a retirement plan built around a "Defined
Contribution Plan"
 
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John H. Fisher

I would appreciate suggested reading material on "Defined
Contribution Plans". I plan to engage a tax lawyer and CPA
but would like to familiarize myself with the various
aspects of a retirement plan built around a "Defined
Contribution Plan"
Try these fer starters!=:)

http://a9.com/ "Defined%20contribution%20plans"

"Jack" - John H. Fisher - (e-mail address removed)
Philadelphia, Pa - Atlantic City, NJ - West Wildwood, NJ
My Newsgroups & Boards at: http://members.aol.com/TaxService/index.html

Where Ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise!=:)
 
J

J-Man

aristotle said:
I would appreciate suggested reading material on "Defined
Contribution Plans". I plan to engage a tax lawyer and CPA
but would like to familiarize myself with the various
aspects of a retirement plan built around a "Defined
Contribution Plan"
I can't recommend a publication, but how much information do
you want? There are IRS publications that give general
information. The most common DC plans are profit sharing
(including 401(k)) and money purchase pension plans.
Basically, DC plans do not guarantee you a benefit upon
retirement (like defined benefit plans do). They consist of
individual accounts for each participant to which
contributions (from either the employee or the employer or
both) are allocated. That's the quick overview.
 
N

Nikko

aristotle said:
I would appreciate suggested reading material on "Defined
Contribution Plans". I plan to engage a tax lawyer and CPA
Polygamy is illegal in all 50 states.
 
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