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Cash-balance plan

A defined Benefit retirement plan characterized by an annual Contribution made by the employer for each enrolled employee. Once deposited, funds accrue Interest.

Related Terms: 7 ACH, Benefit, Contribution, Fund, FIN, Interest, Retire
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