Pension and Profit Sharing
A profit sharing, or stock bonus, plan is a defined contribution plan under which your employer may determine how much will be contributed to the plan annually. Such plans contain a formula for allocating to each participant a portion of each annual contribution. A profit sharing plan or stock bonus plan may include a 401(k) plan.
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