Category Archives: DB/DC

Defined Benefit vs. Defined Contribution

Company pensions are often categorized as defined benefit (DB) or defined contribution (DC). A defined benefit plan states the specific benefit that a retiree will get. The calculation accounts for certain factors like how many years an employee has worked and the salary received, which dictates the pension one will get. A defined contribution plan […]

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What You Should Know About the Limits for DB/DC Combo Plans

Employers who offer retirement contributions are seen as more reputable and often have a better relationship with their employees. For rewarding their employees, businesses can get tax deductions from the government. But just like with most things related to the IRS, there‚Äôs some red tape surrounding contributions and deductibles. These things can get tricky, but […]

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