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Kiddie Tax

DefinitionThe kiddie tax rule exists in the United States of America and can be found in Internal Revenue Code ยง 1, which "taxes certain unearned income of a child at the parent's marginal

Katie Couric Clause

Katie Couric Clause What is 'Katie Couric Clause' A slang term for a controversial proposed clause from a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule (formally known as the Executive Com

Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)

Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) What is a 'Health Reimbursement Account - HRA' A health reimbursement account (HRA) consists of employer-funded plans that reimburse employees for incurr

Hardship Withdrawal

Hardship Withdrawal What is 'Hardship Withdrawal' An emergency withdrawal from a retirement plan that may be subject to certain tax or account penalties. In the United States, funds withdr

York Antwerp Rules

York Antwerp Rules What is 'York Antwerp Rules' A set of maritime rules that outline the rights and obligations of ship and cargo owners when cargo must be jettisoned to save a ship. The Y

In-Service Withdrawal

In-Service Withdrawal What is 'In-Service Withdrawal' A withdrawal made from a qualified plan account before the holder experiences a triggering event. A triggering event, such as reaching

National Market System Plan (NMSP)

National Market System Plan (NMSP) What is 'National Market System Plan - NMSP' A nationwide system used in the United States for the selection and reservation of securities symbols, and a

National Automated Clearinghouse Association (NACHA)

National Automated Clearinghouse Association (NACHA) What is 'National Automated Clearinghouse Association - NACHA ' A non-profit membership association charged with overseeing the Automa

Nationally Recognized Statistical Ratings Organization (NRSRO)

Nationally Recognized Statistical Ratings Organization (NRSRO) What is 'Nationally Recognized Statistical Ratings Organization - NRSRO' The formal term to describe credit rating agencies t

Nanny Tax

DefinitionThe combination of payroll taxes withheld from a household employee and the employment taxes paid by their employer are commonly referred to as the nanny tax. Under current law, an
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