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tax-de·ferred

(tăks′dĭ-fûrd′)
adj.
1. Of or relating to an investment that is not liable to taxation until income is withdrawn or an appointed date is reached.
2. Of or relating to the income that such an investment generates prior to becoming subject to taxation.
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IUL is an excellent option for clients who have maxed out their retirement accounts or find themselves limited in the amount of tax-deferred income they can contribute to their 401(k).
Establish where the tax-deferred income will be kept to pay for the Schedule B vessels; the taxpayer must keep the money in a CCF depository, and the account is referred to as a CCF account.
Those taxable investments give pre-retirees a "base" of more liquid assets that can be used for home purchases, cars and even business investments, while the retirement plans still offer tax-deferred income later on.
Let's look at the tax-deferred income growth from an annual return point of view.
In some cases, an entire real estate portfolio can be constructed for the purpose of creating tax-deferred income streams.
Life insurance is a preferred vehicle for funding these trusts because it provides guarantees, tax-deferred income and a death benefit that can be free of federal income and estate taxes.
The primary benefit of the insurance vehicle is its ability to convert tax-deferred income into tax-free income.
IRD) is untaxed or tax-deferred income earned by the decedent taxed after death.
Given the key attraction of investing in an investment bond is the tax-free, or tax-deferred income, it is ironic just how much more tax is payable compared to the phased alternative,' he said.
The IC-DISC is required to: (1) calculate the tax-deferred portion of its "taxable income" each year; (2) accumulate the tax-deferred income for the current tax year and prior tax years in a separate account; and (3) report the total accumulated amount of tax-deferred income to its shareholders each year.
The deal is structured to largely avoid taxes for the family trusts; the ability to depreciate the value of the real estate acquired will give the trusts some tax-deferred income, while the diversified portfolio of investments will reduce the family's concentration of assets.
The Fund believes that as a result of the tax characterization of cash distributions made by MLPs, a significant portion of the Fund's income will be tax-deferred, which will allow distributions by the Fund to its shareholders to include high levels of tax-deferred income.