tax-deferred


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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 Of or relating to an investment that is not liable to taxation until income is withdrawn or an appointed date is reached.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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These buckets include taxable, tax-deferred and tax-free assets.
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The decision boils down to whether the immediate tax benefit of the NUA election outweighs the longer-term benefit of growing diversified assets tax-deferred in an IRA.
New research shows that tax deferral can potentially increase returns on tax-inefficient assets by as much as 100 bps--without any subsequent increase in risk--simply by locating assets based on their tax treatment between taxable and tax-deferred vehicles.
This study evaluates agricultural land sales in Nebraska associated with Section 1031 tax-deferred exchanges and quantifies price differentials between exchange and nonexchange sales.
Under this Act, the primary purpose of the Individual Retirement Account, or IRA, was to give those individuals not covered by an employer's retirement plan the opportunity to save for retirement on their own by establishing tax-deferred accounts with private financial institutions.
The exchange of shares between funds in the same fund family also results in either a capital gain or loss (see Tax-Deferred Retirement Accounts on page 190 for exceptions to these rules).