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A 401(k) is an employer-sponsored retirement account. It allows an employee to dedicate a percentage of their pre-tax salary to a retirement account. These funds are invested in a range of vehicles like stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and cash.
Profit sharing is an incentivized compensation program that awards employees a percentage of the company's profits. The amount awarded is based on the company's earnings over a set period of time, usually once a year. Unlike employee bonuses, profit sharing is only applied when the company sees a profit.
A money purchase plan is a type of defined-contribution plan that is similar to a profit-sharing plan, except that the contribution amounts are fixed rather than variable. Thus, employers are required to make annual contributions to each employee's account regardless of the company's profitability for the year.
A defined benefit plan is a company pension plan in which an employee's pension payments are calculated according to length of service and the salary they earned at the time of retirement.