Payroll Deduction Plan
Payroll deduction plans offer employees a convenient way to automatically contribute income toward an ongoing expense or investment. For example, it is common for employees to deduct a set percentage of income and contribute it to their Traditional or Roth IRAs. An employee may also choose to have the premiums from an insurance policy deducted from their pay, ensuring that a payment is never missed.
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