Employee stock ownership plan

• Abbreviated ESOP. A company contributes to a trust fund that buys stock on behalf of employees.


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401 k plan
403 b plan
457 plan
Acquisition of stock
Adjustable rate preferred stock
American stock exchange
Auction rate preferred stock
Authorized stock
Baker plan
Blue chip stock
Capital stock
Common stock
Common stock equivalent
Common stock market
Common stock ratios
Conversion or stock value
Convertible exchangeable preferred stock
Convertible preferred stock
Cost of a new issue of common stock
Cost of preferred stock
Cumulative preferred stock
Cyclical stock
Defined benefit plan
Defined contribution plan
Dilution of ownership
Direct purchase stock
Direct stock purchase programs
Diversified common stock fund
Dividend reinvestment plan
Employee stock fund
Exchange of stock
Financial plan
Growth stock
Hr 10 plan
Income stock
Insider ownership
Institutional ownership
Intrinsic value common stock
Keogh plan
Letter stock
Long term financial plan
Money purchase plan
New york stock exchange
Non cumulative preferred stock
Noncumulative preferred stock
Nonparticipating preferred stock
Overfunded pension plan
Participating preferred stock
Pension plan
Philadelphia stock exchange
Plan for reorganization
Plan sponsors
Preference stock
Preferred equity redemption stock
Preferred stock
Preferred stock agreement
Privately owned stock
Profit sharing plan
Qualified plan
Qualified savings plan
Repurchase of stock
Reverse stock split
Safety stock
Short term financial plan
Small ordinary stock dividend
Stock dividend
Stock exchange
Stock index option
Stock market
Stock option
Stock purchase plans
Stock purchase warrant
Stock quote
Stock replacement strategy
Stock repurchase
Stock selection
Stock split
Stock swap transaction
Stock symbol
Stock ticker
Treasury stock
Underfunded pension plan
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