Vested Pension?

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Vested pension is the amount that belongs to you in your pension investment. You can have all the pension if you are 100% vested.
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A pension is a defined benefit retirement plan. In a defined benefit plan, the amount of money the employee will receive is specified and the amount of money contributed can vary.
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It means that what assets are in your pension account, they belong to you. All belong to you if you are 100% vested. Only half, if 50% vested.
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Vested means that you have achieved ownership/rights to all the funds in the pension. Any money you contribute to a 401(k) is yours of course, but different companies have different
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