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ERSAEuropean Regional Science Association
ERSAEngineering of Reconfigurable Systems and Algorithms (conference)
ERSAEmployer Retirement Savings Account
ERSAEn Route Supplement Australia (aviation)
ERSAExternal Resource Sharing Agreement
ERSAErnst Sachs
ERSAEconomic Research Southern Africa (National Treasury of South Africa)
ERSAEquity Release Solicitors Alliance
ERSAElectronic Research Supply Agency (US Navy)
ERSAEmployee Retirement Savings Account
ERSAEmergency Roadside Assistance
ERSAEric Sadek (founder of ERSA Group)
ERSAExtended Runway Safety Area
ERSAEnhanced Regional Situational Awareness
ERSAEqual Resource-Sharing Allocation
ERSAEstudios de la Realidad Social Argentina (high-school subject in Argentina)
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Employer Retirement Savings Accounts sweep all retirement plans such as 401 (k)s, thrift, 403(b), 457 and SIMPLE accounts into one new account.
These proposals, which were unveiled for the first time last year, include Lifetime Savings Accounts (tax-exempt savings for any purpose); Retirement Savings Accounts (consolidation of the various IRA accounts into one type of account that could be used only for retirement savings); and Employer Retirement Savings Accounts (consolidation of 401(k), thrift, 403(b), and governmental 457 plans into one savings vehicle, which could be sponsored by any employer).
The Bush plan calls for the creation of three new retirement vehicles: Lifetime Savings Accounts (LSAs), Retirement Savings Accounts (RSAs), and Employer Retirement Savings Accounts (ERSAs).
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