Personal Equity Plan

Business / Debt / Personal Equity Plan: A plan where people over the age of 18 could formerly invest in the shares of state and companies via an approved plan manager or through qualifying unit trusts and investment trusts and receive both income and capital gains free of tax.

Other Words for Equity

Equity Noun Synonyms: fairness, impartiality, even-handedness, justice, fair play, objectivity, disinterest, fair-mindedness, equitableness, open-mindedness, disinterestedness, neutrality, tolerance, judiciousness, right-mindedness, high-mindedness
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Other Words for Personal

Personal Adjective Synonyms: intimate, close, dear, bosom, familiar, special
Personal Noun Synonyms: individual, physical, bodily, actual, live, in person, in the flesh
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Other Words for Plan

Plan Noun Synonyms: design, layout, blueprint, scheme, method, procedure, system, arrangement, programme, project, formula, pattern, script, scenario
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Plancks Constant

Science / Chemistry / Plancks Constant: A proportionality constant that relates the energy carried by a photon to its frequency. Planck's constant has a value of 6.6262 × 10-34 J s. MORE

Plane

Entertainment / Golf / Plane: (also 'swing plane') most easily visualized as the plane that the shaft of the club or the clubhead's arc describes during the swing MORE

Planaria

Science / Biology / Planaria: Small free-living fiatworms (Phylum Platyhelminthes) with bilateral symmetry and cephalization. The freshwater type is often used as an experimental organism. MORE

Plan View

Business / Construction / Plan View: Drawing of a structure with the view from overhead, looking down. MORE

Plan Sponsors

Business / Finance / Plan Sponsors: The entities that establish pension plans, including private business entities acting for their employees; state and local entities operating on behalf of their employees; unions acting on behalf of t MORE

Planet

Science / Astrology / Planet: From the Greek planetes, wanderer; used astrologically to describe any heavenly body which when viewed from Earth appears to move, as distinguished from fixed stars. MORE

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