withdrawal plan

Withdrawal plan

Agreement that a mutual fund will disburse automatic periodic redemptions to the investor.
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Withdrawal Plan

1. A strategy in which an investor sells a certain number or type of securities each year. One may use the proceeds to fund any number of things, such as a child's college education or one's own retirement. The risk of a withdrawal plan is the possibility that one may not have sufficient cash to buy replacement securities or, more simply, that one may run out of securities to sell.

2. See: Systematic withdrawal plan.
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withdrawal plan

An option offered by some open-end investment companies whereby an investor can receive payments at regular intervals. Withdrawal plans are generally used by people who wish to use their accumulated funds for retirement purposes. Also called systematic withdrawal plan.
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ISLAMABAD -- Punjab has violated the withdrawal plan and utilised the Sindh water released from Mangla by IRSA to meet the lower riparian area demand.
TALKS between the Tories and Labour have broke down in the latest blow to the PM's EU withdrawal plan.
The meeting came after the House of Commons rejected Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal plan several times.
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to make a last-ditch drive to persuade MPs to back her EU withdrawal plan after Brussels agreed to delay Brexit to May 22 if she can secure support from the Commons for the deal next week.
"I agree 100%," Trump wrote in a handwritten notation on a letter sent by members of Congress expressing concern over his withdrawal plan. "All is being done."
THE Labour Party is prepared to back a second referendum to prevent a "damaging Tory Brexit", if its withdrawal plan is rejected by MPs this week.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has been reluctant to criticize Trump, sponsored the provision opposing Trump's withdrawal plan, warning that a "precipitous withdrawal of United States forces" from either Syria or Afghanistan "could put at risk hard-won gains and United States national security." The bill also includes more sanctions on Syria , while increasing military and security assistance to Israel.
Fifty Republican senators voted for the amendments, while only three Republicans supported Trump's withdrawal plan.
The Taliban have since the start of negotiations with the US refused to talk to the Afghan government until Washington committed to a clear withdrawal plan.
If the decision were to confirm that we want to leave, possibly by a larger margin than last time, we would have wasted a lot more time in negotiating an acceptable withdrawal plan. A question of heads you lose and tails you lose too.
Theresa May's hopes of securing a compromise from the EU on the backstop element of her withdrawal plan have been dealt a blow after Ireland firmly said it must remain.