- Keogh Plan
- A designation for retirement plans available to self-employed taxpayers (also referred to as H.R.10 plans). Such plans extend to the self-employed tax benefits similar to those available to employees under qualified pension and profit sharing plans. Yearly contributions to the plan (up to a certain amount) are tax deductible.See also individual retirement account
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.