As noted previously, IRAs have made their way onto Jeopardy. Now, while IRAs got their own column all to themselves, 401(k)s apparently (with apologies to Weird Al (and indirectly Greg Kihn)) didn't want to lose at Jeopardy and wanted their day in the sun, even if just for one answer. So, under Words with Greek Letters, for $800, we get: "3M, B-52 & 401(k) all have this quality, which begins with two Greek letters". (I might've preferred "B-52s".) The question - What is ALPHA/NU/meric? Not the most dramatic ERISA reference ever, but I'll take what I can get.
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Tuesday, December 20, 2022
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