A schedule that a company gives you, for stock or matching funds in your 401(k), that you don’t see the benefits of all at once but rather accumulate them over a period of time. If you leave the company before that period, say five years, is up, you may only get a portion of the money you would have gotten if you’d stayed the whole five years and became fully “vested.”

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