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  • Re: Back to pension basics

    Actually, IBM was something of an exception in that its pension fund was fully funded -- many companies' funds were grossly underfunded. ERISA was created to

    lousfriend 13 hours ago
  • Re: Back to pension basics

    " Accounting laws allow companies to post this as operating company profit." NOT QUITE. They get to and usually do put it into operating " earnings" .

    donwshuper50 1 day ago
  • Re: Back to pension basics

    The cash balance pension conversion was a raid of the pension funds since pension value was reduced over time and also the "wearaway" phenomena was found. A

    trexibmer 1 day ago
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  • May 18, 1999
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