How to soup up prefunding vehicles

Shutan, Bruce
January 1999
Employee Benefit News;Jan1999, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p40
Considers the shortcomings of methods of paying post-retirement medical benefits. Information on the Section 420 transfers and its relevance to surplus assets; Dual-purpose plans; Retiree medical prefunding solutions to be offered by PWC Kwasha.


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