Cash-balance pension pains

September 1999
Treasury & Risk Management;Sep99, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p13
Reports on the possible approval of a legislation on requirements detailing pension fund conversions in the United States. Impact of the shift from traditional pension plan to cash-balance plan on senior employees; Disclosure issues.


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