By the numbers

November 1999
Employee Benefit News;Nov99, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p70
Presents charts and tables on retirement benefits in the United States. Growth of retirement assets in mutual funds from 1992-1998; Company contributions as a percentage of participants' total annual payroll by plan type and plan year from 1995-1998; Net retirement inflows to mutual funds from 1992-1998; Average percentage of salary deferral for ADP-ACP test results in 1998.


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