Static laws leave room for dynamic plan maneuvers

Gunsauley, Craig
December 1999
Employee Benefit News;Dec99, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p37
Discusses the impact of laws on retirement programs and benefits for employees and employers in the United States. Impact of rigid laws and static designs on employers; Pieces of advice to insurance plan sponsors; Scenario on retirement plan management.


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