Negotiated retirement plans-a decade of benefit improvements

Davis, Harry E.
May 1969
Monthly Labor Review;May69, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p11
Academic Journal
Analyzes the changes in provisions of negotiated retirement plans in the U.S. Formulas used for benefit determination; Increase of cash benefits; Age requirements for normal and early retirement.


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