Investing for small pension plans

Goertzen, Patricia I.
March 1996
Employee Benefits Journal;Mar1996, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p12
Focuses on the investment of small pension plans and gives views from author on methods of investing wisely. Trustee responsibility; Characteristics of plans; Inportance of the soundness of an investment strategy; Investment options for small funds; Importance of diversification.


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