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Synonyms for pension

Synonyms for pension

to remove from active service

Synonyms for pension

a regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to subsist without working

grant a pension to


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The defined benefit plan design, administration and consulting firm will immediately become part of Ascensus' TPA Solutions line of business within the company's retirement division.
In a recent paper, BEA economist Dylan Rassier summarizes the methodology for each of the estimated series included in the tables for private defined benefit plans.
The fixed benefit level will help the client determine how much he should add to the plan each year, but the primary advantage of the defined benefit plan is that the client can put away upwards of $200,000 a year for 2012 and $205,000 for 2013.
In 2004, as the corporate drive to freeze defined benefit plans was gathering speed, only 45, or 7.
The book is divided into four sections: Justification for the Employer-Based System, Getting Defined Benefit Plans Ready for the Future, Ways to Improve Defined Contribution Plans, and lastly, Understanding the Political Dimensions of Pension Reform.
But their funding position has still deteriorated sharply in the past year, with defined benefit schemes enjoying a surplus of pounds 51billion in May last year.
Recent research carried out by the group found that one in four defined benefit schemes that was closed to new members but still open to future accruals, planned to close altogether during the coming three years.
Companies are increasingly considering ending defined benefit schemes to get pensions liabilities off their balance sheets.
The group said the rate at which defined benefit schemes closed had accelerated at the turn of the Millenniumas equity markets fell.
FTSE 100 companies with defined benefit pensions had a collective shortfall of pounds 6 billion, with their schemes also 98 per cent-funded.
If appropriate for your situation, a defined benefit plan might help you reduce taxes, strengthen your business, and secure your financial future.
Consider a uni-401(k) plan or a defined benefit plan with a 401(k) to maximize contributions.
Employer-sponsored defined benefit pension plans face unprecedented challenges in the midst of significant changes in our nation's retirement landscape.
Many companies that aren't shirking their pension obligations by filing for bankruptcy are switching their defined benefit pension plans--which promise a fixed monthly check--over to riskier defined contribution plans like 401(k)s, or to no plans at all.
The Treasury and IRS issued final regulations regarding minimum distribution rules for defined benefit plans and annuity products purchased with account balances in other types of qualified retirement plans and IRAs.
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