defined benefit pension plan
The Disappearing DB Pension Plan
The use of defined benefit pension plans continues to decline as sponsors look to de-risk pension strategies.
Pension-Plan Sponsors Forgo Savings
Some simple, widely employed best practices for pension funding seem to have escaped the notice of almost 200 plan sponsors.
Big Pension Funding Opportunity Is At Hand
There's plenty of time left to save bucks on 2017 taxes by accelerating pension contributions, but beware surpassing the 100%-funded level.
Leaving Pension Management, and Pension Risk, Behind
A shifting economic and regulatory environment is driving increased pension risk transfer activity.
Older employees who cannot afford to retire can present a costly challenge for the entire company.
Pension Plan Funding to Rise With Interest Rates
A gradual increase in the Federal Funds rate could push pension plans of U.S. issuers to fully funded status by the end of 2019.
PBGC Files Liens Against Times Publishing
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. requires publishing firm to post collateral for missed pension plan contributions.
PBGC Finds Holes in Safety Net for Multiemployer Plans
A greater percentage of employees in multiemployer plans that go insolvent will have their benefits cut, says the PBGC.
A Benefits Balancing Act
CFOs consider how to manage the financial risk of benefits while giving employees what they want — and need.