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Private Pensions: Revised Electronic Disclosure Rules Could Clarify Use and Better Protect Participant Choice
Charles A. Jeszeck (au)
With the advent of new technology, sponsors of U.S. private-sector pension plans have begun to deliver plan information to participants electronically in an effort to reduce plan costs and provide greater participant choice. Yet there are concerns that use of electronic disclosure could make it more difficult for some plan participants to receive important information about their plans. This report reviewed issues related to electronic disclosure. It: (1) examined the extent to which law and regulations permit electronic disclosure to participants; (2) explored the reported advantages and disadvantages associated with electronic delivery; and (3) evaluated the weaknesses identified, if any, in the agenciesäó» electronic delivery requirements. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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