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Private Pensions: Participants Need Better Information When Offered Lump Sums That Replace Their Lifetime Benefits
Charles Jeszeck (au)
Since 2012, a number of large pension plan sponsors have given selected participants a limited-time option of receiving their retirement benefits in the form of a lump sum. Although sponsors' decisions to make certain lump sum ńˇýwindowńˇŁ offers may be permissible by law, questions have been raised about participants' understanding of the financial tradeoffs associated with their choice. This report reviewed critical issues associated with these types of offers. It focuses on (1) the prevalence of lump sum offers and sponsors' incentives to use them; (2) the implications for participants; and (3) the extent to which selected lump sum materials provided to participants include key information. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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