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Pension Valuation Needs More Disclosure, Not a New Formula (PDF)
Eric J. Klieber, published by the American Academy of Actuaries Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Sept. 8, 2002
5 pages. From the September/October 2002 issue of Contingencies magazine. Excerpt: Actuaries and accountants need to explore better ways to present DB pension plans on corporate financial statements, but wrapping them in a package labeled 'non-operating assets' is not the answer.

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