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Practical Effect of the 2012 Segment Rates Under MAP-21
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Aug. 23, 2012
"For most plans, the second and third segment rates are the most important. The change in the first segment rate (0-5 years), while larger, will be less significant overall due to fewer years of compounding. The effect of the new, higher rates on plan valuations will be fact-dependent. For plans with a typical duration (e.g., 12 years), the higher rates will generally reduce the value (for minimum funding) of plan liabilities by 15%-20%."

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