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The Financial Status of Private Sector Multiemployer Pension Plans
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Link to more items from this source
Sept. 2, 2014
"While most multiemployer pension plans are finding their financial footing, a substantial minority face serious problems. The key reason is a declining financial base, which results in negative cash flow.... To date, plans have focused on raising contributions and cutting adjustable benefits, with less emphasis on cutting benefit accruals for active workers. Nevertheless, a simple model suggests that one third of 'critical' plans could exhaust their assets within 30 years."

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