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In 2014 America's Corporate Pension Plans Gave Up Most of Their Funding Level Gains from 2013
Mind Over MarketLink to more items from this source
Feb. 28, 2015

"In the past, plans were able to fully recover, according to [Alan Glickstein, a senior retirement consultant at Towers Watson]. For example, after funding fell sharply in 2002, from 101 percent to 82 percent, plans 'clawed their way back' to 99 percent [in] 2006 and 106 percent in 2007, he says. However, in the current ongoing cycle that began after a big drop in funding to 77 percent in 2008, 'we're not clawing our [way] back,' to full funding, Glickstein says. 'We're just circling the drain here at the 80 percent level.' "

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