Plan sponsor jobs may be turning into a relative oasis of stablity.
The job of managing a long-horizon trust has never ranked near the top in terms of compensation. But, it may be turning into a relative oasis of stablity.
By Editor-in-Chief Charles Ruffel
Forced limits on (k) plan investments in company stock is not the answer
Sponsors vigilant about replacing the 30-year Treasury benchmark
Interest payments on pension obligation bonds strain some plan sponsors
Will settlement make US plan sponsors more vigilant?
Some companies resist layoffs despite economic gloom
The battle over aid for health premiums continues
Will key professionals remain in the shop? Look at incentive payouts, golden handcuffs, and vesting schedules of key professionals. Ask for compensation schedules to be worded in terms relating to retention, such as a schedule that provides that a portion of base salary will be paid out over a number of years.
It's easier to deduct dividends paid on company stock held in ESOPs
"When I was in Mexico, I believed God help me! in Mexican stability."
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Why one plan is using a volatility-based rebalancing discipline
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How simplified DB principles can help DC participants achieve their goals
403(b) plan saves big on investment management
Cash balance plan with a twist
ASPA's Graff on the demise of the 30-year Treasury
Plaintiffs' attorney Eli Gottesdiener shares his ideas on the subject
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