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  2. Provides of Pension fund investment tactics
  3. Provides of Defined benefit versus defined contribution plans


Financial Management in Pension Plan

Lecture Outline
1. Pension plan terminology
2. Defined benefit versus defined contribution plans
3. Pension fund investment tactics
4. How important are pension funds?
5. Who establishes guidelines for reporting pension fund information on corporate financial statements?
6. How are pension fund data reported in a firm's financial statements?
7. What risks are borne by the plan sponsor and plan beneficiaries under the four types of pension plans?
8. What type of companies tend to have each type of plan
9. If a company uses either a defined contribution or a profit sharing plan, how are the assets administered?
10. Does the type of pension plan influence the possibility of age & sex discrimination?
11. Does the type of pension plan influence the militancy of unions when a company faces financial adversity?
12. What are the two components of a plan's funding strategy?
13. What is the primary goal of a plan's investment strategy?
14. What's meant by "tapping" pension fund assets?
15. How are retiree health benefits reported to shareholders?

A pension plan requires contributions by the employer and may allow additional contributions by the employee. The employee contributions are deducted from wages. The employer may also match a portion of the worker's annual contributions up to a specific percentage or dollar amount.

A pension plan is an employee benefit that commits the employer to make regular contributions to a pool of money that is set aside in order to fund payments made to eligible employees after they retire.

Traditional pension plans have become increasingly rare in the U.S. private section. They have been largely replaced by retirement benefits that are less costly to employers, such as the 401(k) retirement savings plan.

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