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12/13/11|Becker's Hospital Review

5 Best Practices for Managing a Hospital Pension Plan

For hospitals that still offer pension plans, CFOs have a lot of pressure to manage them. They represent the culmination of an employee’s dedicated work to the organization and a much sought-after retirement.

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Why Young Workers Want a Good Old-Fashioned Pension

The conventional wisdom is that young people today are inured to the idea that they will change jobs repeatedly over their careers, and that because of that, they don’t really think much about pensions. But it turns out that the conventional wisdom is wrong.

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5 ways to revive pensions in the private sector

Can anything be done to bring back the Great American Pension in Corporate America, where it’s an endangered species?

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03/06/11|MetroWest Daily News

Not your father’s retirement

My father never dreamed he’d live to be this old. His parents died in their seventies. But here he is, 98 years old and still playing golf.

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Pensions or 401(k)s: Which is better?

Are you one of the few that still have a pension? Lucky you! More and more companies are ending pensions are opting for 401(k)-style plans and that isn’t the greatest news for many.

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9 Signs Your 401(k) Stinks

It looks like droves of public employees may soon be joining the ranks of 401(k) nation. A growing trend in cash-strapped state and local governments is to push for new retirement benefits that shift workers out of traditional pensions and into the less secure world of the 401(k).