In The News: Are Most Pension Plans Really Close to Being ‘Fully Funded’?

Managing Director, Ryan McGlothlin authored an article that was featured in BenefitsPRO that looks at pension plan termination liability calculations and why most providers get it wrong – and the consequences of getting those estimates wrong.

Click here to read the full article.

if the plan termination funded status is not accurate it can lead to a multitude of issues such as taking excessive investment risk, over-funding the plan, or burdening the plan sponsor with additional administration expenses.

Ryan McGlothlin


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