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Contributions on the horizon? Two areas corporate defined benefit plan sponsors may want to review in 2023.

February 6, 2023
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Depressed market returns and rising discount rates for accounting calculations have exposed how de-risking and glide-path strategies for accounting-based measures may not protect against contribution risks. As a result, many single-employer defined benefit pension plans face minimum contribution risk in the much nearer-term than they were told to expect. Contributions that sponsors expected due in five to ten years in the future could now be due in the next two to four years. 

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