Funded pension plan

Funded pension plan

A pension plan in which all liabilities, including payments to be made to pensioners in the immediate future, are completely funded.

Funded Pension Plan

A pension that has sufficient liquid assets to pay all of its liabilities, including (and especially) all future payments to beneficiaries.
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89 (38%) greater than the average gain for the mature fully funded pension plan (Panel A).
Additionally, Southwestern Energy offers a fully funded pension plan, an impressive 401 (k), free health screenings and flu shots and an employee assistance program for mental and physical issues.
If our lawmakers had no other federally funded pension plan, I am sure they would make sure that no one pulls anything out of the plan, and they would make sure it stays well-funded.
Conley, 58, ordained nine years ago, will retire from active ministry as a priest in good standing with a fully funded pension plan.
E&P is an economic concept that is intended to measure the funds available to a corporation for paying dividends; contributions to a funded pension plan reduce those funds without regard to whether those contributions are greater or lesser than they would be if the plan were subject to ERISA.
The final cost of a funded pension plan consists of total benefits paid plus operating expense outlay minus investment income.
For a while during the last decade, Hewlett-Packard had a fully funded pension plan that was invested almost entirely in fixed income and had hedged 100% of its interest-rate risk.
If a company folds, a fully funded pension plan could survive unscathed, But most plans are underfunded by the time a company folds.
The Social Security retirement fund was established as a fully funded pension plan.
The town has been increasing its annual pension contributions but it is not likely to produce satisfactory funded pension plan levels over the medium term.
Our objective remains to have minimal debt and a fully funded pension plan.