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.
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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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Maintain a fully funded pension plan that holds a balanced asset allocation.
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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.
If a company folds, a fully funded pension plan could survive unscathed, But most plans are underfunded by the time a company folds.