Retirement provisions for public education employees: trends from 1969 to 1985
National Education Association, Research Division, 1990 - Education - 24 pages
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1969 typical plan actuarial funding age and service age normal cost assets and unfunded benefit Defined benefit benefit formula boards of trustees Consumer Price Index cost Entry age Defined benefit Defined defined benefit plan defined contribution plans Disability Benefits early retirement educational support personnel Employee contribution employer and employee Entry age normal ERISA final average salary funding methods hoc COLA mean accrual rate National Education Association normal cost Entry normal retirement age number of teachers pay-as-you-go pension systems percent of pay Plan Contributions plan participants plan's plans provide plans with Social plans without Social private sector public employee public pension plans public retirement systems public sector retiree health retirement benefit retirement fund retirement plan service requirements Social Security coverage surveys of U.S. systems that include trends in retirement Triggered byCPI Typical Plan Characteristics U.S. public retirement unfunded liability unreduced annuity vesting period workers York City York Teachers Tier