Interim report of activities of the private welfare and pension plan study, 1971: report, pursuant to S. Res. 35, section 4 (92d Cong., 1st sess.) (together with additional views)
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1972 - Business & Economics - 167 pages
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Historical Development of Private Pensions
Questionnaire Study and Analysis of Selected Pension Plans
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15 years service 36 plans 51 plans 90th Congress 91st Congress accrued active participants Andrew Geller beneficiaries benefits and forfeitures benefits paid Congress corporation Department of Labor disability retirement early retirement federal five years service forfeited since 1950 George Silver HISTORY NUMBER industry investment Labor and Public left the scope legislation length of service median ment million normal retirement Number item number of participants participant who received participants since 1950 Participants who forfeited payments pension credits pension fund Pension Plans Disclosure percent Percentage Plan fund plan participants Plans Disclosure Act plans since 1950 PLANS WITH VESTING private pension plans problems received benefits received vested rights regardless of length Senate service or less specify Subcommittee on Labor Subcommittee study SUBTABLE Taft-Hartley Act termination of employment testified testimony tion total number union VESTING OR VESTING vesting provisions vesting requirement VESTING WITH 11 Welfare and Pension Winn-Dixie workers