CORPORATE PENSION CRISIS
The U.S. is going through a corporate pension crisis. Of the roughly $2.3 billion in U.S. corporate pension plans, roughly $500 billion sits in so-called frozen pensions that cap their benefits and or no longer accept new employees or contributions. And amid the market rout, pension funds are increasingly running huge deficits that will require companies to dip into their profits to make up that funding gap. Companies are searching for creative solutions to those problems.
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