Defined Contribution Plans (such as 401(k)s) and IRAs
Access, Participation, and Take-up Rates in Defined Contribution Retirement Plans among Workers in Private Industry, 2006
Private Pensions: Changes Needed to Provide 401(k) Plan Participants and the Department of Labor Better Information on Fees
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A practice in which a company gives a retiree a lump-sum cash payment in return for some or all of the retiree’s monthly pension payments for a period of time. Pension advances can carry high interest rates and threaten the economic security of the retirees who receive them. Read our fact sheet to learn more.