Articles

Listed below is a selection of articles written by Segal experts that have appeared in outside publications.


Setting Up for Success: Wellness Strategies for Multiemployer Plans
By Sadhna Paralkar, M.D., December 2017, Benefits Magazine

Are You Paying a Huge Price for the Opioid Drug Abuse Epidemic
By Sadhna Paralkar, M.D., and Eileen Flick, August 2016, Benefits Magazine

Building a Better Process for Target-Date Fund Selection
By Timothy R. Barron and Stewart D. Lawrence, February 2016, Benefits Magazine

Using Data to Improve Health Plan Performance and Participant Health
By Eileen Flick and David Searles, September 2015, Benefits Magazine

Helping DC Plan Participants Manage “Longevity Risk”
By Wendy Carter, January 2015, NAGDCA Newsletter

What Obesity’s Designation as a Disease Means  for Plan Sponsors
By Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Edward A. Kaplan, January 2015, IPMA HR News

This is a Good Time to Expand Your Wellness Program
By Sadhna Paralkar, Ed Kaplan and Rick Johnson, April 2014, IPMA HR News

The Advantages of Defined Benefit Pensions

A new article that summarizes a study of six state school systems's retirement plans compares pension and idealized 401(k) options. The article by Segal Public Sector Retirement Practice Leader Rocky Joyner, published in the Georgia Association of Public Pension Trustees newsletter, demonstrates the advantages of defined benefit pensions for teachers, plan sponsors...and students.

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Other Articles

Listed below is a selection of articles written by Segal experts that have appeared in outside publications.

Pensions vs. 401(k)s: Under Which System Do Teachers Fare Better?
By Rocky Joyner, Spring 2019, NCPERS PERSist

How Public Sector Employers Can Manage Retiree Health Liabilities
By Matthew Kersting and Stephen Kuhn, Winter 2018, Benefits Quarterly

Are You Paying a Huge Price for the Opioid Drug Abuse Epidemic
By Sadhna Paralkar, M.D., and Eileen Flick, August 2016, Benefits Magazine

Prepare to Avoid or Delay the Affordable Care Act Excise Tax
By Edward A. Kaplan, January 2016, IPMA HR News

Using Data to Improve Health Plan Performance and Participant Health
By Eileen Flick and David Searles, September 2015, Benefits Magazine

Helping DC Plan Participants Manage “Longevity Risk”
By Wendy Carter, January 2015, NAGDCA Newsletter

What Obesity’s Designation as a Disease Means  for Plan Sponsors
By Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Edward A. Kaplan, January 2015, IPMA HR News

How Public Pension Plans Can Develop and Maintain Actuarially Responsible Funding Policies: FOUR PERSPECTIVES
By Paul Angelo and Brad Ramirez, December 2014, IPMA HR News

Taking Control: How Effective Communications Can Help Public Employers Navigate Change
By Tupper Hillard, November 2014, IPMA HR News

'Cadillac Tax' Could Drive Up Some Health Care Costs
By Kathryn L. Bakich, September 2014, County News

This is a Good Time to Expand Your Wellness Program
By Sadhna Paralkar, Ed Kaplan and Rick Johnson, April 2014, IPMA HR News

The Affordable Care Act: What Public Sector Employers  Need to do Now … Later This Year … and Beyond
By J. Richard Johnson, January 2014, IPMA HR News

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