January 28, 2016

Infographic of Key Findings from Segal's Study of Multiemployer Defined Contribution Plans

Abstract

Segal’s latest Study of Multiemployer Defined Contribution Plans found that the profit-sharing plan design is more than three time as prevalent as the money-purchase pension plan design; more than half of the plans in the study remain self-administered by the fund office; there is close to an even split between trustee directed and participant directed investments; and hardship-withdrawal provisions are much more common than loan provisions. For details, see an infographic of key findings.

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