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pension fund

noun
1.
a fund created and maintained, as by a corporation, to provide benefits under a pension plan.
Origin
1865-1870
1865-70
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  • These were mainly pension fund managers enticed by the astronomical payoffs.
  • Salary cuts, layoffs and pension fund dissolutions have generated much ill will and resentment.
  • Risks are shared by all the members of a pension fund, and the money is managed by professionals.
  • And he deferred payments into the state pension fund-worryingly, as it is woefully underfunded.
  • Another positive-feedback loop in bull markets used to be the final-salary pension fund.
  • One would think a truly private pension fund does not need government guarantees.
  • The public sector pension fund problem is as old as recorded history.

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