Infrastructure law gives plan sponsors an unexpected gift

01/31/2013 | CFO.com

A measure to improve the nation's infrastructure that was signed into law last year has a little-noticed provision that allows sponsors of defined-benefit plans to lower their minimum required contributions. The law lets plan sponsors use average interest rates over the previous 25 years to calculate minimum contributions instead of using average rates over the past two years.

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