Defined-benefit plans outperform defined-contribution plans

The median return for U.S. companies' defined-benefit retirement plans was 2.74% in 2011, while that for defined-contribution plans was a negative 0.22%, according to Towers Watson. That was the largest margin in more than 15 years by which defined-benefit retirement plans outstripped the performance of their defined-contribution counterparts.

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