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Pension Planning Web Sites

June 3, 1999
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Use these Web sites to start your online research...

http://www.benefitslink.com—BenefitsLinkTM is a free Internet publication that provides information of interest to employee benefit plan sponsors, participants and service providers. The site also includes a benefits job listing and a catalog of software, seminars and services.

http://www.isrplan.org—International Society for Retirement Planning is a professional association that’s exclusive to life-planning issues. Here’s a research hint: Check out their extremely lengthy list of links.

http://www.ifebp.org—The International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans has created a site that’s a thorough source of information. Here you'll find industry news on laws and statistics, as well as information about the organization’s certificate programs and seminar series.

http://www.dol.gov/dol/pwba—The U.S. Department of Labor publishes this page, where you can find fact sheets fiduciary-related questions and answers. There are also periodic updates of laws and regulations pertaining to pension and welfare benefits administration.

http://www.centerforretirement.com—RetireNet® is a very informative resource developed by the Center for Retirement Education and VALIC Retirement Planning Specialists that provides an endless supply of knowledge about retirement options, including a retirement calculator and glossary. For help on choosing a specific plan, go to the "Sponsoring a Plan" section.

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