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Pension Planning Web Sites

June 3, 1999
Related Topics: Retirement/Pensions, Featured Article
Use these Web sites to start your online research...—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.—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.—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.—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.—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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