It is not intuitively obvious to potential participants that a 4% interest crediting rate in a cash balance plan today is an attractive retirement planning option. Only after the cash balance plan is considered as part of an overall retirement planning investment portfolio does a fixed or variable interest crediting approach (as opposed to a market rate approach) in a cash balance plan start to make good financial sense.
How to Take Full Advantage of a Cash Balance Plan Interest Crediting Rate
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