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Tuesday, January 2, 2007
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Experts Len Strazewski, long-time benefits columnist for Human Resource Executive® magazine, and Dallas Salisbury, president and CEO of the Employee Benefit Research Institute in Washington, and the author of a column written exclusively for www.HREOnline.com, have opined on the impact of the Pension Protection Act of 2006. Here is what they have written:

2006-11-27  
A New Dawn for Hybrid Pension Plans?

By Dallas Salisbury 
Many congressional leaders share the widely publicized view that the 401(k) as we know it has "failed." The pension reform act offers some design reforms, but increased tax preferences and other innovations may be seen in the coming year as well.

2006-10-16

The Pension Bill: What it Won't Do

By Len Strazewski

With a stroke of his pen, the president of the United States can approve legislation and create federal policy that can change the future for millions of Americans. But sometimes he just signs stuff and not much changes.

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2006-09-06  
Pension Reform Bill Unlikely to Change Trends

By Dallas Salisbury 
The law offers some encouragement to employers and workers, but the regulatory and technical guidances underlying the poorly written law are still to come. And the decline of defined-benefit plans seems to continue unabated.

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