IBM unveils details of retirement benefit account

By Robert Steyer Source: Pensions & Investments International Business Machines has provided details to employees of the company's scrapping its 401(k) corporate match and replacing it with a cash balance component called a retirement benefit account, which is part of the IBM Personal Pension Plan, a defined benefit plan. The RBA information is contained in the 2024 IBM U.S. Benefits Guide. The company confirmed earlier this month that the RBA would replace the 5% match for the 401(k) plan [...]

2023-11-28T08:38:48-08:00November 27th, 2023|Categories: Retirement|Tags: , , |

Defined-benefit pension better option than lump sum

My wife and I are retired, both aged 63. We own our home and a holiday house, which we could rent out if needed. We hold about $200,000 in shares and $100,000 in VicSuper. I am on a defined-benefit Emergency Services & State Super (ESSS) pension for life, paying $57,000 a year and, payable if I die, at about 70 per cent to my wife. I understand that, before I reach 65, the ESSS will offer a lump sum [...]

2020-10-14T11:35:58-07:00October 14th, 2020|Categories: Retirement|Tags: , |
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