Some employers move to adjustable pension plans

A new style of pension plan, called an adjustable pension plan and designed to spread risk between employers and employees, is gaining traction among some employers, including Consumers Union and The New York Times. The plans adjust annual benefits based on the investment performance of the previous year, a change that can cut employers' risk while still providing workers with more security than a standard 401(k)-style plan.

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