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Depends on the company - MFDnNC

My thoughts exactly. One should consider the financial stability of the company, its track record in funding its pension liabilities and its prospects for continued funding of those liabilities. Pension "guarantees" are anything but guaranteed.

seems Obvious ..don't it?

maybe also the amounts and the way the company funds pension.

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