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1. Usually total income less expenses would equal the difference in plan assets. The SAR may have omitted such items as loan interest, realized gain from the dsale of assets, etc... These numbers are pulled from Schedule H, which you can request to receive.

2. I assume your ending asset date should have been 1/1/01. A 15% investment loss would have been standard in an employee directed account for 2000.

3. I'm not sure where you are getting the 25,866 number, that is not disclosed on a SAR. Beneficiaries are people retired or otherwise separated from service whose accounts have not been distributed. Form 5500, question 6 and 7 will give you the detail. You are entitled to this report upon request, per the language in your SAR.

4. Again, the question would be the 25,866 number. $6600 is a lot for an average deferral, especially with this many people. And 171869 divided by 25,866 is $6.60 per participant.

5. Sounds like you are curious, request the full report. I tis your right as a plan particpant.
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