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    is right or wrong, and then there are also businesses that have their own values regarding policies they have as a company. Recently, the Washington Post had an article regarding a Pension Fund for surrounding U.S states that could cut funding for retired workers. As with every case, there are two sides, and each having their own facts and people who will be significantly impacted despite the results. Though, it is possible to have a legal action be unethical, and an ethical action be illegal. The ethical matter at hand is affecting rights of workers within the Central States and their Pension Fund. Because of the financial crisis, there was a new…

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    The Central States Pension Fund has been faced with a major ethical issue in recent years. Due to the economic downturn in 2008, the Fund has lost a considerable amount of money, which effects the pensioners using this fund. Because of poor investments made during the recession the Fund is projected to be insolvent by 2025 if there is not a change made to the pensioner’s payments. The Fund must decide whether or not to cut the pension payments each month. The first option we have is to continue…

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    Facts Harry, a sheriff’s deputy, was injured on the job. He was allowed under his contract with the state to choose between $1,000 weekly sick-pay distributions or an $850 weekly workers’ compensation payment. Issue(s) Should Harry choose sick-pay or workers’ compensation based on the effects of income tax? Conclusions Harry’s best option is to select $850 weekly worker’s compensation payment, as such amount will be excluded from gross income. In comparation, the sick-pay distribution will be…

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    companies. Not only do they create funds, they also hold shares and are involved in the company. The role of the typical venture capitalist is usually hands on. They…

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    UK pension triple lock costs extra £6bn a year, says report A hastily buried official report has estimated that the government is spending an extra £6bn a year protecting pensioners' incomes, deVere Group understands. The report also warns that the cost of doing so in future years could spiral further. The warning came in a report from the Government Actuary's Department, which was published last week on the government website but was removed a day later; an official said it had been…

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    A pension plan is a type of retirement plan where an employer and/or employee makes contributions towards a pool of funds set aside for an employee’s future benefit. The funds are invested on the employee’s behalf, which allows the employee to have a steady income upon retirement (Sirkin, 2010). Pension plans in the United States can be traced back to 1875, when the American Express Company established the first private pension plan. As the years went by, the government legislatures passed a…

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    however, the two primary tax treatments for pensions are EET and TEE. The former system allows contributions and investment returns to be exempt from tax whilst retirement income is taxed. In contrast, the latter taxes contributions whilst returns and retirement income are tax-free. There are variations to the two main systems found across different jurisdictions. We will draw comparisons with the UK tax system across four geographic locations, namely; Australia, Denmark, Japan, and Portugal.…

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    In recent years, pensions are becoming a major public policy issue in most OECD countries.(衔接不上,应用数据) At the end of one’s working life, there is a common question among employees: how can I finance the days after my retirement? For most people, the answer is attending some type of pension so that they can pay their daily expense and keep their lives in a certain level. While there are numerous types of pension can be choice, e.g. unfunded schemes. Nevertheless, these various pension schemes have…

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    Currently, the average monthly pension is $315 while the monthly minimum salary is $384. Due to this low pension income, many people have been forced to continue working past the retirement age. The severity of this problem led to 1.3 million people organizing to protest the current privatized pension system throughout Chile in August of 2016. Demonstrators looked to move the government toward a pension system that provides more state participation in saving to create livable wages for retirees…

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    The purpose of providing a guaranteed pension is to prevent a worker’s pension income from falling below the minimum amount because of their low earnings (Barr, 2013. pg. 38 ¶ 1). A single retiree may receive $9,000 per year and a married couple may receive $16,000 per year through a guaranteed pension (Normann & Mitchell, 2000. pg. 5 ¶ 6). When looking at Sweden’s retirement system, there are a few strengths and weaknesses. One strength is that there is a greater incentive to work because…

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