Over the course of her 25-year career as a pension actuary, Peggy McDonald says she has seen the rise and fall of the traditional pension plan as the cornerstone of an employer’s retirement offering.

“By the end of my time in pension consulting, my clients didn’t want to talk about plan design anymore,” McDonald says. Instead, they were worried about the liabilities asssociated with plans, she says.

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