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EBRI databook on employee benefits

EBRI databook on employee benefits

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Published by Employee Benefit Research Institute in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Employee fringe benefits -- United States -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEmployee Benefit Research Institute databook on employee benefits, Databook on employee benefits
      Statementauthored by by Celia Silverman ... [et al.] ; edited by Carolyn Pemberton and Deborah Holmes ; produced by Cindy O"Connor ; indexed by Christine Dolan.
      ContributionsSilverman, Celia., Pemberton, Carolyn., Holmes, Deborah, 1935-, Piacentini, Joseph S., 1961-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4928.N62 U663 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 763 p. ;
      Number of Pages763
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1121791M
      ISBN 100866430822
      LC Control Number94048582


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EBRI databook on employee benefits. Washington, DC: Employee Benefit Research Institute, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph S Piacentini; Timothy J Cerino; Cindy K O'Connor; Employee Benefit Research Institute (Washington, D.C.).

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Written in clear, nontechnical language, this fact-filled reference book covers everything from health insurance to pension plans and from retirement planning to dependent care programs. EBRI’s two monthly research periodicals are the EBRI Issue Brief and EBRI Notes.

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In addition to its website, it publishes a variety of electronic products, such as a blog, Twitter site and fact sheets. Policy stance. EBRI does not take policy positions and does not lobby. EBRI’s 30th Anniversary; EBRI’s 25th Anniversary; Honoraria for Presentations; Letter from the President; Use by non-members; President’s Report; Expand/Collapse Most Viewed.

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The Employee Benefit Research Institute, EBRI, collects data on the entire range of employee benefit programs and work force related issues. EBRI Databook on Employee Benefits Comprehensive analysis of employee benefits systems in the United States with over charts and statistical tables.

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According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), of the $ trillion in total employee benefit program outlays inemployers spent $ billion on health benefit plans. After retirement plans, health care was the second largest employer expenditure for employee benefits in The average (k) retirement account balance rose percent inaccording to a report released today by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and the Investment Company Institute (ICI) analyzing a group of consistent participants.

The rise in was in line with the – pattern of steady increase in account balances. EBRI Databook on Employee Benefits. The EBRI Databook on Employee Benefits was first published in The EBRI Databook on Employee Benefits is maintained on-line and updated when new data is available.

The date next to each chapter link indicates when data and/or links were last updated in that chapter. The April 6,Wall Street Journal published a special section on employee benefits, with extensive content provided by EBRI.

Dallas Salisbury, EBRI CEO, wrote two of the articles in the five-page section, on "Why the Employment-Based Retirement System Matters," and "Comfortable Retirement Within Reach," both highlighting recent EBRI research.

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EBRI Notes (shorter, more topical research). EBRI’s Fundamentals of Employee Benefit Programs (a major reference/text book on health and retirement programs).

The online-only EBRI Data Book on Employee Benefits. FastFacts from EBRI. EBRI has just completed all of its Income of the Population Age 55 and Over tabulations – all freely available on their web site.

So, if you’re looking for information about where those who are retired (or nearly retired) are drawing income, the Databook on Employee Benefits Chapters 6, 7, and 8 is the place for you.LIVE-STREAM From the Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI)–Policy Forum # Retirement, Health and Financial Wellbeing Page Content Free to International Foundation and ISCEBS Members.