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Pension Actuarial/Consulting

  • Actuarial Valuations and Consulting

    Trustees need more than just numbers to ensure the proper functioning of their plan. Rael & Letson’s actuarial valuations provide the numbers of course, but our consultants also explain why the numbers are what they are. Every valuation includes analysis of the underlying causes affecting the plan's finances and an outlook on what issues might be affecting the plan in the future.
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  • Financial Analysis

    Rael & Letson is always prepared to assist Trustees in projecting and analyzing the results of changes suggested by the investment manager. The asset/liability studies can be customized to meet the needs of any situation.
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  • Plan Design

    Whether it be the design of a new plan or the redesign of an existing plan, Rael & Letson consultants can offer Trustees appropriate choices to satisfy their objectives. Rael and Letson has developed many innovative design options for certain trades or industries.
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  • Bargaining Assistance

    Actuaries and consultants are available to help negotiation teams estimate the costs and contributions needed for suggested packages. With Rael & Letson’s extensive experience in bargaining, both sides can count on the accurate, independent analysis that leads to successful negotiations.
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  • ERISA Compliance and Administration

    Whether it's completing a Form 5500, processing a pension application with complicated factors, or helping to revise Summary Plan Descriptions, Rael & Letson can provide assistance to plan administrators in all aspects of plan operations.
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  • Withdrawal Liability

    Rael & Letson actuaries and consultants help clients with all aspects of employer withdrawal liability such as: unfunded vested benefits, identifying and assessing withdrawing employers and maintaining the plan attractiveness to prospective employers.
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