Introduction to pension funds, Financial Accounting

Introduction to Pension funds

Pension funds are normally set up to provide pension benefits to employees who have retired. The pension funds receive contributions mainly from employers and employees and the contributionsd are invested. Pension benefits are paid out of the contributions and investment income received.

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