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Characteristics of individuals with integrated pensions.

@article{Bender1999CharacteristicsOI,
  title={Characteristics of individuals with integrated pensions.},
  author={Keith A. Bender},
  journal={Social security bulletin},
  year={1999},
  volume={62 3},
  pages={
          28-40
        }
}
Employer pensions that integrate benefits with Social Security have been the focus of relatively little research. Since changes in Social Security benefit levels and other program characteristics can affect the benefit levels and other features of integrated pension plans, it is important to know who is covered by these plans. This article examines the characteristics of workers covered by integrated pension plans, compared to those with nonintegrated plans and those with no pension coverage… 

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