Pension Payouts Are Shrinking

New calculations will reduce lump-sum distributions.

Retirees who planned to take the money and run may find themselves with less than they expected. New rules that take effect in 2008 change the way pension plans calculate lump-sum distributions.

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Mary Beth Franklin
Former Senior Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance