by Glenn Cheney
Norwalk, Conn. -- September’s Financial Accounting Standards Board exposure draft on public company pension plan disclosures greatly expanded the information that such companies must provide as indicators of the health of their plans. The proposed requirements met corporate criticism, however, due to a perceived increase in the burden of the accounting behind the disclosures.
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