History in the Making – York’s Pension Plan. Winter 2013. Purpose of this Seminar. Pension plan text Plan amendments Historical rates of return Historic expectations End of mandatory retirement The 1990s vs. 2000s. Pension plan text.
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May 1, 1989 – include the ability for those on revocable or irrevocable reduced load to maintain full service
September 1, 1991 – increase the dependent child benefit to $300 per month from $200
January 1, 1992 – incorporate changes required by amendments to the Income Tax Act which included Section 13 of the Plan that describes the Adjustments to Pensions
October 1, 1993 – July 1, 1999 – a number of early retirement windows
We have no way of knowing that the future holds.
The Plan is affected by:
- this also affects the four year moving average