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Strategies For Decreasing a Pension Plan’s Unfunded Liability and Help Preserve Cash Through Real Estate

This paper describes corporate and governmental organizations appealing alternative for funding of pension plan obligations, using owned real estate. Executed in a manner consistent with legal and ERISA requirements, large in-kind contribution credits and freedom from future cash payments can be achieved.

For corporations with owned and heavily depreciated real estate, in-kind transfers of these properties accompanied by a leaseback arrangement will produce a significant step-up in contribution value and net favorable tax outcomes.

Likewise; the contribution of owned real estate by State and Municipal governments to their pension plans allows massive under-funding gaps to be closed without the taking of new debt or increased burdens on taxpayers.

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