Pension Valuation Methods and Divorce
PBGC Actuarial and Mortality Tables Appraisal
This approach is based upon information promulgated by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC), a U.S. Government Agency established by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). PBGC administers insurance programs that guarantee the payment of retirement benefits to participants of private pension plans. Present Value is determined as follows:
GATT Actuarial and Mortality Tables Appraisal
This method utilizes the interest rate for 30-Year U.S. Treasury Bonds and Group Annuity Mortality Tables (Presently "GAM 83") to determine present value. The steps involved are as follows:
Life Expectancy Appraisal
This approach is based upon Life Expectancy and the application of Internal Revenue Service Regulation 1.72.9 Annuity Table 1 (Ordinary Life Annuities of One Life).
Resources & Tools
HOUSE OR PENSION -- Many women quickly grasp the idea of dividing the marital house, but the importance of the division of the pension may not seem present since its distribution may be several years away. The custodial mother of teenagers may grab at the marital home as a solution to a short-term problem but forget that down the road her share of her former husband's pension will be more important than owning a house.
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