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In this vein, the differences in the behavior of participants in occupational and individual pension plans may be due to the different ways in which the two institutions operate, as in the former the transfer of consolidated rights occurs when (1) employment terminates and this is established in the specifications of the pension plan and (2) the pension scheme's supervisory committee makes that decision.
To develop data by employee group, we averaged calculated benefits for individual pension plans across all plans covering employees in that group.
This approach, however, ignores the fact that benefit formulas in individual pension plans are influenced by the characteristics of the workers that they cover.

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