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Actuarially sound

an approved retirement savings plan is considered to be actuarially sound when the amount of money in the fund and the current level of contributions to the fund are sufficient (on the basis of assumptions on interest mortality and employee turnover) to meet the liabilities that have accrued and that are accruing on a current basis.- The Insurance Dictionary 3rd Edition

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