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Projected Benefit Obligation (PBO)

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A projected benefit obligation (PBO) is an actuarial measurement of what a company will need at the present time to cover future pension liabilities. It is used to determine how much must be paid into a defined benefit pension plan to satisfy all pension entitlements that have been earned by employees up to that date, adjusted for expected future salary increase.


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