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6. BANK OF AMERICA -- Approximately 295,000 current, former and retired employees of Bank America participate in its retirement plan or receive benefits. (Photo: AP)

5. BB&T -- Financial holding company BB&T's DB plan is 125 percent funded, and the company also provides employees with a 401(k). (Photo: AP)

4. CONOCOPHILLIPS -- ConocoPhillips deposits up to 9 percent of monthly pay into the accounts of employees, with the percentage based upon age and years of service. (Photo: AP)

3. SCRIPPS HEALTH -- Scripps Health offers a phased-retirement program that allows employees to dial back to part-time work while staying eligible for health and other benefits. (Photo: Shutterstock)

2. USAA -- Not only does USAA match 100 percent of the first 8 percent of salary saved, it also provides a bonus contribution, based on company performance targets. (Photo: AP)

1. PUBLIX -- Publix contributes 8.5 percent of wages to its Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). Any employee who works 1,000 hours per year participates. (Photo: AP)

Oh, for the days of the pension plan—when benefits arrived every month, on time, in a fixed and predictable amount.


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