R. Minturn Sedgwick

  • Pensions Could Be Better

    Low interest rates and the great rise in the cost oj living have rendered most pensions insufficient for even the bare necessities of life. In the article that follows, H. MINTURN SEDGWICK, Boston investment counselor, shows how the same amounts now invested in pension plans could be made to produce an adequate retirement income not only for an employee, but also for his wife; furthermore, important death benefits could be provided at no extra cost.