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Retirement benefits are benefits that employers provide employees at retirement, including pensions, other postretirement benefits (OPEB) like health and welfare benefits, and similar benefits through defined contribution plans.
Nonretirement postemployment benefits are benefits that reporting entities provide employees after employment but before retirement, such as termination benefits.
The topics discussed in this chapter relate to the presentation and disclosure requirements for the employer's financial statements (not the benefit plan itself).

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