Companies with defined-benefit pension plans for their workers and retirees may be required to disclose information about their plan’s impact on earnings much more frequently, according to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal.

The Financial Account Standards Board, which is based in Norwalk, Conn. decided this week to require those companies to report the figures on a quarterly basis. They currently are only mandated to do so on an annual basis.

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