Strong Financial told its employees last week it is eliminating its 2004 pension plan contributions and ditching its matching contribution to employee 401(k) plans, amid a broad push to lessen costs at the heavily investigated firm.

The revelations, announced in a letter to employees last Tuesday, come as the firm continues to bleed assets. Investors have pulled $3 billion since the start of the scandal.

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