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Persistence pays off for New Mexico widow

Last month, USA Today published an article about Libby Leask, a woman who had just been forced to put her house on the market after being denied a survivor benefit from her late husband’s pension plan

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Treasury Notice puts retirees' pensions at risk

Sometimes important changes in pension law are made through the regulatory process or even, more subtly, through guidance that agencies issue to address key issues. Often the guidance sounds technical, but it can make a world of difference, either positively or negatively, to the economic security of retirees.

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Statement of the Pension Rights Center on the “Cost of Inaction: Why Congress Must Address the Multiemployer Crisis” Subcommittee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (March 7, 2019)

The Pension Rights Center submitted this statement for the record of the Subcommittee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions hearing, “Cost of Inaction: Why Congress Must Address the Multiemployer Crisis.”

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New book sounds alarm about retirement insecurity in America

In her new book, Downhill from Here—Retirement Insecurity in the Age of Inequality, Katherine S. Newman compellingly relates the story of the American retirement experience by diving into the individual and heart-wrenching sagas of a diverse group of workers and retirees. More...

Romancing our donors on Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day, that holiday of romance and love.

So on this February 14th, we want to send PRC’s special candy hearts, shoot our arrow of amour – or at least our arrow of great and undying gratefulness – to those wonderful individuals and organizations who supported us so gallantly in 2018.

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The Pension Rights Center Educates Couples, Divorcees & Widows on How to Get the Retirement Benefits They Deserve

The Scoop: The Pension Rights Center (PRC) is the nation’s foremost consumer organization dedicated solely to protecting retirement security in the U.S. The nonprofit provides free information and legal assistance regarding earned benefits, pensions, and other retirement income. More...

House Committee hearing focuses on retirement security

Wednesday on Capitol Hill, the House Ways and Means Committee held a wide-ranging hearing about retirement security. More...

House Committee to Tackle Retirement Issues in Feb. 6 Hearing

The House Ways and Means Committee under the lead of the new Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) will hear testimony Wednesday morning on “Improving Retirement Security for America’s Workers.”

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Super Bowl weekend – A time to honor and reward former NFL players

As the National Football League basks in the glory of Super Bowl weekend, thousands of former players who laid the foundation for the league’s prosperity are fighting for fair pensions.

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PBGC Advocate’s Report Highlights Issues Important to Retirees

Recently we posted a five-part “Know Your Agencies” blog series covering government agencies that play a role in regulating retirement plans. More...

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