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Using Twitter to Contact Policymakers

Learn how to use Twitter to connect with members of Congress and other key policymakers on important retiree issues. Read the guide.

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Church plan cases head to the Supreme Court

Bloomberg BNA: Devil in the Details as Justices Mull Church Pension Cases. Read the article.
Reuters: Threatened pension cuts will test Trump ties to U.S. Rust Belt voters

Reuters: Threatened pension cuts will test Trump ties to U.S. Rust Belt voters

Will the new president protect retiree pensions? We hope so. Read it here.

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How to Track Down a Lost 401(k) or Traditional Pension

Hundreds of millions of dollars in 401(k) retirement account and traditional pension plan assets are going unclaimed. These days it’s not uncommon for workers to change employers 10 times or more over the course of a career—and all that job hopping can make it tough to keep tabs on employer-sponsored retirement plans.

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20,000 Union Members, Retirees at Risk of Losing Pension Benefits

"The guy who worked harder got hit the hardest," Wargo said. "If you could prove that it [the cuts] would keep the plan solvent for 100 some odd years I'd take it, but it's baloney. There are other ways this could have been mended instead of singling out a group of people."

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Flurry of Pension Rescue Filings May Indicate Renewed Confidence

Four more financially beleaguered multiemployer pension plans are testing the rescue application waters, seeking Treasury Department permission to cut benefits.

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Don’t lose your retirement plan when you move!

Don’t lose your retirement plan when you move!

A few weeks ago, the Pension Rights center moved to a new office. We’ve had to update our mailing address with the post office, vendors, people on our email list and just about anyone you can think of.

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Teamsters get a reprieve from pension cuts

Thousands of upstate retired Teamsters have dodged a potential pension cut, at least for now, thanks to a recent decision by the federal government.

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In absence of help from archdiocese, N.J. pensioners put faith in U.S. Supreme Court

While adversaries argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court last week, 79 people who once worked at St. James Hospital in Newark watched the clock. Tick-tock. Tick-tock.

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Senate overturns rules to help cities offer retirement plans to workers

In a 50-49 vote, the Senate quashed Labor Department rules from the Obama administration that would have made it easier for cities to provide government-run retirement plans to private sector workers.

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OP-ED: Why U.S. Supreme Court must stand up for retired Americans

Hospitals that masquerade as religiously affiliated institutions do their employees and themselves a grave disservice.

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Hospital Pension Plans Seek Salvation at SCOTUS

The oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court over the ability of religiously affiliated hospitals to treat their pension plans as “church plans” amounted to a 60-minute catechism on statutory interpretation and legislative history.

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