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Where to Turn if You’ve Been Wrongfully Denied Your Retirement Benefits

Every day, millions of Americans go to work under the assumption that they will one day be able to retire.

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AT&T Overpaid Pensioners and Now it Wants the Money Back

Telecommunications giant AT&T erroneously made large payments to many of its pension holders, according to recent news reports. Now those retirees have to pay the company back.

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Interconnected Disconnections: When Former Employees and their Retirement Plans Can’t Find Each Other

When I was in high school I was very lucky to be able to go on a school trip to France with a bunch of other American students. One day we were touring a market in in the South of France and, eager to practice what I had learned in French class, I stopped at a stall and began striking up conversation with a very patient local vendor. More...

Retirees Struggle To Locate Billions In Lost Pensions As Government Looks For Solutions

Deborah Imondi knows pensions. The 66-year-old retiree from Johnston, Rhode Island, managed a large corporate pension fund for 25 years.

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Wall Street Journal article highlights “harsh” pension practice

This weekend’s edition of the Wall Street Journal features a front page article by Theo Francis highlighting pension plans’ practice of trying to recover money they have mistakenly paid their retirees, often years later when the retiree cannot afford to pay back the money.

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These 3 big surprises can derail your retirement

The countdown to retirement can include all sorts of plans — setting aside extra cash in in the 401(k) plan, aiming to pay down debt, dreaming about the first trip you'd like to knock off your bucket list.

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Ohio workers' pension fund woes are symbolic of national problem

Roberta Dell has worked for 46 years making lollipops, and she loves her job. But she worries that retirement may not be as sweet as the Dum Dum lollipops she bags.

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The U.S. needs a pension registry to help people keep track of their savings

The United States needs a national pension registry. Most other developed countries provide consolidated online information for participants on all their workforce retirement accounts.

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Inspiring trip to Columbus brings hope for multiemployer solution

I flew into Columbus, Ohio last Thursday to join with 12,000 retired and active miners, truck drivers, warehouse workers, ironworkers, spouses, and others who were part of a historic rally on the lawn outside the Ohio statehouse urging Congress to fix the pension crisis and keep pension promises. More...

Thousands of Workers and Retirees Head to Ohio to Protest Pension Cuts and Pressure Congress to Act

COLUMBUS, OHIO - On Thursday July 12th, thousands of active and retired mineworkers, truck drivers, warehouse workers, bakery workers and others who worked hard to earn a lifetime pension are rallying in Columbus, Ohio to urge lawmakers to protect their benefits.

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