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Amicus Briefs Filed in Church Plan Appeal, Organizations Debate Use of Exemption

11/25/2014 | Bloomberg BNA's Pension & Benefits Reporter

The first challenge to the exemption of a religiously affiliated health-care organization’s pension plan from federal regulation to reach the federal appellate courts has drawn the attention of a nonprofit consumer organization, two religious organizations and a nonprofit law firm dedicated to free expression of religion, all of which have filed amicus briefs with the U.S. More...

Multiemployer Program Posts Record Deficit, Single-Employer Shortfall Shrinks, PBGC Says

11/25/2014 | Bloomberg BNA's Pension & Benefits Reporter

The deficit of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation’s multiemployer plan program rocketed to an all-time high in fiscal year 2014 of $42.4 billion—more than five times its previous high in 2013— the agency said in its annual report.


1 Million American Pension Plans Could Be Insolvent In 10 Years

11/19/2014 | NPR

The federal agency that regulates the nation's pension system issued a stark warning this week about some retirement plans.


Latest News Releases (View all)

A tribute to retirement security hero Bob Nagle


WASHINGTON – The Pension Rights Center pays tribute to a true retirement security hero, Robert E. Nagle, who died at his home at the age of 84 on Saturday, August 16, 2014.


Connecticut Takes a Big Step Towards Retirement Security for Its Residents


WASHINGTON – The Pension Rights Center applauds the Connecticut General Assembly for passing legislation that lays the groundwork for a new state-administered retirement savings plan for private-sector workers who do not have an employer-provided pension or retirement savings plan.&nbsp


New Law Set to Protect Pensioners in Some Religiously-Affiliated Nonprofits


WASHINGTON – On April 7, President Obama signed the Cooperative and Small Employer Charity Pension Flexibility Act into law. (P.L. 113-97).


Speeches, Statements, and Letters (View all)

PRC letter to OMB, supporting the collection of additional information from terminating pension plans (November 18, 2014)


The Pension Rights Center sent a brief letter to the Office of Management and Budget in support of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation’s request to require addi


Group letter to Congress in support of a strengthened and updated fiduciary rule (September 17, 2014)


The Pension Rights Center, along with 43 other organizations, sent the letter below to every member of Congress, expressing support for updated and stronger rules to protect people with retirement plans and individual retirement accounts from conflict-ridden investment advice.