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Legislation giving participants more say in MPRA benefit cuts reintroduced in Senate

03/15/2019 | Pensions & Investments

Bipartisan legislation giving participants of struggling multiemployer pension funds more of a voice when benefit reductions are being considered was reintroduced Friday in the Senate.


Trump Treasury Backtracks On Lump-Sum Pension Rules Meant To Protect Retirees

03/07/2019 | Forbes

The Treasury Department told off employers back in 2015: Lump-sum pension buyouts for retirees already in payout status are a no-no. More...

Braun proposes end to congressional pension

02/13/2019 | The Journal Gazette

Freshman U.S. Sen. Mike Braun announced Tuesday he has introduced legislation that would eliminate congressional pensions.


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

02/08/2019 | Datingnews.com

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...

How to Find an Old 401(k) Account

02/04/2019 | U.S. News & World Report

During the frenzy of leaving behind an old job and getting acclimated to a new position, rolling over your 401(k) plan isn't always your first priority. Some people even lose track of a 401(k) plan at a former employer. Here's what to do if you're trying to find funds held in a previous employer's 401(k) plan.


6 Ways Retirement Has Changed Over the Past 25 Years

02/04/2019 | Kiplinger

Twenty-five years ago, Kiplinger's Retirement Report launched to help readers enjoy a richer retirement. More...

MetLife's $220M Deal Shows Risk In Losing Track Of Retirees

01/29/2019 | Law360

A $220 million settlement with MetLife Inc. secured by the New York Department of Financial Services on Monday marked the latest episode in the fallout over the insurer’s failure to adequately notify almost 30,000 retirees of their eligibility for retirement benefits over the course of 25 years.


Ask Amy: Wife's text-flirting compels husband to spy

01/29/2019 | Chicago Tribune

Dear Amy: My wife and I have been married for 15 years. About four years ago I was suspicious of her relationship with a former co-worker and "friend," whom she had grown very close to.


Super Bowl hero John Riggins now fighting to get more money for older NFL retirees

01/26/2019 | USA Today

It has been nearly 36 years since John Riggins produced one of the greatest clutch runs in football history with a 43-yard touchdown rumble on fourth and inches against Miami – kids, check out that stiff-arm on YouTube! -- that propelled Washington to victory in Super Bowl XVII.


Retiree Groups Back Northwestern ERISA Suit In 7th Circ.

01/23/2019 | Law360

A group of current and former Northwestern University workers got an assist in their Employee Retirement Income Security Act suit against the school from advocacy groups that urged the Seventh Circuit to revive the workers’ case claiming their retirement savings were mismanaged.