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

08/06/2018 | WGBH

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


These 3 big surprises can derail your retirement

08/02/2018 | Detroit Free Press

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.


Ohio workers' pension fund woes are symbolic of national problem

07/27/2018 | Reuters

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.


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

07/24/2018 | MarketWatch

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


Pension panic: Holland retiree told to repay $38K

06/01/2018 | Wood TV

When Adeline Reed received a letter from her pension fund telling her she’d been overpaid for nearly a decade, she was shocked.


New Efforts to Make Sure Pensions Are Paid

03/15/2018 | AARP News

According to the investment management company TIAA, as of 2015, a full 30 percent of employees had abandoned a retirement account from a previous employer. The Government Accountability Office recently reported that from 2004 to 2013, more than 25 million employees left at least one retirement account behind.


With pension plan out of money, Diocese retirees worry

03/12/2018 | Minnesota Public Radio

Employees of the Diocese of La Crosse, Wis., had faith that their pension plan would help them retire.


Lay employees lament Diocese of La Crosse's decision to end their pension plan

03/10/2018 | Leader-Telegram

At age 70, George Fugina was hoping to retire for good this year.

After working for 31 years as head custodian for St. James the Greater Catholic Church and then picking up a part-time custodial job at the Eau Claire YMCA, Fugina was ready to take it easy and live off his pension, savings and Social Security.


The Government Wants to Help You Find Your Missing 401(k)

03/09/2018 | Bloomberg Businessweek

As Americans worry about being able to afford retirement, billions in unclaimed retirement funds sit neglected in lost or forgotten accounts.


Sen. Sherrod Brown co-chairs committee to fix union pensions, but solution won't be easy

02/28/2018 | Cleveland.com

Members of the Senate and House have been picked to try to preserve union retirees' pensions without a raid on the federal Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., and Ohio's U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman are among them.