Web Site Usage and Information Collection
When you visit the PRC web site, we automatically obtain information about the names of the internet service provider being used, the type of browser being used, the web site that most frequently referred visitors to the PRC web site, the pages visited and the length of each visit made to the PRC web site. By collecting this information we are able to generate statistics that will help us improve the overall usability of our web site.
We do not collect personally-identifiable information, such as your name, mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address, unless you provide that information by completing a form on our web site. We use the information you provide to us solely to communicate with you. We do not share your information with anyone else.
The Pension Rights Center uses Network for Good to process online donations made to the Center. The Pension Rights Center does not retain, share, store, or use any of the personally-identifiable information provided when online donations are made.
If you experience technical problems with the operation of this web site, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Did You Know?
A joint-and-survivor annuity is an annuity that pays a monthly benefit over the lives of the participant and his or her surviving spouse. This is the default form of benefit for married participants in most defined benefit pension plans. Because it lasts for the life of both the worker and the spouse, a joint-and-survivor annuity typically results in a lower monthly benefit payment than a single-life annuity.