Support the Pension Rights Center
Since 1976, the Pension Rights Center has successfully campaigned for fair and adequate retirement programs for millions of American workers and retirees. In today’s challenging pension environment, our work is more important than ever. Your contribution will help make it possible for the Center to continue its crucial role as a national consumer organization committed protecting and promoting retirement security.
The Pension Rights Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Donations are tax-deductible.
Contributions can also be mailed to:
Pension Rights Center
1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036-1739
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Looking for help with your retirement plan?
If you have a problem with your retirement plan, free help may be available from the U.S. Administration on Aging's network of Pension Counseling and Information Projects. Find help now.
PensionHelp America connects people who need help with their pension, 401(k), and other retirement plans with the pension counseling projects, legal services providers, and government agencies that can help answer their questions. Visit www.pensionhelp.org.
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Retirement USA is a national initiative that is working for a new retirement system that, along with Social Security, will provide universal, secure, and adequate income for future retirees. Visit the website.
Did You Know?
An annuity is a pension benefit that is paid out in a specific amount over a set period of time. Annuities typically last for the lifetime of the participant, or the lives of both the participant and his or her spouse, depending on the type of annuity selected. Joint-and-Survivor and Single-Life are types of annuities.