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Delphi retirees gaining ground in fight to restore pensions

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Many of the nation’s 20,000 Delphi salaried retirees believe they are gaining ground in their three-year fight to have their full pensions restored.

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GM pensions: Not all retirees, officials see offer as a 'win-win'

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General Motors Co.’s pension buyout offer to white-collar retirees isn’t necessarily the “win-win” situation executives made it out to be, according to some retirees and officials.

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Setting the record straight: Saint Peter’s University Hospital’s pension plan

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A new PRC fact sheet refutes claims made by Saint Peter’s University Hospital (SPUH) that its pension plan is a church plan and has never been subject to federal law.

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Signs Your Pension Plan Is in Trouble

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If your pension plan is underfunded, you could be at risk of losing some of your benefits. That isn't news. But did you know that your pension can be at risk even if the plan is relatively healthy?

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Workers fight switch to church pension plans

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The Employee Retirement Income Security Act, known as ERISA, regulates most private-sector pensions. But it has always exempted plans operated directly by churches for their clergy and employees to make it easier for the churches to operate their plans.

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Is your pension plan having a religious conversion? Here's what you can do.

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Have you received a notice informing you that your pension plan is seeking approval from the Internal Revenue Service to convert to a “church plan”?  Here’s what this means to your retirement – and what you can do about it.

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Has Your Retirement Been Stolen?

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If you’re looking for a scary story to read this Halloween, try Retirement Heist.

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GE closes DB plan for salaried employees

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General Electric has closed its pension plan to new employees hired after December 31, 2010. Employees hired before December 31, 2010 will not be affected by the change.

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A victory for workers and retirees

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In December 2009, Visteon Corp. announced that it was going to terminate its pension plans, which cover some 21,000 workers and retirees, as part of the company's overall bankruptcy and reorganization effort.  More...

Workers and Retirees Lose Pensions - and Take Action!

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On New Year's Eve, current and retired employees of Augsburg Fortress, the publishing arm of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, learned that their traditional defined benefit pension plan would be terminated and that they could lose a substantial portion of their benefits as a result of the termination.  More...

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