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Benefit denial

Persistence pays off in finding a lost pension

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With his 65th birthday approaching, Richard Zimmerer started making phone calls about a pension from a job he held until his mid-40s.

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Shining a light on a hidden pension world

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In a new book, Retirement Heist, prize-winning journalist Ellen Schultz has provided the ultimate backstage pass to the world of pensions, with plenty of drama and shocking details.

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Do You Have a Pension You Don't Know About?

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Late last year, Vicki and Dale Lloyd opted to begin receiving pension benefits after 57-year-old Dale was diagnosed with cancer. After careful consideration the pair decided that a 75 percent distribution was the best option to meet their financial needs.

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South Central Pension Rights Project helps widow claim survivor benefit from Monsanto

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Naomi Francisco’s husband worked as an engineer for Monsanto for 35 years and began receiving his pension in 1985. When her husband passed away, the payments suddenly stopped. Wondering why, Naomi contacted Monsanto’s benefit center and was told that her husband had elected a single-life annuity with no survivor benefit.

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Mid-America Pension Rights Project works with Department of Labor to overturn wrongful benefit denial

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Like many people approaching retirement, when Margaret turned 65 she contacted her former employer to apply for the pension she had earned during her career.

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