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DuPont pension choice: 'The company has scared everybody'

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The DuPont Co. has told 18,000 former workers they have from Sept. 12 until Oct. 21 to trade their future pensions -- for up-front cash, or for an earlier but smaller monthly annuity -- instead of waiting until they reach retirement age to collect traditional pension checks.

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The Search For Missing 401(k) Money

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There are tens of thousands of workers who are due lost 401(k) money, but there is no one central depository where you can look for what’s rightfully yours.

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South Central Pension Rights Project saves a retiree from a $120,000 recoupment

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As part of the Pension Counseling and Information Program, the Pension Rights Center receives calls from people who have problems with or questions about their retirement plans.

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Pension tension in store

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Two companies controlled by the daughters of the late millionaire owner of Spag’s Supply Inc. have filed for bankruptcy with $6.1 million-plus in unfunded pension liabilities for 400 former employees of the defunct no-frills discount store.

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Got Pension Questions? Get Free Help

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For free legal advice and support about your retirement plan, turn to this counseling program

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How to find a lost pension

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When Frank Marroquin retired last year, he expected to live on his monthly $1,660 Social Security check, but then he remembered he was eligible for a pension from a former employer.

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A New Chapter of Pension Plan Woes

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Pensions used to be a reliable stream of retirement income, but these twists and turns could put a pension benefit in jeopardy.

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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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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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