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American Airlines pension default Q&A

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American Airlines is heading toward the largest default of a defined-benefit pension plan in U.S. history.

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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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New Retirement: Tracking Pension Funds [video]

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CNBC's Sharon Epperson's "New Retirement" segment shows workers how to track all the retirement funds they have coming to them.

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From Zero to Two Pensions - With Help From the New England Pension Assistance Project

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David Howell of Connecticut had worked in many different jobs for Stop & Shop from 1964 until 1991. He started work as a parking lot attendant and ended as a manager, so he was surprised to hear from Stop & Shop that, with all those years of work, he was not eligible for a pension.

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Money 911: Lower your credit card debt [VIDEO]

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CNBC's Sharon Epperson answers a viewer's question about a pension.

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Ellen Schultz: "Retirement Heist"

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Pensions were once considered a cornerstone of retirement, and in many cases, untouchable. But over the past two decades, companies large and small have cut employee pensions and slashed retiree health benefits -- all the while turning huge profits on those plans.

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Pension Rights Center Applauds IRS for Opening “Church Plan” Rulings Process to Comments by Employees and Retirees

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The Internal Revenue Service has issued a long-awaited revenue procedure clarifying the process for retirement plans to apply for “church plan” status.

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10 Things Pension Plans Won't Tell You

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Yes, they still exist. And some of them toy with taxpayer money.

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Millions of Workers Are in the Dark About Their Pensions

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People with pensions are planning for retirement in the dark.

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How Do I Find My Lost Pension?

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I am a former employee of First Brands Corporation. I left the company in 1990 with vested rights to a small pension when I turn 65 in December 2011. I tried contacting the company at an address and phone number that I found on the internet, but they’re no longer there. Where do I go from here?

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