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How to Find Your Lost Pension Money

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It’s not unusual for a worker to lose track of a pension benefit. Perhaps you left an employer long ago and forgot that you left behind a pension. Or maybe you worked for a company that changed owners or went belly up many years ago, and you figured the pension went with it…but you might have been wrong.

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Free help to find lost pensions

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The New England Pension Assistance Project, based at UMass. Boston, will counsel people on ways to track down pension benefits for which they may qualify.

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2,100 Ohioans owed $15.22M in unclaimed benefits

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The government agency that insures private-sector pension plans has millions of dollars in unclaimed benefits that belong to more than 2,000 current or former Ohioans.

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Retirement issues likely to dovetail with tax reform in 2013

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The Washington outlook for retirement and investment policy in 2013 can be summed up in one word: revenue.

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PBGC holding $300 million in unclaimed pension benefits

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At a time when many Americans are worried about saving enough for retirement, nearly $300 million in pension benefits has gone unclaimed by U.S. workers and retirees.

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How to Find A Lost Pension

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DEAR SAVVY SENIOR: How does one go about tracking down a lost pension? About 35 years ago, I worked at a manufacturing company for a few years that offered employee pensions, and I want to find out if I'm eligible for any money now that I'm about to retire.

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What To Do If Your Pension Is Frozen Or You're Offered A Lump Sum

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Do you now or have you ever participated in a “defined benefit” pension plan–the kind where a private sector employer promises a set monthly check based on your salary, years of service and retirement age? Are you now retired and receiving a monthly pension check?

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How do you find a lost pension?

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How do I find a pension if my old employer has merged several times and I can't locate it?

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Applied to Pensions, Risk Is a Four-Letter Word

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While transferring pension-plan peril is appealing, there are some precautions companies should be aware of.

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Questions Answered About Pension Plans

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Readers recently submitted questions about pension plans to Mary Williams Walsh, a business reporter for The New York Times who has written about how companies manage their pension plans; what happens when companies go bankrupt; public workers’ pensions and how they may affect state and local finances; and Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy.

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