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I too worked for J BAKER SHOES/NATIONAL SHOES for 12 years and have been looking for my pensions for several years.
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It depends how many different pensions to which you may be entitled. In some countries there is a state pension. You should enquire of your state pension authority and they …will give you their latest estimation of what pension you could expect at retirement. Maybe you have company-provided pension benefits. Ask them how you stand. Or maybe you have one or more private pension schemes in one form or another. Enquire of each pension provider. You will have to establish your identity with each provider before they will give you definitive information. You may also have pension options, such as early or late retirement, and/or form of pension, e.g. draw-down or annuity etc, and whether or not your pension benefits will include payments for a widow or widower following the death of the pensioner. Pensions can also be indexed or flat rate. They can be for life or have some form of fixed term, particularly for the spouse of the deceased. Discuss your options with your providers. Consider what you would prefer and what would best suit your future anticipated position, economically etc. Consideration will also be taken, later, as to your life expectancy. Those who are suffering from life threatening illnesses or who are heavy smokers, for example, may get quoted higher pensions than those who are healthy and would reasonably be expected to live to a ripe old age. Maybe you will have to make some decisions now about providing for your future. Or maybe you will decide to let the future take care of itself. Either way, it is best to make informed choices and decisions.
Check with Company. If your employer was big their is a federal agncy that insures some pensions of bankrupt companies. Maybe your US congressman's staff could direct yo…u.
(UK Answer) There are in essence three types of pension plan in the UK. Each have a different method of obtaining a projection of your future retirement benefits. These ar…e:- 1) Your state pension. A pension paid to you by the Department for Work and Pensions based on your national insurance record from during your working life 2) Any personal pensions. These are pensions that you have chosen to save within during your working life. These could be with a Life insurance company or a bank. 3) Any occupational pension pensions. These are pensions that are set up and managed by your employer. There are various types of occupational pension schemes that exist 1) State Pension forecast Your state pension is calculated by your national insurance record that you build up during your working life. You can obtain a projection of your state pension online. (See the related link) 2) Personal Pension Projections Your pension provider, for example a life insurance company or bank will be able to provide you with an indication of how much your pension will be when you come to retire. Pension projections and statements can be complicated to understand, and therefore you might like to consider taking financial advice. 3) Occupational Projections Your employer, or the payroll/HR department will usually be able to tell you whom you should contact in order to obtain a projection of your future benefits. If you no longer work for the employer that set up your pension plan you may like to try the pension tracing service, which can be found online. (See the related link) There are different types of occupational pension schemes. However, these could be broadly classified in to 2 types. Firstly, Defined Benefit or Final Salary. This is where you will receive a known amount of income based on your years-service for your employer and your income either throughout your employment history or your salary in the final year before retirement. Secondly, there is Defined Contribution or Money Purchase. This is where the amount of income at the end of your working life is based on the amount of contributions that are made by you or your employer throughout your working life.
My 2 year old border collie mix was abused by her previous owner and now bites my 4 younger daughters Under the age of 12 what should I do?
When your dog looks like its ready to snap say "NO!" and if it stays, give it a treat and to let all that stress go from your border collie, play with it or give it something …to entertain itself. But u should train it, it is still possible. And if your daughters want to play with it let them wait for it to come to them, then they may pet it then reward it so they don't take it as a harmful way or a threat.
Who can former employees contact with to find out about their pension plans now that Dan River Inc is in India?
Who at Bank of america should I contact about receiving money from pension plan
I have some information about Tembec Pension in regards to the Pine Falls closure. If this is what you are looking for call me at 1 866 210 8612 and ask for James.
You are formerly a 13 years Eckerds employee trying to find out where you can get information about pension plan --you received a letter from socical security benefits to contact eckerd pension plan?
how can i locate eckerd drug store pension plan advisor Jack Eckerd Corportion Largo, Florida
Yes, a 12 year can wear contact lense(s). But in some cases Eye Doctors advises some, not all, patients that wearing glasses may be better. You will have to talk to the eye do…ctor to see what may and/or may not be the best choice.
no way govt is not even considering this proposal i actually suggest tht it be reduced by 2 years so that thse lazy assoles go home and sit in their house
I worked for Carolina Freight for many years. Am I entitled to my pension or was there a 401k
Call the company they worked for and find out who is servicing their pensions. The information is not given out without permission of the past employee.
Maybe. It depends on what happened with the pension after the death and how the estate was handled. If the spouse inherited from the deceased, and continued to receive a payo…ut from the pension, they would probably be liable for the debt.
How can you find out re Esmark Inc pension benefits for a widow of Leonard Suchocki an employee of Swift who worked for 12 years and passed away on Oct 11 2000?
Most countries have pension tracing services that can help you with this. See related link below for a UK example.
Who does a former employee of King County Medical Blue Shield contact to find out about their pension plan benefits?
Plaintiff Lyn Boland has brought this action under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended, 29 U.S.C. § 1001 et seq. (ERISA), contesting defendants'… denial of coverage under an employer's medical plan. Defendants have filed separate motions for summary judgment, but refer to and incorporate each other's briefs and affidavits and will be referred to collectively as "defendants." The Boeing Company ("Boeing") emphasizes contract principles to argue for dismissal. Boeing contends that the plan language *640 and the underlying bargaining agreement classify as an excluded experimental procedure any procedure so defined by the national Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association ("national Blue Cross"). Defendant King County Medical Blue Shield ("King County Medical") on the other hand emphasizes the plan's exclusion of any experimental procedure that is not generally recognized by the medical profession. Plaintiff insists that defendants' decisions as to what constitutes experimental treatment should not be entitled to deference because of a conflict of interest or because the decisions were not made by a fiduciary. The Court has considered the briefs and affidavits filed by the parties and concludes that summary judgment in favor of defendants is justified insofar as the employer medical plan relies on the classification of a third party national Blue Cross. This conclusion involves no disputed issue of material fact and can be decided by the Court as a question of law premised on the plain language of the plan. Fed.R.Civ.P. 56.