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How long do you need to work for a company to be vested for a pension?

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It will depend on the laws of the country you are in. In the US it tends to be 5 years for full vesting in most retirement programs. Now, most places provide a 401K type arrangement, which has no minimum vesting point, you get what you contribute.
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Can you collect your pension if the company you worked for filed for bankruptcy.?

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Do you need a pension?

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