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The nation’s pensioners have lost a great champion

Sometimes our blogs are about pensions. Today it’s about something more personal.

Today we went to a memorial service for a Senate staffer who really mattered. 

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Know The Rules Before You Roll Over Your Pension

The days of traditional pensions are coming to an end as companies continue turning to 401(k)s for employee retirement plans. Some members of today’s workforce, mostly Generation X and older, were lucky to be enrolled in blue-chip pension plans before they were no longer offered. However, new pension access has plummeted to 4% of the workforce.

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Cutter Family Finances - What To Do If Your Employer Freezes Your Pension

General Electric (GE) announced earlier this month it was freezing pensions for 20,000 employees in an attempt to reduce its $8 billion pension deficit, and it’s also freezing supplementary pension benefits for about 700 workers.

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My day at the Supreme Court

Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Intel Corp. Investment Policy Comm. v. Sulyma. PRC had filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the case, and I was excited to get to be there in person.

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Justices Probe Meaning of 'Actual Knowledge' in Federal Pension Plan Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday wrestled with whether receiving pension investment disclosures constitutes “actual knowledge” of a fiduciary breach even when many people don’t read the detailed disclosures required by federal law.

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Prospects for electronic delivery sparking enthusiasm for more

The plan sponsor and record-keeper communities are thrilled with a new Department of Labor proposal that would permit default electronic delivery of retirement plan disclosures and would like to see it expanded further.

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Comments to the Department of Labor on proposed rule for default electronic disclosure (November 22, 2019)

The Pension Rights Center submitted comments to the Department of Labor on proposed rule RIN 1210-AB90: Default Electronic Disclosure by Employee Pension Benefit Plans under ERISA. Read the full comments here. 

 

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Pension Rights Center Cries Foul Over DOL Electronic Disclosure Plan

The Pension Rights Center is urging the Labor Department to withdraw its proposed electronic disclosure rule, saying the plan makes it harder for workers to get the information they need to prepare for retirement and monitor their pension and 401(k) plans.

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Consumer advocacy group asks Labor Department to withdraw proposal that would curtail employees’ receipt of important retirement plan information

November 20— The Pension Rights Center, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization, charges that a new proposed Labor Department regulation would undermine the rights of workers and retirees to receive critical retirement information.

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Labor Department proposes to send you down a rabbit hole to find your retirement information

The Department of Labor, the agency charged with protecting workers’ and retirees’ retirement rights, wants to adopt a new rule that would make it harder for you to get the information you need to plan for your retirement and watchdog your pension or 401(k) plan. More...

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