Press Release
02/28/24

Pension Rights Center Informs Senate Committee on Solutions to Retirement Crisis

The Pension Rights Center submitted a statement today from its Executive Director Karen Friedman telling the Senate, Health, Education, Labor and Pension Committee that “too many Americans are and will be facing an inadequately funded retirement with all the hardships that entails.” PRC, a nonpartisan, consumer organization that works to protect and promote the retirement […]

PRC In the News
02/28/24

Pensions & Investments: Congress should reject attempts to block fiduciary rule using spending bills – coalition

The Save our Retirement Coalition — made up of nine organizations, including AARP, AFL-CIO, Better Markets and Pension Rights Center — specifically asked that Congress reject any appropriations riders aimed at prohibiting the use of funds for finalizing, implementing or enforcing the Labor Department’s proposed rule in a letter dated Feb. 15, sent to Senate […]

Blogs & Newsletters
02/27/24

More Resources Now Available for Finding Lost Retirement Plan Benefits

By Jane Smith  There is a new resource for the many people who are entitled to retirement plan benefits but can’t locate their former employer to claim those benefits.   Those searching for benefits can start by checking out the “Find Unclaimed Retirement Benefits” search tool on the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation’s (PBGC) website. This tool […]

Blogs & Newsletters
02/21/24

A (Belated) Valentine’s Day Message from the PRC

As you polish off the rest of your Valentine’s Day chocolates, we wanted to take a moment to share our love and appreciation for all of you. Because of your tireless support, we’re able to take our fight for retirement security to the halls of Congress, the hearing rooms of regulatory bodies, and beyond. Your […]

Comments & Letters
02/16/24

SOR Coalition Opposes Appropriations Riders to Proposed Retirement Security Rule

The Save Our Retirement Coalition issued a letter voicing our opposition to appropriations riders that would prohibit the use of funds to finalize, implement, or enforce the Department of Labor’s (DOL) proposed Retirement Security Rule.