What Pension Funds May Face Cuts Under New Law?

February 4, 2015: Could your benefits be cut under the new Pension Cut legislation? Find out here.

The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College has compiled a list of 100 plans that may be permitted to cut benefits as a result of the new pension law enacted in December 2014.

The Central States Pension Fund is not the only Teamster pension plan where retirees may be threatened with benefit cuts because of the new pension law pushed through Congress in December.

The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College has compiled a list of 100 plans that may be permitted to cut benefits as a result of the new pension law. Several Teamster funds are on the list.  

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