The result of your benefit is determined on the results awarded in your Judgment. If your spouse is awarded an interest in the Pension, she/he will be entitled to half of your benefit that was accumulated during the period of …
Category: Pension FAQs
However, you can only work a minimum of 40 hours in a calendar month in any industry and geographical area that is covered by the Plan when you retired and your employment is in any trade or craft in which …
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I am out on disability and thinking of retiring. What do I need to know about retirement due to disability?
If you are permanently disabled, you must provide us with a copy of your Social Security Award letter. We will prepare the application for you. If you are on temporary disability, you must terminate your employment before you can retire. …
Yes. As long as it is okay with your employer and your termination date is after your vacation hours have run out
My last day work will be December 31. I have four weeks of unpaid vacation. Can I start receiving my pension benefits on January 1 and continue to draw my vacation over the following four weeks?
Yes. Assuming you have formally terminated your employment, you may choose a pension effective date the first of the month, following your actual last day of work, and you may continue to receive pay for vacation or sick leave from …
My last day work will be December 31. I have four weeks of unpaid vacation. Can I start receiving my pension benefits on January 1 and continue to draw my vacation over the following four weeks? Read more »
The process takes approximately 90 days. Once processed and approved, you will receive your first check in the first week of the month and on the first of each month, thereafter.
I am considering retirement. How soon must I submit my Pension Benefit Application to apply for my Pension benefits?
At least three months prior to the date you wish to retire and no later than 30 days.
Usually, the 50% Joint & Survivor Annuity benefit option.
Yes, as long as your spouse consents your designation of Pension benefits.