South Central Pension Rights Project
- Answering questions about complicated pension laws and how they affect your retirement;
- Obtaining and explaining hard-to-find retirement plan publications, forms and other documents;
- Correcting pension miscalculations and claiming retirement benefits that have been denied;
- Tracking down benefits from past employers; and
- Providing referrals to lawyers, actuaries, and other pension professionals as appropriate.
- Traditional “defined benefit” pension plans;
- Cash balance and other “hybrid” pension plans;
- 401(k), 403(b), and 457 “defined contribution” plans; and
- Money purchase and other profit-sharing plans.
- Am I entitled to a pension?
- What happens to my pension when I change employers?
- Can I get pension benefits from my ex-spouse?
- How can I claim my pension from a company that has merged with another or gone bankrupt?
- What happens to my pension when I die? What happens to my spouse’s pension?
- What if my pension is miscalculated or denied altogether?
- you currently live or work in Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, or Texas, or if you lived or worked in the region while earning the pension; or
- if the company or pension plan is headquartered or has operations now in the region, or if it had operations in the region when the pension was earned.