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|General Information Sites||Safeguarding Your Retirement|
Learn how you can participate in the investment of your pension capital, and find guidance on how to invest your funds wisely, on ElderNets favorite links about 401K plans.
|Department of Labor Publications
Handbooks and reports on scores of specific topics, including women and pensions, how to file claims, 401K plans and other useful areas of interest.
|U.S. Department of Labor
The Department of Labor administers thousands of laws governing private pensions and benefit plans. Visit this venerable institution to learn about pension plans, small business retirement ideas, labor laws and other information relating to your retirement security.
|Protecting Your Pension
Important handbook from the Department of Labor provides vital information about steps you can take to make sure your pension is alive and well when you reach retirement.
|Pension Planners Home Page
Information, ideas, books and current news about pension-related topics. Also provides contacts for locating 266 private pension planning professionals in 42 states.
|Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Learn about "PBGC," a quasi-public agency established in 1974 to supervise the management of private pensions for 42 million U.S. workers. Includes publications, media releases, pension fund data and other information about private pensions.
General Information Sites will teach you the basics of employer-sponsored retirement programs and how they are regulated. If you are self-employed, going through divorce or have lost contact with a former employer's pension administrator, links abut Safeguarding Your Retirement may offer helpful information. ElderNet encourages you to become an educated client of your pension program, to avoid getting shortchanged, left out or disadvantaged by your employer.
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