I have a pension in an international oil company that I left 10 years ago at age 27. I also have a second pension in another company that I just left after about 9 years. I may be in a position to retire in the next year or so when I am 38 or 39. The problem is that both companies say that I can not access the pensions until I am 55 or 65. Can they do this? I would really prefer rolling the pension into an IRA. Hi luckyengr, I'm not an expert in this area, but if it is a Pension and not a 401k (or 403b), I would think that the company can require you to wait until you are 55 for a disbursement. Have you told the company that you would accept a smaller amount if you received it now? You may want to Post your question on the Retirement Investing discussion board. Here is a link: http://boards.fool.com/Messages.asp?id=1040013000000000 Fool On, Keith O'Malley TMFKGOMalley
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