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I found this and let my manager know I was going to send to our HR dept. He advised me not to ans said he would talk to them to see if they can expedite my request.

G. Periodic Pension Benefit Statements
(secs. 105(a) and 502(c)(1) of ERISA)
Present Law
ERISA provides that the administrator of a defined contribution or defined benefit
pension plan must furnish a benefit statement to any participant or beneficiary who makes a
written request for such a statement. The benefit statement must indicate, on the basis of the
latest available information: (1) the participant’s or beneficiary’s total accrued benefit; and
(2) the participant’s or beneficiary’s vested accrued benefit or the earliest date on which the
accrued benefit will become vested. A participant or beneficiary is not entitled to receive more
than one benefit statement during any 12-month period. If a plan administrator fails or refuses to
furnish a benefit statement to a participant or beneficiary within 30 days of a written request, the
participant or beneficiary may bring a civil action to recover from the plan administrator $100 a
day, within the court’s discretion, or other relief that the court deems proper.
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