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Subject: Pension Estimator Question Date: 7/3/2008 12:07 PM
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I was wondering if there was a ball park pension estimator or calculation that one could use to estimate pension payouts down the road. I have a pension but since my original company was bought out 8 years ago the new company does not provide an annual summary of benefits. Trying to get an estimate or any info from them is like pulling teeth. I would like to go to a fee based financial planner to see if I am on track for retirement and this stupid pension thing is one area I have no clue on what the future benefit will be. I had a formual at one time but can not find it. I was wondeing if someone else had one.

I do have a request out to our HR dept and so far I have not received any word back on them.(I figure its a holiday week)
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