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Subject: Re: Pension Estimator Question Date: 7/3/2008 2:24 PM
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Thanks Paul I appreciate your response. I have heard that my pension with my old company was very generous and the new company's plan is not. One of the agreements for our 2001 buyout was the original employees were to keep the old pension and anyone hired after 2002 would fall into the new company plan. The problem was back in 2006 the new company decided to change the original agreement and now everyone is clamming up on how the plan is structured for the old employees (in the orginal plan verses getting stuck with the new plan) I have heard the benefits are at least 25% less with the new company.

I will have 25 years in a few months and still have 15 more to go. I just want to make sure I am planning correctly.
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