what is a deferred vested pension?

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Answered: I worked for Bullock's dept. store in the 60's how can I fined out if

There was probably a requirement that you had to work there for some number of years (maybe 5 or 10 years) before being eligible for a pension. If you were eligible for a pension, you should have gotten an annual statement from them about pension funding. But you might have moved. Bullock's was ...

Answered: How do I contact LMT to have my pension deposited to another bank?

Find your plan on the Lockheed Martin site: http://www.lockheedmartin.com/us/employees/benefit-plans.html There should be a number to call, a form to fill out, and maybe a signature guarantee. That should do it.

Answered: How can i find out what my pension will be on retirement

You can get all the information from the administration department of your company.

Answered: Pension

Depends on your pension plan. 401k you have to be 59 1/2. Read your plan.

Answered: What do i do with my vested pension after termination?

Keep your address up to date with them. Eventually you will be old enough to collect the pension.

Answered: Spouse military patches for vest. husband is a marine corps vietnam

www.sgtgrit.com I was in the corps for 8 years and was stationed at a lot of places. Grit had a patch for all the units I was with plus they have a lot of patches for the different 'conflicts' we've been in like Nam. SSgt Gordon Henshaw Semper Fi!
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How do i get my pension money after my union is decertified

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What does fully vesting on a defined benefit pension plan mean?

@CJAmarketing: Vesting in a qualified pension plan, such as a defined benefit plan, refers to the percent of the benefit, and assets, that an employee has irrevocably earned through a combination of salary and years of service. Plans benefits often vest on a rolling bases, perhaps 20% per year ...