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Protecting Your Pension For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-06818-2
361 pages
May 2011
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Part I: Focusing on Pension Fundamentals.

Chapter 1: Navigating the Ins and Outs of Pensions.

Chapter 2: Acquainting Yourself with Pension Rules.

Chapter 3: Exploring the World of Tax-Qualified Plans.

Chapter 4: Using 401(k) Plans to Your Advantage.

Chapter 5: Increasing Your Income with IRAs.

Chapter 6: Monitoring the Investments in Your Pension.

Part II: Making Sure That You Receive the Pension You Earned.

Chapter 7: Getting the Scoop on Eligibility, Accrual, and Vesting.

Chapter 8: Planning for Retirement While You’re Still Working.

Chapter 9: Understanding the Rules of Pension Distributions.

Part III: Guarding Your Pension from Your Employer.

Chapter 10: Zeroing In on Fiduciaries.

Chapter 11: Dealing with Your Employer’s Corporate and Financial Changes.

Chapter 12: Handling Plan Modifications and Terminations.

Part IV: Shielding Your Pension from Life’s Ups and Downs.

Chapter 13: Hitting Yourself Up for a Loan.

Chapter 14: Surveying Survivorship Benefits.

Chapter 15: Dividing Your Pension between You and Your Ex.

Chapter 16: Protecting Your Retirement Funds from Creditors and Bankruptcy.

Part V: Taking Action When Bad Things Happen to Good Pensioners.

Chapter 17: Looking Out for Potential Distribution Problems.

Chapter 18: Tackling Denied Claims.

Chapter 19: Hiring and Working with an Attorney.

Chapter 20: Dissecting a Pension Lawsuit.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 21: Ten Key Pension Issues for People Still Working.

Chapter 22: Ten Key Pension Issues for People Getting Ready to Retire.

Chapter 23: Ten Key Pension Tips for Small Business Owners.

Part VII: Appendixes.

Appendix A: Glossary.

Appendix B: Tables and Charts .


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