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I worked previous job for 29+ years, and my boss changes the

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I worked previous job for 29+ years, and my boss changes the pension plan without prior notification to the employee’s. I need help on determining the amount of my pension, because on the first pension plan I should have received 100% of my income when I retired.
For several year when my boss changed the pension plan, He hid all the information from the employee’s. Till around 3 years ago when he handed me new the new pension, this new pension plan showed that my total would be 20% of my income. I also never received the formula plan my original pension plan.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: California Employment Law
Expert:  socrateaser replied 5 years ago.
Pension plan regulation is handled by the U.S. Department of Labor -- Employee Benefits Security Administration. See this link to submit a request for investigation. The DOL will investigate and if the employer has screwed with your pension rights, Uncle Sam will prosecute and try to recover your money for you.

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