In 2022, pension verification letters will be mailed beginning on March 16. If you completed a form in 2021, you will not receive one this year unless you reside outside the U.S.; are age 85 or older; have a power of attorney or guardian on file with the Plan; or reside in a nursing home.
The Pension Plan’s annual Pension Verification initiative helps us to ensure that all retirees and beneficiaries entitled to a pension benefit are rightfully receiving their monthly benefit as expected. This process also helps us to verify that a retiree is still alive and isn’t currently incapacitated. To accomplish this, the only thing we need is your signature for our files.
Please note, if you don't respond to the pension verification request by signing and submitting the form to the Plan office, your monthly benefit will be temporarily suspended. Forms are mailed directly to you by the U.S. Postal Service and cannot be found on this Web site or completed online.
Once you receive your verification form from the Pension Plan in the mail and sign it, you may submit it to the Plan via one of the methods outlined below.