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The Central Pension Fund is a pension fund founded in 1960 by multiple employers to provide retirement benefits to members of the International Union of Operating Engineers. The fund also provides death and disability benefits, states the Central Pension Fund website.


As of 2015, the Central States Pension Fund is a defined benefit plan that pays retirement benefits to its qualified participants, according to the pension fund. The fund calculates benefits based on employees' ages and how much and how long they have contributed to the fund. Participants must have


A pension is a fixed sum of money paid regularly to a retiree. A pension plan is funded by the employee, employer or both. For plans that require employee contributions, money is invested and then used to purchase an annuity, which provides a set income.


American Oil Pension, or A.O.P, is an investment fund managed by Stansberry and Associates, explains The Growth Stock Wire. The fund invests in publicly traded pipeline corporations that are registered as Master Limited Partnerships, or MLPs.


Pension plans are retirement savings plans that employers set up to provide future financial security to employees, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The two major types of retirement plans have a number of possible variations. Plan administrators are required to provide employees with a fo


Pension credit is a feature of the retirement system in the United Kingdom that provides supplemental income to retirees with low income, according to the U.K. National Health Service. It consists of two parts, the guarantee credit and the savings credit.


Pensions are usually taxable at a rate that depends on the retiree's current income level, according to Sandra Block for Kiplinger. If the pension includes after-tax contributions, this portion is exempt from taxes. The rules apply to both private and public pensions. As of 2015, retirees must begin


Pensions and investments are contributions made to a company by its employees to be used in buying shares or carrying out other profitable projects. Employees who are members of particular pension schemes start receiving pension benefits upon retirement.


Nine states don't tax public pensions, and three of those states also exempt some private pensions, states About.com. Mississippi and Pennsylvania don't tax any retirement income, and New Hampshire and Tennessee only tax interest and dividends. Seven other states don't have an individual income tax


Pensions were started as an incentive for people to enlist in the military. Plymouth colony offered one of the earliest pension plans to people who were disabled while defending the colony from Native Americans in 1636.