Discussion in 'UPS Retirement Topics' started by MC4YOU2, Aug 23, 2016.
Sounds like it could affect @UpstateNYUPSer ?
Yes that's his pension.
I think the payout was $5,000-5,500 a month. So still a decent pension.
I thought so ... he had been making remarks that the payout may go down.
20% projected cuts for active employees.
33% projected cuts for retirees.
50% projected cuts for orphans.
He's so intelligent he will find a loop hole to save only himself from this. I'm sure we will hear about it in everyone one of his posts.
Would you rather hear sound financial advice or constant sexual innuendo?
BTW, how long does it take you to figure out which bathroom to use?
Unfortunately that's going to happen to many of the pension plans.
Good thing are union keeps telling us to vote democratic and they can't even run pensions.
Because they want to keep getting voted in
Unions don't run their pensions. They are administered by a Pension Board.
Ironically, in the late 70's/early 80's, our pension was over funded to the point where they had to decide whether to increase our benefits or cut the government a check. They raised our benefits.
I have already started a GoFundMe page.
The reduced pension should be $3,500-4,000/month.
There goes that badass Altima
My plan is to use my 6 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of personal/sick time when I retire to put a serious dent in to the residual.
I have a customer who is an entrepreneur. He owns many rental properties (I used to live in one of them), a car wash, laundromat and used car lot. He has a 66 Mustang that I have had my eye on for quite some time. That would be a really nice retirement present from me to me.
Are you going to learn how to work on it yourself?
I know it's a tough pill to swallow but that's still a better payout than many in the central see.
I'll bring it to Brownslave's farm---goodness knows he would have whatever tools that he would need.
I'll take up a donation for a ratchet and A 1/2" socket. You can take apart 3/4 of the car with those.
Uh, I don't work on cars. I write checks to people who do.
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