Pension Check

Gixxer2003

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Pension checks are issued on the first of every month but when do you get it if the first falls on a Saturday or Sunday. Will you get it before or after the weekend. And what about holidays if we are off thurs fri (thanksgiving) and the 1st falls on a Sunday do we get the pension check on Wednesday like we get our ups checks before a holiday?
 

UpstateNYUPSer

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Generally if the 1st falls on a Saturday you will get your direct deposit on Friday and if it falls on a Sunday you will get it the following day (Monday), although I have noticed that I have received it on the Friday before.

BF is not a bank holiday and as such you will either get your Dec. check on either Friday or Monday----most likely on Friday.
 

Gixxer2003

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That’s what worries me that i will fall behind then owe a ton of money. But i already told them not to take taxes out i need to feel my full amount every month. I don’t understand why this country cant just take a flat fee from everyone $99.00 per week or month they burn us with taxes
 

UpstateNYUPSer

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Is there a way to see our pension checks online Like on UPSERS.COM ?
Are you under the company or Teamster pension plan?

I am under the NYS Teamsters Pension Fund and they do not send out a "pay stub" so the only way we can really know what has been taken out is when we get our W-2's.
 

oldngray

nowhere special
I have them mail me a void pension check instead of letting them do everything online. I get that in the mail a couple of days before the money gets direct deposited in the bank.
 

Shiftless

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Pension checks are issued on the first of every month but when do you get it if the first falls on a Saturday or Sunday. Will you get it before or after the weekend. And what about holidays if we are off thurs fri (thanksgiving) and the 1st falls on a Sunday do we get the pension check on Wednesday like we get our ups checks before a holiday?
Congrats on getting out a live!

I tell everyone "Get Busy or Die". Stay Busy, Stay Happy!

Taxes? I am one of those retiree's that controls my own quarterly payments. I don't want to give them a cent more than I am responsible for. It's a personal choice for most.
 
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