Looking for any feedback here before I start asking questions elsewhere and writing letters. Maybe some one here can enlighten me and save me the trouble. This is specific to the Western Conference Pension Trust. I requested and received a work history statement and benefits statement. All looks good except one rather glaring detail. Maybe I am overlooking something. Part of the work history statement has a year by year list and the total hours credited for each year. Now, I understand there is 2080 hour maximum per year (52 40 hour weeks) as per the contract. Many of us hit that max in October or November, and most of the rest hit it in December. Anyway, once reached the pension contributions cease for that year. While reviewing the tallies over the years, there are several years that are below the 2080 level. Some by a couple hundred hours. I'm kinda of a nerd here, but I have retained the end of the year paycheck earnings statement for, well, since I have been working. Long story shorter, for example, last UPS paycheck in 1998 shows my YTD hours at 2390, clearly exceeding the 2080 maximum. Yet, the pension statement credits me for only 1989 hours for that year. Is there a piece of the puzzle missing or is something aloof? Thanks for any responses, especially the relevant ones!!