Retirement benefits.

Discussion in 'UPS Retirement Topics' started by kellisday, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. kellisday

    kellisday bgstrapper

    Could anyone tell me if the UPS benefits require me to purchase the Medicare plan part "D"? Basically part "B" is required. I know it's not "required" but they treat your benefits as if you have part B. The part B dings your SS check for almost $100 a month. If we are "required" to take the part "D", that will take another big chunk out of your SS check. tks.
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2011
  2. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt Dark Prince of Double Standards Staff Member

    Were you a Union employee and your insurance is funded by Teamsters?

    Were you management and is your insurance funded by the UPS Retirement Insurance Plan?

    We need this before an answer can be determined.

    Most retirees fade away from this site before they turn 65 but there are a few hanger oners.
  3. kellisday

    kellisday bgstrapper

    I was a Union employee (Western Conference) and my insurance benefits are through UPS. tks.
  4. ostler123

    ostler123 New Member

    UPS benefits will stop at nothing to make sure every package delivery; communication and business solution exceeds the expectations of our customers. That's why we'll stop at nothing to meet their expectations for great healthcare and compensation, with full-time benefits for part-time employees and one of the most comprehensive total payment packages available for everyone. In fact, UPS is one of the only companies in business today that offers hourly employees full benefits, from medical/dental coverage to tuition assistance.