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The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) protects the retirement incomes of over 33 million American workers in private sector defined benefit pension plans. A defined benefit plan provides a specified monthly benefit at retirement, often based on a combination of salary and years of service.
Survivor pensions for death after your retirement are based on a percentage of your lifetime pension, which doesn't include a bridge benefit even if you die before age 65. Upon your death your eligible spouse automatically receives 60% of your lifetime pension.
To get a pension, you can seek employment with an organization that offers pension benefits and then work there long enough to become eligible. Large private corporate employers may also offer pension benefits, but it's not as common as it used to be.
PBGC insures about 22.7 million people in Single-employer pension plans. Multiemployer pension plans cover workers of more than one employer, usually companies in the same industry, such as construction, trucking or coal mining. PBGC insures about 10.9 million people in multiemployer pension plans.
Can I receive my benefit as a lump sum payment? No, unless your total benefit is very small. PBGC pays lump sums only when a benefit has a value of $5,000 or less. All other benefits are paid as a monthly annuity, which provides a regular stream of income for life.
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You will start to receive payments about three months after you contact PBGC about your pension benefits. For example, if you contact us during January, the soonest your benefit can start is April 1.
Can I receive my benefit as a lump sum payment? No, unless your total benefit is very small. PBGC pays lump sums only when a benefit has a value of $5,000 or less. All other benefits are paid as a monthly annuity, which provides a regular stream of income for life.
PBGC insures about 22.7 million people in Single-employer pension plans. Multiemployer pension plans cover workers of more than one employer, usually companies in the same industry, such as construction, trucking or coal mining. PBGC insures about 10.9 million people in multiemployer pension plans.
Increasingly, employers are making available to their employees a one-time payment for all or a portion of their pension. This is known as a lump-sum payout option. If you choose a lump-sum payout instead of monthly payments, the responsibility for managing the money shifts from your employer to you.
Can I receive my benefit as a lump sum payment? No, unless your total benefit is very small. PBGC pays lump sums only when a benefit has a value of $5,000 or less. All other benefits are paid as a monthly annuity, which provides a regular stream of income for life.

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