Good luck on that.
November 7, 2011: The mid-2011 financial report on the Central States Pension Fund is now available from Teamsters for a Democratic Union. The report, prepared by the Fundís Independent Special Counsel, shows that Central States has to make 11 percent return on investments to keep from going backward.
The Fund took in $333 million in employer contributions for the first half of 2011, and projects an annual income from employers of $677 million. This includes the reduced contributions from YRCW, which started on July 1. But the payout of benefits will be $2.83 billion, more than four times the income for employers. This means the fund needs to make $2.2 billion on investment income, just to tread water.................
Central States Fund: $19.8 Billion | Teamsters for a Democratic Union
Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.
Good luck on that.
When Sandy Pope gets elected IBT President, she will push for real multi-employer pension fund reform and make a real effort to shore-up ALL the Teamster multi-employer plans including Central States! Why Hoffa, Hall, and rubber stamp Fred Gegare ever let UPS out of the Central States Pension Fund, and why they organized UPS Freight into a company pension plan is still a mystery to me!
Follow the money and the mystery disappears.
I'm east coast what happened to obama pension reform I'm not TDU but voted against him for all the obama b.s. (mexican trucks,Hos) He care's nothing about us HOFFA SUCKS!
Since Ms.Pope has said what she would do.why can't other candidates do the same.if she knows that's not breaking news.nothing new there
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pos hoffa's idea of pension reform is to get the pbgc to take everything over and everyone gets a 1/3 of what they were or suppose to get. That way the pos can say the funds are secure and wash his dirty, grubby, stankin, filthy, friendly slap on the back to his ceo buddies hands of it!