South Central Pension Rights Project
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Cómo obtener ayuda
SCPRP provides assistance free of charge to anyone with a pension question or problem, regardless of age, income, or value of the claim. SCPRP's region is Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. SCPRP serves individuals who currently live or work in the region, or who lived or worked in the region while earning a pension; or if the company or pension plan is headquartered or has operations now in the region, or if it had operations in the region when the pension was earned. Assistance includes answering questions about complicated pension laws and how they affect your retirement; obtaining and explaining hard-to-find retirement plan publications, forms, and other documents; correcting pension miscalculations and claiming retirement benefits that have been denied; tracking down benefits from past employers; and providing referrals to lawyers, actuaries, and other pension professionals as appropriate. Types of pension plans include traditional, cash balance and other "hybrid" defined benefit plans; 401(k), 403(b), 457 and other defined contribution plans; money purchase and profit sharing plans; state and local government plans; federal civil service, military, railroad retirement, and other federal plans; and church plans.
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SCPRP serves individuals who currently live or work in the region, or who lived or worked in the region while earning a pension; or if the company or pension plan is headquartered or has operations now in the region, or if it had operations in the region when the pension was earned.
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Tipo de ayuda
|Este grupo proporciona los siguientes tipos de servicios basados en sus necesidades legales y sus recursos:
|Descripción de los Servicios
Full Representation in Administrative Claims & Appeals, Obtaining Plan Documents and other Non-Litigation Matters