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My mother worked for Jordan Marsh for over 5 years, where or whom would i contact to find out if she is eligible to receive any monies, she is now 86 years old.

Your best bet would be to contact their human resource department and see if she is eligible for a pension plan. However, if she only worked there five years and has not been receiving a benefit, I believe the chances of this to be slim.

If The company has been bought out or sold, try contacting either the Department of Labor or the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation

Hope this helps, and best of luck to you.


Tony DePasquale

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Pension plan questions, investment management services, plan fiduciary services, profit sharing, defined benefit planning, defined contribution planning, 401(k), 403(b), IRA rollover, plan consulting services, plan structure and plan design consulting.


I have over 10 years experience regarding pension plan management including; investment fiduciary services, plan structure and design, plan administration, employee education, Uniform Prudent Investors Act (UPIA) services, overall plan management consulting, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) law and Department of Labor (DOL) law.

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BA Economic History, University of Nevada Las Vegas Independent Pension Fiduciary ERISA 3(38) Investment Fiduciary ERISA 3(21) Fiduciary

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