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(The following is a reprint of a pamphlet from the Pension Rights Center in Washington, D.C.)
10 important facts you should know:
"Your Pension Rights at Divorce" provides easy to understand information about six federally regulated retirement systems:
"Everyone going through divorce should read this invaluable book." -- Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder
"Dealing with my husband's pension divorce was like crawling into a dark hole -- I was truly illiterate on this subject and my lawyer wasn't much better. If I had this information before the divorce it might have prevented me from being financially devastated." -- Sharon Mondul, divorced wife, Illinois
"This is an important resource for both men and women who are coming out of a marriage. Establishing financial security is an essential step to building a life after divorce." -- Abigail Trafford, author of "Crazy Time: Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life"
"For women contemplating divorce, a 'highly focused and thorough discussion of pensions,' 'extremely valuable.'" -- The Washington Post
Author Anne E. Moss, a lawyer and nationally known expert on pension rights, was the Director of the Women's Pension Project at the Pension Rights Center. For nearly fifteen years, Ms. Moss has shared her expertise with the public in frequent radio and television appearances and in the popular press. She frequently testifies before Congress, provides technical assistance to women's organizations, and has played a critical role in bringing about reforms to strentghten women's rights to pension benefits. Ms. Moss has provided thousands of women with information about their pension rights. She wrote this book to answer the questions women most often ask at divorce. Ms. Moss is now in private practice in Washington, D.C.
The Pension Rights Center is a nonprofit public interest group organized in 1976 to educate the public about pension issues, protect and promote the pension interests of workers, retirees and their families, and develop solutions to the nation's retirement income problems.
Enclosed please find $_________ for _______ copies of
Your Pension Rights at Divorce. Each copy is $23.95
(includes postage and handling). D.C. residents add $1.38
per copy sales tax.
City: _______________________________ State: ____________
I would like to contribute to the Center's work to protect the pension interests of workers, retirees and their families. Contributions are tax deductible.
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Please make check or money order payable to the Pension Rights Center and mail to:
Pension Rights Center
918 16th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20006
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