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New ARCRA Pension and Annuity Forum Provides Answers to Retiree Questions and Concerns

04/24/2019 3:32 PM | Anonymous

The recent articles in the ARCRA eNewsletter about Red Cross pension and annuities have generated a lot of questions from members.  And, because this is such a hot topic we have created an interactive Forum - you send in the questions and ARCRA provides the answer or hunts down the expert to get the answer.  Both the question and answer will be posted on the Forum for you to review..  The Forum also provides a searchable resource for future use.

Members just log into the ARCRA website, click on the Forum navigation at the top of the page, and scroll down to the Pension and Annuity Forum.  

Click here to get to the Forum page.  After you log into the site you will automatically go to the Forum page.  If you have never logged into the website, use this link to get to the website, click on "Forgot password" and follow the prompts to reset your password. When you have reset the password you will be taken to the Forum page.

And, while you are checking out the Pension and Annuity Forum, if you have a question about pensions and annuities, please post it on the site and we will post your answer within a few days.

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