In the Media
Illinois Pension Assistance Project Helps 68-Year-Old Woman Obtain… ›
PrWeb, March 27, 2013The Illinois Pension Assistance Project, run by the Pension Action Center at the University of Massachusetts Boston, offers free pension counseling to residents of Illinois.
Free help to find lost pensions ›
Berkshire Eagle, March 03, 2013The New England Pension Assistance Project, based at UMass Boston, continues to help employees recover money owed to them from lost pensions, with 6,000 clients and $41 million recovered since 1994.
Seriously Pro Bono ›
Bostonia Magazine, October 16, 2012This article highlights past work done by Mia Midenjak, currently a staff attorney at UMass Boston's Pension Action Center, while she was working for the center as a legal fellow.
How to find a lost pension ›
Reuters, August 10, 2012Many retirees lose track of pension money they are owed when companies merge, change names, or close down. But the New England Pension Assistance Project at UMass Boston has recovered $41 million for more than 6,000 people since 1994.
Illinois program will counsel residents about employer-sponsored retirement plans ›
BenefitsPro, July 10, 2012Article on the Pension Action Center of the Gerontology Institute at UMass Boston, which has recently expanded to serving retirees in Illinois who have questions about their traditional pensions, 401(k) plans, or other employer-sponsored retirement plans.
Pension Action Center Expands to Illinois ›
Aledo Times Record, July 09, 2012A community newspaper in Illinois featured a press release announcing the new Illinois Pension Assistance Project, part of UMass Boston's Pension Action Center.
Surprise, Retirees! Return the Benefits ›
Kiplinger, July 01, 2012Jeanne Medeiros, managing attorney for the New England Pension Assistance Project, is quoted in this article on "recoupment," in which a plan administrator orders a participant to return benefit amounts that he was accidentally overpaid.
The Pension Health Checkup ›
Wall Street Journal, February 25, 2012Article on how people nearing retirement can check on the status of their pensions mentions the Gerontology Institute’s Pension Action Center, which provides free pension help to New England residents.
Recovered pensions by Pension Action Center top $40 million ›
The Boston Globe, January 18, 2012Article on how the New England Pension Assistance Project, which is part of UMass Boston’s Pension Action Center, has recovered more than $40 million in pension income since the center opened in 1994.
Receive the help you need to get the pension you’ve earned ›
Boston Seniority Magazine, January 01, 2012On page 11, article on how the New England Pension Assistance Project, which is part of UMass Boston’s Pension Action Center, helped the daughter of a 78-year-old woman with limited English proficiency secure a survivor’s benefit for her mother under her late husband’s union pension plan.