Retiree Info

Social Security Administration

The ssa.gov retirement planning website will help you develop an individualized plan that is best for your personal retirement plans.    

LiUNA Retiree Information 

The LIUNA National Retiree Council (NRC) is led by retired members from each of LIUNA’s nine regions. The NRC serves as a liaison to existing local Retiree Councils and affiliates. It also works to build coalitions with other organizations that support issues that are important to union retirees.

Medicare Part D Drug Coverage

Read about the 2 ways to get Medicare prescription drug coverage–either through adding a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D), or getting a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C) such as an HMO or PPO that offers Medicare prescription drug coverage.
See the links below for information you need as a retiree or as a member planning for retirement
© 2017 LFA Local 1261
**CLARIFICATION**  Regarding the previous letter that was mailed to all retirees about the annual payment to Mason Tenders District Council:  It has been clarified to us that the payment structure is as follows •If you retired prior to the age of 65, your annual benefits payment cost will always be $600 •If you were age 65 and over when you retired, your annual benefits payment cost will always be $300  This price is the same regardless of whether the benefits cover one person (the retiree) or the retiree and his/her spouse.  If our previous letter caused you to forward the wrong amount of money to Mason Tenders District Council, please make up the difference with a second payment, and feel free to call MTDC any time to inquire about your coverage: (212) 452-9700 and select option 2 for member benefits  When you call, identify yourself as a retiree of Local 1261 and have your Social Security number handy.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call or email the LFA office any time.  Again, our sincerest apologies for any misunderstanding as a result of our previous reminder letter.
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Retiree Info

Social Security

Administration

The ssa.gov retirement planning website will help you develop an individualized plan that is best for your personal retirement plans.    

LiUNA

Retiree Information 

The LIUNA National Retiree Council (NRC) is led by retired members from each of LIUNA’s nine regions. The NRC serves as a liaison to existing local Retiree Councils and affiliates. It also works to build coalitions with other organizations that support issues that are important to union retirees.

Medicare Part D Drug

Coverage

Read about the 2 ways to get Medicare prescription drug coverage–either through adding a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D), or getting a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C) such as an HMO or PPO that offers Medicare prescription drug coverage.
See the links below for information you need as a retiree or as a member planning for retirement
© 2017 LayFacultyAssociation 
**CLARIFICATION**  Regarding the previous letter that was mailed to all retirees about the annual payment to Mason Tenders District Council:  It has been clarified to us that the payment structure is as follows •If you retired prior to the age of 65, your annual benefits payment cost will always be $600 •If you were age 65 and over when you retired, your annual benefits payment cost will always be $300  This price is the same regardless of whether the benefits cover one person (the retiree) or the retiree and his/her spouse.  If our previous letter caused you to forward the wrong amount of money to Mason Tenders District Council, please make up the difference with a second payment, and feel free to call MTDC any time to inquire about your coverage: (212) 452-9700 and select option 2 for member benefits  When you call, identify yourself as a retiree of Local 1261 and have your Social Security number handy.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call or email the LFA office any time.  Again, our sincerest apologies for any misunderstanding as a result of our previous reminder letter.