The United Church of Canada provides a Defined Benefit Pension Plan for all employees who work more than 14 hours a week. Join us for this 90-minute program to learn about how the plan works, what it costs, what it provides, and how you can customize it to meet your needs. In this program we'll describe
- what a "defined benefit plan" is
- how costs and benefits are determined
- other ways you might plan for retirement, including personal savings, government benefits, and coordination with other pension or benefits plans you may have access to
- options to consider as you prepare to retire.
Who Should Attend
All members of the plan will find this information useful, but we particularly recommend it for
- people who are new to the plan (those who are recently hired)
- members or their family members who are in the midst of a significant life change (birth, marriage, divorce, death, job change)
- people who are planning for retirement
- members of Ministry & Personnel Committees or congregational boards/councils
- church treasurers
Shenagh Rosa, Manager for Pension Compliance and Communication
To register, visit United in Learning.