Central States Teamsters Pension Fund?

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The Central States Pension Fund is a benefit fund that provides monthly payments to retired Teamsters, according to the contribution these retirees make. The contributions are made in monthly installments, which are generally taken out of their pay checks. To participant in the fund, an employer must meet the requirements and the Teamster member must work for the Union and the participant must continue to take part in the program for a period of at least five years.
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