We answer your top questions about survivor pensions after retirement, an often misunderstood provision of the Plan.
The annual Retired Member Opinion Survey will be conducted later this year. Watch your mail for your invitation to participate.
“50 facts for 50 years” is a series of My Pension NewsLink articles that follow the Plan’s ongoing advancements through interesting tidbits from 1967 to today.
The world has changed a lot in the last 50 years, and so has the CAAT Pension Plan. Here are five more facts about the Plan’s changes over the last 50 years.
You may have heard that the Ontario Government is involved in a public discussion about the appropriate accounting treatment of pension plan surplus on the Ontario Government’s books. An expert panel has been formed to deliver advice and recommendations on the appropriate application of the accounting standards used by the Ontario Government for its balance sheet. The primary focus to date has been those pension plans of which the Ontario Government is a sponsor.
The CAAT Pension Plan has offered early retirement provisions since the beginning, in order to give members greater flexibility to retire at the time that best suits them. So whether you’re retiring early because you want to or need to, your pension will be there.
The year 1967 is when the CAAT Pension Plan was established. The first five facts in our “50 Facts” series compare Plan members of 1967 to those of today.
We’ve come a long way since … 1967 when the Plan had 2,703 active members, made up of only full-time employees of Ontario’s 24 new colleges.
Every member of the CAAT Pension Plan has a unique, six-digit identification number called their Member ID.