Legal Conditions and Terms of Use

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The information on this site is provided "AS IS." You may use the content to learn about the benefits and services of the ILPF. However, the ILPF does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained on the site, and the ILPF expressly disclaims liability for errors or omissions in these materials, and disclaims all warranties express or implied, including an implied warranty of merchantability. Further, to the extent there is a conflict between information provided on this site and the actual language of the Trust Indenture which governs the operation of the Fund, the written language of the Trust Indenture shall control. The Fund's Trust Indenture and Summary Plan Description are available upon request from the Fund office.  In no event will the ILPF be liable for any damages whatsoever arising out of the use, inability to use, or the results of use of this site, any websites linked to this site, or the materials or information contained at any or all such sites. The ILPF makes no commitment to update the information contained in this site. The ILPF may provide links to other sites, but is not responsible for the content or the availability of these sites. The ILPF does not regularly review materials posted on the linked sites, nor does it endorse the materials appearing at such sites. Any use of the links provided to other sites shall be at the sole risk of the user. Nothing contained in this site constitutes investment advice.

The users of this website may submit personal information to the ILPF electronically where indicated. The ILPF is unable to ensure that the data submitted electronically will not be intercepted by third parties, regardless of whether the user selects a web browser with security features. All submission of personal information shall be at the user's own risk, and the ILPF shall not be liable for any damages therefore, including consequential damages.

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Harold Moore

Local 285M
Washington, DC

“I plan on working until I’m eligible for full retirement benefits. I think the ILPF provides really excellent benefits. My contribution is taken directly out of my paycheck. I don’t have to think about it, so it’s easy to save for retirement. Belonging to the ILPF gives me a great sense of security. 

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James Klug

Local 577 M
Cedarburg, WI

“It’s a rare fund and my retirement would be poor without it. I can’t think of any other fund that you get every penny you put in. When I retired, I had paid in a total of $88,000 over 39 years. If I live 25 years past my retirement age, the fund will provide a little under a million dollars in pension payments. I got what I paid in a couple of years and the rest is pure profit.

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Norma Balentine

Local 577M
Milwaukee, WI

“None of my previous jobs offered a defined benefit pension plan.  We’ve seen how the benefits provided by plans based on stocks, such as 401(k)s, can erode as the stock market plummets.   The ILPF is a gift that very few workers have – a lifelong benefit.

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Christopher Yatchak

Local 577M
Germantown, WI

“Today’s workers fear that they might run out of retirement savings before they die. It’s important to compare how defined benefit and defined contribution pension funds work and know what you should expect. How do you make your savings last the rest of your life?

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Teamsters Local 299



New Boston, MI

“We felt like we needed to take control of our retirement. That’s why we voted to join the ILPF. The Fund is run exclusively by and for Teamsters. It was set up decades ago and has provided generations of union members with secure retirements.

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John Greco

Local 14M
Philadelphia, PA

"The ILPF is a good investment. I’ve been working at my present job for 39 years, but the employer plan will provide me with less than $800 a month when I retire. Contrast that with the payment I’ll receive from the Fund. Even by age 63, before I plan to retire, I’ll have already earned more than twice as much a month.

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