Comments on: Pension wallflowers at the Chesapeake dance http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2012/06/06/pension-wallflowers-at-the-chesapeake-dance/ Where Wall St. and Main St. intersect Fri, 22 Nov 2013 23:06:16 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: emie0429 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2012/06/06/pension-wallflowers-at-the-chesapeake-dance/comment-page-1/#comment-114 Wed, 27 Jun 2012 06:31:29 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/?p=676#comment-114 General Motors’ plan to cut their pension liability by an estimated 26 billion dollars was announced on June 1. The plan will offer some salaried U.S. retirees a lump-sum payment. Other retirees will be offered a monthly pension payment. Seeking the advice of a qualified financial advisor is recommended in order to ensure a full understanding of initial eligibility and long-term consequences before making this choice. The deadline for the decision is set for July 20, 2012. More information on the General Motors (NYSE:GM) Pension Buyout plan may be found at http://www.gmpensionbuyout.info, including a free white paper.

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By: jennygoren http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2012/06/06/pension-wallflowers-at-the-chesapeake-dance/comment-page-1/#comment-113 Tue, 26 Jun 2012 10:38:59 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/?p=676#comment-113 General Motors has taken a cue from Ford Motor Company in its decision to also limit their company’s pension plan liability. On June 1, GM announced a plan that will affect approximately 42,000 salaried employees and surviving beneficiaries, reducing GM’s pension liability by 26 billion dollars. The website http://gmpensionbuyout.info/?page_id=28 offers additional information that can assist the pensioner and their qualified financial planner in deciding which option is right for them. The plan includes options for a lump-sum distribution or continued pension payment as currently being provided, and has a deadline of July 20, 2012.

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By: mick_sarker http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2012/06/06/pension-wallflowers-at-the-chesapeake-dance/comment-page-1/#comment-106 Tue, 12 Jun 2012 20:19:57 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/?p=676#comment-106 On June 1, General Motors announced a plan to reduce its pension liability by an expected 26 Billion dollars. The GM plan provides select U.S. salaried retirees a lump-
sum payment offer and other retirees with a continued monthly pension payment. This will be a complex decision-making process and the advice of a qualified financial advisor is suggested. For a free white paper and information on the General Motors (NYSE:GM)Pension Buyout visit http://www.gm-pension-buyout.com The decision deadline has been set for July 20, 2012.

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By: slicerpro http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/2012/06/06/pension-wallflowers-at-the-chesapeake-dance/comment-page-1/#comment-105 Fri, 08 Jun 2012 00:11:26 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/unstructuredfinance/?p=676#comment-105 Aubrey and his appointed board and director friends all need to be replaced. They all are very corrupt and hide many things under the table, and run Chesapeake as though it were a private company to benefit themselves. Aubrey and some of his board buddies have many conflicts of interest. I can’t help believe that Aubrey’s interest in the Arcadia tree farm with Total Enviroment/Ty Hartwig isn’t a conflict of interest as well. Total performs landscaping and landscaping services to Chesapeake properties, but yet Aubrey is Ty’s partner on the tree farms that sells trees and plants to Chesapeake properties???
That is so wrong!!!!!!!

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