Top 10 Articles Requested by AT&T Employees in 2019

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1. Understanding the Modified Rule of 75 — AT&T Retiree Benefits

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An abundance of people “retire” from AT&T, but are you aware, that doesn’t necessarily make you an official “retiree” under the classification of benefits?  Will these dental, medical and life insurance benefits be competitive to those you received while you were an active employee… Read more here

2. If you were Surplussed at AT&T and short of 75 Points

Many Managers should use the AT&T surplus bridging and re hire rules before hiring me, a Recruiter, when surplussed from AT&T. Why? Because you may find it better to stay at AT&T and bridge your Mod-75 before completely severing your relationship from AT&T… Read more here

3. AT&T Mod-75 and Health Care Benefits (ATO Management Voluntary Offer-MVO)

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Question: What are the provisions for retiree health care associated with the MVO(2018 ATO-MVO)? Answer: The MVO incorporates the ability to participate in the Management Transition Program. This program allows individuals that are within two years of satisfying the Modified Rule of 75 to select a reduced cash severance benefit and in return, receive post-employment health benefit eligibility, as if they were a Mod-75 on the day their employment terminates… Read more here

4. 7 Items to Consider Before Leaving AT&T

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Losing your job is a grandiose moment. Your mind is racing and you simply just don’t know how to operate. Loss of a job, especially for those with over 20 years of service,  affects the same receptors in the brain as loss of a loved one… Read more here

5. Must Know Information about AT&T Retiree Benefits

Inaugurating in 2015, qualified AT&T Medicare retirees paired with their Medicare- eligible dependents have been able to enroll in health care through the Aon Retiree Health Exchange (Exchange). The Exchange gives its participants access to a varying selection of insured… Read more here

6. 401(k), Social Security, Pension — How to Maximize your options for Life after AT&T

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I am aware many of you are at a significant cross-road in life….. either voluntarily or involuntarily, may be leaving AT&T. There are several options that you may come across, along with a list of questions you may have when that time comes… Read more here

7. Steps to Consider After You’re Off AT&T’s Payroll

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Your 60-day surplus period is winding down, you have rolled off the payroll, and you still haven’t found a job. Your mind is scrambling with items to consider — new job, retirement, pension, 401K, start a business, whatever.  Here’s are a few… Read more here

8. AT&T’s John Stankey: “No place is safe” in 2020

AT&T’s chief operating officer John Stankey said the Dallas-based company is “set up for a good year next year” but will take a hard look at expenses and find ways to cut costs. At an investor conference Tuesday morning, Stankey said AT&T will decrease labor costs in the year ahead but… Read more here

9. Jim Cramer endorses Elliott Management’s stake in AT&T

Jim Cramer goes all in on this heating activist debate at AT&T. He also explains why he endorses Elliott Management’s stake in AT&T… Click here to watch video

10. AT&T Retiree Health Reimbursement Account & Healthcare coverage through AON Retiree Health Exchange

Retirement is complicated and with your head spinning in several directions, it is hard to grasp on to something. One thing you want to consider is your… Read more here

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