Category: PG&E

7 Items to Consider Before Leaving PG&E

Retiring or worse, 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. You have been connected with PG&E

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Will PG&E be the Next Corporation to Freeze its Pension?

Corporations in almost every industry are in the process of trying to cut costs to help deal with the economic downturn brought on by the Coronavirus.  The pandemic has taken a toll on the entire economy and companies need to take drastic measures in order to stay afloat. AT&T, for example, has expressed a goal

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Need Cash? Consider 401k In-Service Withdrawals & Borrowing

As a recruiter, I see clients who also need access to funds BEFORE they find their next job and these are a few ideas. Lets first discuss the details of what is called “In- Service Withdrawal”. In-Service Withdrawals General Rules: You may withdraw amounts from your account while still employed by an employer under the

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PG&E: Have you looked at your 401(k) Plan recently?

As a recruiter, I inform my PG&E clients it is important that you take the time to review your 401(k) plan and make any changes that fit your needs. Lets discuss some important concepts you need to know for reviewing your 401(k) plan. When is the last time you reviewed your 401(k) plan account or

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Read the TRG Retirement Guide for PG&E Employees

As a recruiter it is my job to put my clients in the best position possible for them to succeed. Most of the time this simply means finding a company with an employment opportunity that fits their needs. However, my clients often ask me about other factors, like their 401(k), pension plan, benefits package and

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Analyzing the Timing for Your Unemployment Benefits From PG&E

Despite what most folks think, you do not have to file for unemployment benefits immediately after getting laid off.  While many people certainly need the money and cushion, others may have more flexibility in when they can claim their benefits. If you’re a part of the latter, it would be wise to weigh your options

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Helpful Information for PG&E Retirees

As a resource for those who have retired from PG&E, this page provides information to help guide you through life after working.  From pensions to 401(k) handling and everything in between. Many of you have asked me for insights, information or help with an abundance of varying topics. Simply put, the purpose here is to

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