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Re: IBM Retiree No Longer Eligible for Watson Scholarship!

Ralph. I agree with you. Point wll made!!! ... ============= In regards to the referenced comments dealing with a change that excludes children from retirees
dtravick@...
2:02 PM
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25485

Re: IBM Retiree No Longer Eligible for Watson Scholarship!

Search for email addresses for media relations at: IBM Orgs they sponsor BIG time, like Tennis and Golf. Executive email carpet-bomb emails get a LOT
dog_ate_my_server
Sep 2
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25484

Re: IBM Retiree No Longer Eligible for Watson Scholarship!

In regards to the referenced comments dealing with a change that excludes children from retirees from the Watson Scholarship: someone wrote “don’t
Ralph H Ross
Sep 2
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Re: IBM Retiree No Longer Eligible for Watson Scholarship!

The fact children of retirees are excluded is terrible and I agree a deliberate kick in the teeth by the younger crowd that has control in the boardrooms. I
Ralph H Ross
Sep 2
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Re: IBM Retiree No Longer Eligible for Watson Scholarship!

Does anyone have any idea how this decision might be appealed? Yes, don't bother. It will be a waste of your time. I suppose they figure that by the time you
Tony
Sep 2
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25481

IBM Retiree No Longer Eligible for Watson Scholarship!

My son is a high school senior and we have been preparing him to apply for the Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship. Throughout my history with IBM, children
dougdavies_2001
Sep 1
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25480

Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

Retiree medical benefits are not vested, and the law has never required a trust fund to fund them. As has been said many times before, IBM can completely drop
madinpok
Sep 1
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25479

Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

I think that you might have meant to say "Did we allow our politicians NOT to pass a law?" Is this true? Did we allow our politicians to pass such law? 
Just Puttin'
Sep 1
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25478

Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

<<There is no IBM trust fund for medical benefits. IBM simply pays the cost out of operating income.>> Is this true? Did we allow our politicians to pass
bk2006pc
Sep 1
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Medicare Part B premium increases for some in 2016, if soc. security

There are several news stories explaining how a zero cost of living adjustment for Social Security recipients in 2016 (due to low inflation) would cause
yafooligan
Aug 31
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25476

Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

There are links here to many things available to retired IBMers. IBM AfterIBM - Issues and news for IBM retirees - main home page
lefutrell
Aug 31
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25475

Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

Here’s a site for benefits after IBM: http://www-03.ibm.com/employment/us/benefits/afteribm/ maybe this will help... Here’s a site for benefits after
Ralph H Ross
Aug 31
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Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

You can find discounts for retired IBMers through this web page. http://www2.beneplace.com/ibmer http://www2.beneplace.com/ibmer ... I "graduated" from IBM
madinpok
Aug 31
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Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

I "graduated" from IBM with the class of 2009.  with 10 years of service they gave me a path to retirement. Now "retired" With a small 401K and an even
Michael Van der Gaag
Aug 31
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Re: A $61B medical benefits trust is a surprising success

I have to admit to being quite naïve when it came to IBM Health Benefits. I was hired in 1974 and I recall IBM HR saying if you retire with IBM you get a
Ralph H Ross
Aug 31
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