Pre-1968 Retirement Account Benefits (RAB)
A Retirement Account Benefit (RAB) is a benefit based on qualified contributions credited to you before 1968. Qualified RAB contributions include all contributions before 1968 beginning with contributions made during the first year of five consecutive calendar years in which you had total Covered Earnings of at least $1,500. Your eligibility for a RAB does not affect your eligibility for a Regular or Disability Pension Benefit based on contributions made beginning in 1968. Click on the links below to find out if you are eligible for a RAB, how it is calculated and how it is paid.
For more information, click on the link that takes you to the Summary Plan Description.