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HP Retirement Plans

Advice and reference information from members of the HP Alumni Association

We have a copy of the "HP Retirement Plan and HP Deferred Profit Sharing Plan Summary Plan Description" dated January 2008: RP and DPSP Plan Description  For reference only -- may not be the latest version. Contact the HP Retirement Services Center at Fidelity for a current official copy. Interpreting this 43-page legal document requires expertise in retirement plan law.

Join the HPAA Finance Forum  Ongoing discussions of US personal finance issues from an ex-HP perspective. (Discussions of HP-administered benefits -- such as annual enrollment, COBRA, troubleshooting retiree health coverage.)

Check for an old vested EDS pension if you haven't already done so -- HP Retirement Services Center

See also: HP-administered benefits -- annual enrollment, COBRA, troubleshooting retiree health coverage.

For more mutual help on these topics and many others, join the HP Alumni Association. You are eligible to join the HP Alumni Association if you were formerly a regular, direct employee of Hewlett-Packard, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, or HP Inc. or have a defined retirement or termination date.  Thanks to the HPAA's Supporting Members, there is no charge to join.

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