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Legacy U.S. HP Retirement (Pension) Plans -- RP, DPSP, and CAPP.

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This page is one of the links on HPAA's Retirement Plan Menu -- which includes "How to investigate a retirement benefit plan" and "Lump-sum or pension?"

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The legacy U.S. HP retirement plans -- the RP, DPSP, and CAPP.

For details on the current HP retirement plans, including current postal addresses -- go to Current HP Retirement Plans

The key document for a US employee retirement or health plan is the legal Summary Plan Description (SPD). The current SPD takes precedence over any other written, online, or verbal information you may have been given -- but is still subject to change. The employer's plan administrator is required by law to provide the SPD upon request. Log into the plan administrator's website or call.  How to decode an SPD

HP DPSP: "Hewlett-Packard Company Deferred Profit Sharing Plan" A defined contribution plan.

- US payroll. Participant before Nov 1, 1993. Closed to new participants on Nov 1, 1993.

- EIN: 94-1081436 -- Plan number: 001. Abbreviated as: 94-1081436-001  ("EIN" = IRS Employer Identification Number.)

- HPAA's copy, which may be out of date: RP and DPSP SPD  (Jan 2008 version for reference.)

HP RP: "Hewlett-Packard Company Retirement Plan, a sub-plan of the Hewlett-Packard Company Pension Plan" A defined benefit plan.

- US payroll. Employed on or before Dec 31, 2002. Closed to new participants on Jan 1, 2003.

- EIN: 94-1081436 -- Plan number: 003. Abbreviated as: 94-1081436-003  ("EIN" = IRS Employer Identification Number.)

- HPAA's copy, which may be out of date: RP and DPSP SPD  (Jan 2008 version for reference.)

HP CAPP: "Hewlett-Packard Company Cash Account Pension Plan, a sub-plan of the Hewlett-Packard Company Pension Plan"  (Not to be confused with "TAXCAP" -- HP's original name for the company's 401(k) program.)  A defined benefit plan.

- US payroll. Hired or rehired by HP between Jan 1, 2003 and Dec 31, 2005. (DEC Pension Plan prior to Mar 1, 1996.) Closed to new participants on Jan 1, 2006.

- EIN: 94-1081436 -- Plan number: 003. Abbreviated as: 94-1081436-003  ("EIN" = IRS Employer Identification Number.)

- HPAA's copy, which may be out of date: CAPP SPD

Assume that any addresses given in an SPD are extinct. (Hanover Street, Pruneridge Ave, America Center Drive, Legacy Drive, etc.) Use the current corporate headquarters address instead: HP Inc headquarters  (Admin functions -- including HR, Benefits, and Payroll -- Energy Drive in Spring, TX. Legal headquarters -- Page Mill Road in Palo Alto, not Hanover Street as in old documents.)

Info on the continuing HP 401(k) plan -- which started in 1984: HP Retirement Plans  


See also: Retirement Plan Menu


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