Join the groups that fit your situation:
If you received a
"Potential Private Retirement Benefit Information"
notice from Social Security, it is usually based on outdated
information -- as indicated by the "Year Reported" date on
the form included in the body of the notice. Here's how to
Benefits: (All benefits -- including health and
Agilent Service Center -- toll-free 1-877-989-2727
(operated by Fidelity.)
Time to untangle your stock! With any employer, no one but you
really cares about your employment-related stock. You may have stock in
up to seven HP-related companies. It may not all be held in the same
place. With each spinoff, the cost basis for your shares changed. Many
find stray accounts -- or need to retrieve stock or dividends turned
over to a state as "unclaimed." You could pay taxes twice on the same
income. Your heirs may not find it all. An HP Alumni team developed a
step-by-step process to
find it, protect it, and help you avoid double taxation. Go to
Comments about this page to:
- The company's official stock FAQ:
- HPAA member advice on the company's stock:
Retirees and Former Employees of which company? If
you left the Hewlett-Packard Company before the Agilent
spinoff and had worked in the HP businesses that became
Agilent -- instrument, medical, analytical, component, etc.
-- you are classified as a former employee or retiree of Agilent.
(Likewise, after the Keysight spinoff from Agilent, those who had
worked in the HP or Agilent instrument business became retirees of Keysight.)
Contacting Agilent. Links to pages on the company
- The "Contact
Us" page has a link for "General Suggestions and
Feedback" emails -- and gives the postal address for the
company's worldwide headquarters.
- The "Leadership" page gives the names of senior executives
-- including the CEO, head of Human Resources, and the chief
legal officer (General Counsel.)
- The "Contact
Us" page has a search directory of local company
* The informal "Agilent Alumni Forum" on Yahoo is operated by former
Agilent employees, not by the HPAA. The group is not officially endorsed
or supported by Agilent or HP.
The Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association is operated by former employees
who volunteer their time. Not officially endorsed or supported by any
about the HPAA
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