IF YOU’RE RETIRED AND RETURN TO WORK, DID YOU NOTIFY THE FUND OFFICE? If you’re retired, receiving benefits and you return to work, you must inform the Trustees in writing within 30 days of starting work. Certain work after retirement is considered disqualifying and can result in a suspension of your pension benefits. Before you reach normal retirement age, your benefits will be suspended for any month you work in disqualifying employment. After you reach normal retirement age, your benefits will be suspended in any month in which you work at least 41 hours in disqualifying employment. For information on how returning to work affects your monthly pension benefit or your health and welfare eligibility, please call the Fund Office.