Leaders of SAG-AFTRA have taken their first official step since the March merger to combine the separate SAG and AFTRA health and retirement plans.
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Bruce Dow, longtime chief executive of the Screen Actors Guild Producers Pension and Health Plans, has announced that he will leave the post next week.
By Friday afternoon, the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists may disappear as separate entities -- and be replaced by a merged SAG-AFTRA.
Trustees of the AFTRA Health & Retirement Funds have entered into the debate over merging the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.
A pair of advisory motions approved Sunday at SAG's national membership meeting make it seem likely that plans to merge Hollywood's two biggest performer unions will face some significant opposition.
Driven by tough economic times and a drop in TV earnings, the Screen Actors Guild health and pension plans are tightening eligibility requirements and benefits, and have warned members that further…
In the latest sign of pressures on showbiz retirement plans, the Directors Guild of America pension plans have disclosed that they lost almost $600 million in value in 2008 and have tightened…
Citing major losses in its investments and lower employer contributions, the health and pension plans for the Screen Actors Guild are significantly reducing benefits and increasing premiums in…
Reacting to financial headaches for thesps, the SAG-producers pension and health plan has extended the deadline to Jan. 31 for payment of its first-ever health insurance premiums.
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