At our company, employees (as well as the employer) contribute to the pension plan. Am I required to contribute that which I would have contributed if I had been continuously employed? Is there a deadline for making up missed contributions?
Yes to both questions. If you want to be treated as continuously employed during your period of service, you must make up the contributions you would have made if you had been continuously employed. After reemployment, you must make up the missed contributions within the period that amounts to three times your period of service, but not more than five years.
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