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The Kline-Miller Application for Benefit Suspensions

The Kline-Miller Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014 (Kline-Miller) requires that any application for benefit reductions be reviewed by the Treasury Department, in consultation with the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) and the Department of Labor, to determine if it meets the requirements set by Congress.  If the application is approved, plan participants and beneficiaries will then have the right to vote on the proposed benefit reductions before they can occur.

Instructions:
Applications for a reduction of benefits will be accepted on or after June 19, 2015. The revenue procedure contains the application procedures for approval of proposed benefit reductions. Once you have completed your application, you may submit it below.  After it is submitted, the application will be reviewed to confirm that it is complete. If it is not complete, you will be notified and provided with an opportunity to complete the application.
 
 
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Attachments and Submission
You can attach up to 10 files with combined size less than 20 MB per submission. If you have additional files, please submit a new application and note in the comments that it is supplemental to the original.
 

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Having trouble with the form? Other questions about the application process? Email mprainfo@treasury.gov

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Last Updated: 6/18/2015 4:52 PM

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