It’s never too early to plan for retirement. The Annuity Fund was created to provide a source of income for retirement or for participants who become totally and permanently disabled. Participants in the Local 94 Annuity Fund have individual investment accounts funded by Contributing Employers.
Find out more about the Annuity Fund by clicking on the links below.
Track Your Investments at mylife.jhrps.com
Once you have an account established in the Annuity Fund, you can monitor your individual account and track your investments through mylife.jhrps.com. The site, operated by John Hancock Retirement Plan Services, the Annuity Fund’s administrative service provider, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There, you can select and change your investments, learn about the different investment options and get personalized investment advice.
Logging in to mylife.jhrps.com:
When you log on or call us for the first time, you’ll use your Social Security number to create your unique Personal Identification Number (PIN)/Password. You’ll use your PIN/Password to access your account in the future. You can establish your PIN/Password any one of three ways:
- Online: go to mylife.jhrps.com and click “Register now. Get started with your plan.” Be sure to create your User Profile and, if you’d like, provide an email address.
- Telephone: call 800.294.3575 (or 888.440.0022 for Spanish) and follow the prompts.
- Mobile: go to your iOS or Android app store and download the MyLifeNow mobile app, then follow the prompts.
Once your username and password are changed, you’re ready to take advantage of all mylife.jhrps.com has to offer.
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How do I name a beneficiary?
If you are married, your spouse is automatically your beneficiary. With your spouse’s consent, you may change your beneficiary. You can and should name a secondary and tertiary (third) beneficiary in the event your primary beneficiary predeceases you. Complete a form if naming anyone other than your legal spouse. Your spouse must also sign the form and it must be notarized.
If you are single, you should name a beneficiary by completing a form and submitting it to John Hancock Retirement Plan Services. If you are single and do not name a beneficiary(ies), your estate will receive your account in the event of your death.