View Your Personal Benefit Information
The participant portal allows authorized users to access their personal benefit information. You can review work history, obtain eligibility information, medical claims, pension statements and more. Pension recipients can view benefit payments and obtain copies of their tax forms. To access your information, you will need to register for an account and login.
Online Change of Address
You can also change your mailing address with the Automotive Industries Trust Funds within the participant portal. It’s safe, secure, and fast!
Employee Assistance Program
The Automotive Industries Trust Funds partners with Uprise Health to provide an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and a Legal/Financial Program (LFP). These resources can help you resolve personal problems in the early stages.
Within our EAP, Uprise Health offers a support service and referral program for eligible participants. It is designed to help you and your family with personal issues. Customer Care professionals will help you find the right resources and services including counseling, legal representation, and financial expertise.
The services provided under the EAP & LFP program are 100% confidential and are no cost to you and your dependents.
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The Automotive Industries Pension Plan currently has approximately 2,000 participants who are entitled to receive a pension payment under the Plan but have not made application for their money. If you know someone who worked in the industry, is over age 65, and is not receiving a pension payment from the Trust Fund, they could be missing out a monthly payment from the Plan. Have them contact the Trust Fund Office or they can register on this website to see if they have a pension record on file.
Pension Benefit Recipients
Benefit recipients may view, download, and print their Form 1099-R tax documents through the Participant Portal.
The Federal Tax Withholding Form W-4P has been changed by the IRS effective January 1, 2023, due to the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The IRS Form W4-P is used to determine the amount of federal income tax withholding on monthly pension benefits from this plan.
Pension recipients are not required to do anything. However, you may want to consult with your tax advisor about your withholding and if needed, complete an updated W-4P form.
Your decision on withholding is an important one. The Trust Fund Office cannot provide tax advice. Your tax advisor is your best source for tax guidance.
This notice clarifies important changes in COVID-19 related benefits & Administrative deadlines resulting from the end of the National Emergency & Public Health Emergency which ended on May 11, 2023.