Central Laborers' Pension Welfare & Annuity Funds
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Central Laborers' Welfare Fund Member Access Registration

Central Laborers' Welfare Fund Member Access Portal Guide

Central Laborers' Welfare Fund Online Open Enrollment Guide

Central Laborers' Welfare Fund Open Enrollment 2021 Information

Central Laborers' Welfare Fund Open Enrollment 2022 Information

Affordable Care Act - Participant Notice of Coverage Options

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24/7 Access to Member Information


May 15, 2020

Plan Year 2019

Pension Statements

(Oct 2018 - Sep 2019)


April 24, 2020

CLPF Annual Funding Notice for Calendar 2019 and 2020 Zone Notice


February 14, 2020

Illinois Laborer Magazine

(Fall/Winter 2019 edition)


January 24, 2020

Annuity Statements

(Apr 2019 - Sep 2019)


January 22, 2020

2019 Tax Forms


August 9, 2019

Illinois Laborer Magazine

(Spring 2019 edition)


July 3, 2019

Annuity Statements

(Oct 2018 - Mar 2019)


May 10, 2019

Plan Year 2018

Pension Statements

(Oct 2017 - Sep 2018)


April 24, 2019

CLPF Annual Funding Notice for Calendar 2018 and 2019 Zone Notice


January 22, 2019

2018 Tax Forms


January 18, 2019

Annuity Statements

(Apr 2018 - Sep 2018)


October 26, 2018

Illinois Laborer Magazine

(Fall 2018 edition)


August 14, 2018

Illinois Laborer Magazine

(Spring/Summer 2018 edition)


July 31, 2018

Pension Summary of Material Modification (SMM) to Deferred Vested Participants


July 6, 2018

Annuity Statements

(Oct 2017 - Mar 2018)


April 25, 2018

CLPF Annual Funding Notice for Calendar 2017 and 2018 Zone Notice


April 18, 2018

Plan Year 2017

Pension Statements

(Oct 2016 - Sep 2017)


February 2, 2018

Annuity Statements

(Apr 2017 - Sep 2017)


January 24, 2018

2017 Tax Forms



Central Laborers’ Welfare Fund (Fund) will not be mailing individual 1095-B forms for the 2020 tax year. However, a copy of the 1095-B form will be provided to Fund participants upon receipt of a written request. All 1095-B copy requests can be submitted electronically by emailing claims@central-laborers.com or a written request can be mailed to Central Laborers’ Welfare Fund, PO Box 1267, Jacksonville, IL 62651-1267.

Please note, the Fund staff will respond to all 1095-B copy requests within 30-days of receipt of that request. Also note, copies of any 1095-B forms will only be mailed to Fund participants using the address the Fund has on file.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please call the Fund at 1-800-252-6571.


COVID-19 Information

New memberXG Portal

Central Laborers’ is pleased to announce the new memberXG portal. The memberXG portal allows you to keep up to date on your Pension and Annuity benefits. In order to use the memberXG portal you will need to create a new account. Please note that your old NETime UserID and Password will not work. Creating a new memberXG account is easy and will take less than 5 minutes. All you will need is a valid email address. To begin creating a new memberXG account, click on the memberXG logo then click on “Create Account”. memberXG will walk you through the rest of the process.

For those members that would like step-by-step instructions, please
click here .


To access Open Enrollment, please make sure you have registered for an account on the Member Access Portal.  PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS NOT YOUR NETIME BENEFIT ACCOUNT AND WILL REQUIRE A SEPARATE REGISTRATION.



Central Laborers’ wants to keep you informed. The best way to ensure you will receive timely updates about your benefits is to maintain accurate contact information. 


To confirm your address, birth date & phone number on file at the Fund Office, login to your memberXG account or call the Fund Office to confirm the contact information Central Laborers’ has on file for you.


What if I don’t have a memberXG account? Take the time to set up your account today. Just click on the memberXG logo and then on "Create Account". Follow the on-screen instructions and once you have created your account, please login and confirm the accuracy of the information on file.


If you have recently moved and you have not provided your new address to Central Laborers, please download the ADDRESS CHANGE FORM, complete the document with your old and new information and mail it to Central Laborers’ today.

CLPF Funding Improvement Plan (revised as of November 6, 2017)

In the year 2021, the Central Laborers' Pension Fund has provided 56 years of commitment to active and retired laborers. The Pension Fund was established in 1965 to help provide financial security to laborers (LIUNA) during retirement. During 1966, a total of six hundred dollars was paid to five pensioners. In 1982 the Fund had 1,675 pensioners and beneficiaries and paid $1.9 million in annual benefit payments, and the Fund currently has more than 7,500 pensioners and beneficiaries receiving approximately $117 million each year in benefits.

The Pension Fund is a Taft-Hartley Trust Fund managed by eight Labor and eight Management Trustees who have an equal vote and serve without fees or compensation. The Trustees work together to build a secure future for you and your family. The Trustees also maintain a conservative investment strategy, diversifying investments so as not to expose assets to unnecessary risks. The Pension Plan is financed entirely by employer contributions negotiated through the collective bargaining process and investment income.

In 1981 the Pension Trustees established the Central Laborers' Annuity Fund, which is similar to a wage savings plan. The Annuity Fund is designed to provide a supplement to participants' pension benefits and to help assure a comfortable retirement. Thirty-nine years after inception, the Fund has over 17,900 participants. Participant accounts currently total over $208 million.

The Annuity Plan is financed entirely by employer contributions negotiated through the collective bargaining process and investment income. Contributions made to the Fund by your employers (and interest earnings from your account) are not taxable to you as income until you withdraw the monies.

The Trustees' investment goals for the Annuity Plan are to ensure the growth of the participants' account balances through conservative money management. This philosophy allows for the purchase of securities providing the highest level of safety.

For a yield and return history, click here.

The Central Laborers' Welfare Fund was established in March of 1966  and currently has 12 participating local unions. Since its initiation, it has been the Trustees' goal to provide quality health insurance benefits with the contribution income available, while maintaining adequate reserves. The millions of dollars which have been paid in behalf of insured participants and their dependents over the years, combined with excellent benefits that the plan offers you and your family toward the high cost of sickness and disability, is testimony that the Trustees have succeeded in their goal.

All eligible participants in the Central Laborers' Welfare Fund are given an opportunity, annually, to choose a medical plan that provides the best coverage for them and their families. The annual offering includes a Comprehensive Major Medical Plan or a point of service (POS) plan.

Regardless of the medical plan chosen, active participants will receive benefits which include:

  • Life Insurance

  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance

  • Loss of Time

  • Dental Care

  • Vision Care

  • Hearing Care

  • Prescription Drug Program



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