Contribution Remittance forms are mailed out monthly. If you have not received your reporting form, please call the Fund Office at (202) 362-1000, option #3 then option #3.
Reports should be submitted as soon after the first of the month as possible (i.e., the report covering December should be submitted during the first 10 days of January). For instructions on filling out the form or to get a blank form, click on the appropriate link below:
- Instructions for Reporting Employer Contributions
- Remittance Form with Report of Contributions
- Employer Report of Contributions
Our remittance processing is located in Boston, Massachusetts. Please forward all CPF Employer Remittance Forms to the following address:
Central Pension Fund
P.O. Box 418433
Boston, MA 02241-8433
Please note: The above address can only accept mail forwarded by the U.S. Postal Service. If you must forward your remittance forms through another mail service (such as FedEx or UPS), which we discourage, it cannot be sent to the above address, but must be sent to the following address instead:
Employers are required to submit contributions every month work is performed. If the Fund Office has not received reports and contributions for work performed during a particular period, the employer will be notified in writing and added to the delinquent account list.
If the employer has records showing that contributions for the period have been paid, they should forward a copy of each report, along with a copy of the front and back of the canceled check(s). This will help us verify receipt of the payments and remove the company from the delinquent account listing. If an employer did not have work performed for which contributions are due for any month, the employer is to advise the Fund Office in writing so we may update our records.
For questions about delinquencies, you may call (202) 362-1000 x204 or write to:
Central Pension Fund
Attn: Delinquency Control Clerk
4115 Chesapeake St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20016-4665
|Remittance Form with Report of Contributions
|These forms must be completed and returned with each monthly Report of Contributions.
|Instructions for Reporting Employer Contributions
|Instructions for preparing monthly remittances to the Central Pension Fund.
|National Pipe Line Report of Contributions and Instructions
|This is the form for Employers who are making pension contributions under the IUOE National Pipe Line Agreement. Please follow all instructions and note the differences between reporting based on gross wages versus hourly contribution rates.
|NTF & IAF Remittance Form with Report of Contributions
|These forms are for Employers making contributions to the National Training Fund (NTF) & Industry Advancement Fund (IAF) pursuant to the IUOE DCA Agreement.
|CPF Participating Agreement
|Return signed original to the Central Pension Fund. A copy should be retained for Employer and Local Union’s records. Relevant section(s) of the Bargaining Agreement must be attached.
|FASB Standard 715-80 Multiemployer Pension Plan Disclosure Information
|This is a disclosure of all employer’s participation in the Fund.
|Annual Funding Notice 2023
|This notice includes important funding information about your pension plan. It also provides a summary of federal rules governing multi-employer plans.
|Report of Summary Plan Information
|A summary of the CPF Pension Plan. This report is provided to participating Local Unions and contributing employers pursuant to Section 104(d) of ERISA.
|CPF Policy on Refund of Mistaken Employer Contributions
|This policy provides guidance to employers that have mistakenly made a contribution and are seeking a refund.
|CPF Policy on Working Owner Participation
|This policy provides guidance to owners who also participate in the pension plan.
|Non-Bargaining Unit Participation Policy
|This outlines the Central Pension Fund policy on non-barganing unit participants.
|This document describes the Two-Tier participation resolution.
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