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Website updated Aug 3, 2021.

If leaving or recently left: ASAP Checklist. Continually-updated member advice on what to do before losing access to company systems -- and in the following few weeks.

If you have shares of DXC spinoff Perspecta from the breakup of HP: PRSP was bought by privately-held Federal IT contractor Peraton. $29.35 per share in cash has been paid to Perspecta shareholders. HPAA's Employee Stock Guide

Join. If you were formerly a regular, direct employee of HP, HPInc, or HPE -- or are in the process of leaving. Available services include U.S. Benefits, U.S. Finance, and TechTalk forums, U.S. Job Posts, Memorials, News. Membership is also open to heirs with HP-related stock and to spouses, partners, and dependents who are receiving company benefits. Operated by volunteers. Not officially endorsed or supported by any company. No charge to join, thanks to HPAA members. Guide to HPAA services   Join the HP Alumni Association  

HPAA members: We have moved to the Google Groups system. (The Yahoo Groups system has been shut down.)  Move your HPAA subscriptions   Change to single daily emails   Change subscriptions

Transitioning to Medicare. HPAA's Medicare Decoder (Whether or not receiving benefits from HP/HPInc or HPE.) If transitioning to Medicare soon, you have a lot of homework to do!

COBRA health benefits continuation -- including premium assistance under the American Rescue Plan. COBRA discussion and links

Stock. No one but you really cares about your employment-related stock. You may have had stock in up to seven HP-related companies. Your stock may not all be in the same place or be registered to your current postal address. You may need to retrieve lost stock, dividends, or cash payouts, find stray accounts, or estimate your cost basis. An HPAlumniteam has developed a step-by-step process to find and protect your stock. HPAA's Employee Stock Guide

Make sure that every company you ever worked for has your current postal address. Even if not classified by the company as a "Retiree" or if long gone -- in case of class-action settlements or other issues. Update address at former company

"Potential Private Retirement Benefit" letter from Social Security. The key word is "potential." It reports the most recent transaction in a benefit plan that you were once enrolled in. If both "Type" and "Frequency" are coded "A" -- it means that during the "Year Reported" you rolled the money into a different plan, or  bought an annuity, or took the cash. For details, or if coded otherwise, see Potential Benefit Letter.

Facebook. There are many independent company alumni social groups on Facebook -- reliving the good times, reconnecting with people you worked with, and memorializing those who have passed. Leading examples -- and how to find Facebook groups that match your career experience: Facebook groups for HP, successors, and predecessors

Major topics:  Contacts    Health Coverage    HP Way    Job/Career    LinkedIn    Medicare    Payroll    Pension    Social Security    Stock    Verify Employment

For those who worked at:  Agilent    Autonomy    Compaq    Digital    DXC    EDS    Keysight    Micro Focus    Perspecta    Tandem    Other Acquisitions and Spinoffs 

About the Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association  Helping each other with life after HP. Questions or comments to: info@hpalumni.org

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