As a participant in the Massachusetts Laborers’ Annuity Fund, you can receive an Annuity Benefit that will provide you with a monthly income when you stop working at retirement age (normal retirement age is 65). This benefit is based on contributions made to your individual account in the Annuity Fund by your employer on your behalf. You are not required (or allowed) to contribute to the Fund.

The Trustees and the Fund’s professional investment consultants are responsible for investing employer contributions made on your behalf. The investment consultants assist the Trustees in developing an investment plan and investment professionals perform all investment transactions. The Trustees’ goal is to invest in safe and profitable investments; however, investment results cannot be guaranteed. This site contains important information about the Annuity Fund, how it works, forms and resources you’ll need, and a checklist of life events that can impact your benefit.

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Plan Information

Plan Name:  Massachusetts Laborers’ Annuity Fund

Federal ID #:  04-6553616

Plan Year:  January 1 – December 31

Plan Administrator:  Louis Mandarini, III


Joseph Bonfiglio, Chairman
Patrick Walsh
Frank Calabro
David Araujo
John Ferrante
Kane Cuddy
Garry Balboni
Carla Shattuck


1400 District Avenue, Suite 200
Mail to: PO Box 1501
Burlington, MA 01803

Telephone: (781) 272-1000 | (800) 342-3792
Fax: (781) 272-2226

Learning Center

Check here to see what types of changes qualify as a “life event” and how they may affect your benefit.

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Annuity Fund News

Check here to see the latest news from the Annuity Fund.

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Forms and Resources

Use this section to locate the required forms and resources associated with the Annuity Fund.

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Have a question? Check here first for the answer or contact the Fund Office for additional information.

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History of Returns

Check here to see the history of returns and past earnings letters for the Annuity Fund.

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