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3 hrs ago | MLive.com
Employees who retired under the program received an extra three years' credit toward their pensions and were paid a bonus of 1 percent of their salaries multiplied by their years worked for the city.
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7 hrs ago | New York Post
He got canned for being a thieving cop, and now a former NYPD detective - who still faces criminal charges in a $10 million burglary ring - says police brass ripped him off, using funny math to steal his pension.
12 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The cartoon snake, which Illinois Governor Pat Quinn used to symbolize retiree costs that are strangling the state's finances and undermining its credit rating, is now smothering Chicago.
16 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
When the city of Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in July 2013, America sucked in a collective gasp.
Here in the wealthy heart of Silicon Valley, the roads are pocked with potholes, the libraries are closed three days a week and a slew of city recreation centers have been handed over to nonprofit groups.
The Diocese of Rockville Center will redefine its retirement plans for certain workers and phase out its former pension plan, according to Newsday .
The head of the state's police unions today slammed Gov. Chris Christie over some $50 million in what he called "pension giveaways" to local municipalities.
Phoenix voters will likely be voting on reforms of the pension system for city employees, which includes actually phasing out the program, and replacing it with a 401 -style plan.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson's Pension Poacher Prevention Act passed the Legislature with strong bipartisan support on March 10. This measure addresses the growing problem of "pension poachers" who try to scam elderly veterans.
Ministers' pension contributions are being pushed up by hundreds of pounds a year to share the pain of the public sector.
Suzanne Revell has always tried to do the right thing with her pension. The 61-year-old knows she'll need every penny of the 55,000 she's managed to build up.
The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday proposed a rule requiring pension plan service providers to offer a guide to help employers navigate disclosures about fees and potential conflicts of interest.
The Oklahoma House has passed legislation to replace traditional public employee pension plans with a 401 -style retirement plan for many new state workers.
I read Rep. Jesse O'Hara's hit piece in the Tribune calling me an extremist. Once we adjourned the Legislature, Jesse sold his house in Great Falls and moved to Florida.
The federal Conservatives' unwillingness to work with the provinces to find ways to enhance the retirement security of Canadians has been a disappointment, says Ontario's premier.
That's the message from Premier Kathleen Wynne, who said Monday the province will go ahead with a plan for pension reform.