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THE PUBLIC PENSION CRISIS may be worse than we think: Regular readers of this blog know that a pe…

THE PUBLIC PENSION CRISIS may be worse than we think: Regular readers of this blog know that a pension meteor is headed for state and local governments, and that deceptive accounting practices obscure the likely scope of the destruction. The biggest source of confusion has to do with rates of return: Most pension funds assume […]
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