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Pensions Timebomb In America – "Global Crisis” Cometh

Pensions Timebomb - Pensions "Are Going To Be A National Crisis" - America’s underfunded pension system is “not a distant concern but a system already in crisis ”... - Tax may explode as governments seek to bail out insolvent pension plans - Illinois, California, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Kentucky and eight other states vulnerable - The simple mathematical mismatch at the heart of the pension crisis.
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