Post Profile






Kentucky lawmakers get expensive ask for pension system

Kentucky taxpayers need to pay nearly $1 billion extra over the next two years to keep solvent a retirement plan for most state workers. The Kentucky Employees Retirement System board … Click to Continue »
read more

share

Related Posts


Bill would let some officials re-enroll in pension system

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

New Jersey lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow a handful of public officials to re-enroll in the pension system after being kicked off when elected to a new … Click to Continue »

Hundreds rally for pensions as lawmakers seek changes

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

Hundreds of public workers have rallied at the Kentucky Capitol in opposition to a proposed bill that would eventually close the state's pension system in favor of a 401(k)-style retirement … Click to Continue »

Vacancies limit $34 billion retirement system board

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has allowed so many vacancies on the board overseeing the nearly $35 billion retirement pension fund covering the majority of state, city and county workers that … Click to Continue »

Pension plan for teachers would cost taxpayers $4.4 billion

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

An analysis of Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's plan to overhaul the retirement system for public school teachers shows it would cost taxpayers an extra $4.4 billion over the next 20 … Click to Continue »

Kentucky needs $700 million more per year for pension debt

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

Independent consultants say Kentucky taxpayers need to spend an extra $700 million each year to keep their troubled public pension systems afloat. That's on top of the nearly $2 billion … Click to Continue »

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC