News Clips for November 27, 2018
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Report: State Pension Liabilities Now Exceed $1 Trillion
U.S. states' collective net pension liabilities surpassed $1 trillion for the first time in fiscal 2017. That's up nearly 11 percent from $892 billion for fiscal 2016, according to Fitch Ratings' 2018 State Pension Update.
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Treasurer Proposes Steps to Strengthen Teachers' Retirement Fund
Connecticut can shore up its underfunded Teachers' Retirement Fund with a $3 billion infusion form state lottery revenues and other assets, Treasurer Denise Nappier told the Pension Sustainability Commission Nov. 16.
State's unfunded liabilities crisis has a silver lining
Soaring public pension and health benefit costs will be slamming Hawaii's county governments in coming years, forcing them to consider cutting important government services or increasing taxes - neither of which are attractive options.
Public Employees Retirement System shows nearly an 8% net return on investments
IPERS CEO Donna Mueller says the report shows the pension system had $32.3 billion in assets on June 30, 2018.
Maryland could finally stabilize pensions. It just needs foresight - and leadership.
THE RICHEST state in the union, as measured by household per capita income, Maryland has no shortage of resources with which to fund its state government.