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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.
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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.
Mayor Chuck Reed's public pension-change initiative is all but dead for this election cycle, but the court fight over its wording is alive.
British pension providers will do more to ensure customers get the best deal when they retire by providing advice and helping them shop around for annuities, the insurance industry's trade body pledged on Monday.
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Naperville joined the growing number of municipalities where part-time elected officials opted out of participating in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
Double-digit annual returns for most U.S. public pension systems over the past two years have done little to shrink the yawning deficits facing many of them after a decade of inadequate funding, according to analysts and recent data.
When the city of Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in July 2013, America sucked in a collective gasp.
Boeing's expenses in the last year reportedly came in at $3.45 billion, the third most among U.S. corporations, Bloomberg News says.
In his latest annual letter, Warren Buffett writes about local and state financial problems accelerating "in large part because public entities promised pensions they couldn't afford."
Two years after California leaders approved widespread pension changes, Sacramento County is struggling to persuade its workers to pay higher retirement contributions, one of the signature elements of the state overhaul.
California police officers and firefighters are being scapegoated for the financial challenges facing some California communities -- so much so that pension reformers are embracing a proposed ballot measure advanced by San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed that would completely eliminate our vested retirement benefit rights and invalidate existing contracts ... (more)
March 07, 2014 - PEI is teaming up with Ontario to help develop a viable, responsible plan to improve retirement income security so people can retire more comfortably.
After years of trying to tackle pension reform in Jacksonville, none of City Hall's leaders want to still be agonizing about it in 2015.
The Chicago Sun Times reports Wayne Watson's new contract reduces his annual salary from $250,008 to $146,363.