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Public employee retirees are living longer. That’s good news for retirees. But it is news that doesn’t come cheap for Manteca taxpayers. Manteca currently budgets over $1 million from various...
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2015/01/28 15:50
2015/01/28 15:50
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Illinois Secure Choice Savings Plan, once up and running, will require employers with 25 or more employees that don't maintain a retirement plan to enroll their employees in Roth IRAs. Employees...
2015/01/28 14:28
2015/01/28 14:28
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Hedge funds earned $1.5 trillion for their investors over the last ten years and more pension funds are increasing the amount of money they allocate to them, trade body Alternative Investment...
2015/01/26 10:04
2015/01/26 10:04
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... in 2014 despite being charged that year with felony counts of using $40,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses and filing false claims for $40,000 in travel reimbursements. He has...
2015/01/21 17:16
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... reallocation to fix the financial woes of the Social Security Disability Insurance trust fund, writes Lanhee J. Chen, director of Domestic Policy Studies in the Public Policy Program at...
2015/01/21 00:57
2015/01/21 00:57
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Pension legal costs need to be public Nels Johnson's article regarding legal costs to support the Marin County Employees' Retirement Association pension board highlights another taxpayer obligation...
2015/01/20 21:58
2015/01/20 21:58
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... Sacramento-area official to the 13-member panel who advocates restricting pay that counts toward pension payouts. Rob Feckner, who joined CalPERS board in 1999 and is its longest-serving member,...
2015/01/19 14:31
2015/01/19 14:31
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SACRAMENTO -- After tackling pension changes for public employees and teachers, Gov. Jerry Brown is now setting his sights on another big debt: retiree health care benefits. California faces an...
2015/01/15 02:53
2015/01/15 02:53
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A former state pension board member at the center of a long-running influence-peddling scandal that rocked state government committed suicide Tuesday, just weeks before the start of his federal trial...
2015/01/14 23:49
2015/01/14 23:49
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SACRAMENTO -- Amid concern over soaring retiree costs, the state's nearly $300-billion public pension fund issued an annual report that showed solid investment gains. The report released Tuesday by...
2015/01/14 11:09
2015/01/14 11:09
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Hiro Mizuno is an intriguing choice as the first CIO of Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF). His qualifications are not about to be questioned here, but rather what his appointment means...
2015/01/14 05:27
2015/01/14 05:27
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... before a group of rich donors in Boca Raton, Florida, in May, recently made public by Mother Jones, he said that the forty-seven per cent of Americans who pay no federal income...
2015/01/13 02:05
2015/01/13 02:05
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Greg Totten’s office outlining findings from a nearly two-year probe. The report on the general fund, which will be discussed at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, offers a preliminary glimpse...
2015/01/10 13:10
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... on the road to municipal solvency, along with a massive restructuring of labor union pensions, utility shut-offs, and loans from the state. But before the museum became a part of this...
2015/01/10 08:37
2015/01/10 08:37
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s budget, which bounced back after years of deficits, is now being squeezed by rising health care costs for the poor and for retired state workers. The mountain of...
2015/01/09 08:58
2015/01/09 08:58
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... in a similar position. With an unquestionable liberal record – most notably supporting public employee unions and tax-and-spend policies – only Brown can “go to China” to reform...
2015/01/04 09:02
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For “Outrageous Government Scam of 2014,” it’s hard to compete with the news of the supersized public employee pensions in California. If you haven't already heard: In 2013, an assistant fire chief in...
2015/01/04 05:21
2015/01/04 05:21
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States? After courting hog farmers in northwestern Iowa and charming Nancy Reagan in Southern California, will Republican Chris Christie finally jump into the 2016 contest and put his...
2015/01/01 05:58
2015/01/01 05:58
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So what’s in store for California state workers in 2015? Glad you asked. ▪ Unions representing scientists, building equipment engineers and state attorneys will soon return to contract talks with...
2014/12/31 02:19
2014/12/31 02:19
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... face, the policy doesn’t sound too unreasonable: that health-care workers stay out of the public for 21 days upon returning from these countries. But the policy adopted by the governors of...
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