Tag: Pew

July 15, 2019

Kentucky: A Historical Look at Public Pensions

Over the last decade, Kentucky lawmakers have passed or attempted to pass all different types of pension legislation. Here at NPPC, we wanted to provide some historical context as to how Kentucky’s public pension systems ended up in their current …

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June 26, 2019

America Has a Retirement Crisis

Today’s blog post is written by Andrew Collier, NPPC’s Communications Director. According to a recent National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS) report,  more than 75 percent of Americans are worried about their ability to attain and sustain financial security in …

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June 19, 2019

Cash Balance Plans Could Make a Comeback

As state legislative sessions wind down across the country, some lawmakers are looking toward next year to introduce disastrous pension legislation. We here at NPPC think this is a good time to re-post a blog written by our former Program …

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May 8, 2019

Pew Misleads States by Pushing Cash Balance Plans

At the end of this month, Pew Charitable Trusts plans on unveiling a new report that highlights the aspects of the best funded pension plans. Today’s blog post is a reminder to readers of Pew Charitable Trusts’s track record when …

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