Report: Nearly 22% of Pa.’s municipal pension plans are in distress | Tuesday Morning Coffee
'It is our obligation to make sure these pension plans are in good enough shape' for retirees, Auditor General Tim DeFoor said.
Pa. bills would boost benefits for retired teachers, state employees | Thursday Morning Coffee
Retired teachers and state employees have not received a cost-of-living adjustment to their pensions in more than 20 years.
Senate Dems push pension hike for retired teachers, state employees | Wednesday Morning Coffee
Teachers and state employees have not received a cost-of-living adjustment to their pensions in more than 20 years.
Feds drop probe of Pa. teachers’ pension fund property purchases
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Philadelphia confirmed that an investigation of property purchases by PSERS is closed and the fund's chairperson said no civil or criminal charges are expected.
Pennsylvania lawmakers look to pull public funds from Russia amid war in Ukraine
The exact impact of each move will vary, from $1.1 million in Russian-made vodka to potentially billions in retirement funds. But each dollar will count.