PENSIONS Headlines

  • Pension system asks AG for clarity on pensions for lawmakers

    Mississippi's public pension system on Friday asked Attorney General Jim Hood to clarify his earlier opinion that retired public employees can collect their pensions while serving in the Legislature. The

    charlotteobserver
  • Pension system asks AG for clarity on pensions for lawmakers

    Mississippi's public pension system on Friday asked Attorney General Jim Hood to clarify his earlier opinion that retired public employees can collect their pensions while serving in the Legislature. The

    miamiherald
  • Pension system asks AG for clarity on pensions for lawmakers

    Mississippi's public pension system on Friday asked Attorney General Jim Hood to clarify his earlier opinion that retired public employees can collect their pensions while serving in the Legislature. The

    thenewstribune
  • Pension system asks AG for clarity on pensions for lawmakers

    Mississippi's pension system is asking Attorney General Jim Hood to clarify a ruling that retired public employees can collect their pensions while serving in the Legislature. The Public Employees' Retirement

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  • Why you might not qualify for the pension exclusion?

    You'll lose out on this benefit if you earn one dollar over the $100,000 limit. Q. My husband and I filed our 2017 state income last year. Our total gross income was $100,333. Our taxable income was $98,333. Our taxable income after property tax deductions was $89,131. Why didn't we qualify for the New Jersey pension exclusion? -- Still working A. You're among the unfortunate ones who missed that tax break by a hair. New Jersey allows seniors who are 62 or older to...

    www.nj.com
  • What you need to know about pensions in 2019

    Brexit looms over everyone's financial future, so we look at what might happen and how pension savers could be affected. And state pension age delays are now starting for men as well as women.

    Mail Online
  • California faces a pension showdown

    California and its public agencies are on the road to “fiscal oblivion” if pension benefits can’t be adjusted down.

    www.americanthinker.com
  • SSS hit over pension hike delay

    Party-list group Bayan Muna criticized the Social Security System (SSS) yesterday for its decision to defer the P1,000 additional pension increase that is supposed to be paid starting this year. by Jess Diaz

    philstar.com
  • City Of Fort Worth Pension Information

    The City of Fort Worth is currently exploring changes to its current pension system.

    City of Fort Worth, Texas
  • The Spin: Mayoral candidates on pension crisis answers

    We’re on Day 2 of mayoral forums here at the Tribune, and candidates are offering their ideas on solving the city’s pension crisis. Early voting in the city election is expected to begin Jan. 28, but only at one site in the Loop. Early voting sites in the 50 wards won’t open until Feb. 11, city

    www.chicagotribune.com
  • Czech pensioner jailed for terror attacks on trains

    The Czech 71-year-old felled trees to block railway lines and pretended Islamists were responsible.

    BBC News
  • Strike or no strike, pensions problematic for LA schools

    Strike or no strike, after a deal is ultimately reached on a contract for Los Angeles teachers, the school district will still be on a collision course with deficit spending because of pensions and other financial obligations. School systems across California are experiencing burdensome

    ABC News
  • DND welcomes increase in pension for war vets

    The defense department welcomed President Duterte’s approval of the increase in monthly pension from P5,000 to P20,000 of the already dwindling number of veterans of World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars. by Jaime Laude

    philstar.com
  • Strike or no strike, pensions problematic for LA schools

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Strike or no strike, after a deal is ultimately reached on a contract for Los Angeles teachers, the school district will still be on a collision course with deficit spending because

    WTOP
  • Strike or no strike, pensions problematic for LA schools

    Strike or no strike, after a deal is ultimately reached on a contract for Los Angeles teachers, the school district will still be on a collision course with deficit spending because of pensions and other financial obligations.

    thenewstribune
  • Financial agency disagrees with Bevin on pension ruling

    A major financial agency is disagreeing with Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin that Kentucky's credit rating will be hurt by a recent court ruling invalidating changes to the pension system. News

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  • Brazil's Bolsonaro signals weaker pension reform

    Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday called for minimum retirement ages significantly lower than those proposed by his predecessor, sparking concerns among investors that he will back watered down pension reform legislation.

    IN
  • Colombia to postpone pensions overhaul until next year: minister

    Colombia will not overhaul its pension system this year as the government needs time to analyze its impact before submitting the bill to Congress, the minister of labor said on Tuesday.

    U.S.
  • Mexico widens small pension program to all country's elderly

    Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has expanded nationwide a program that provides small pensions to Mexicans over age 68, an extension of an effort that he began in Mexico City while mayor of the capital in 2000. Lopez Obrador said Sunday that the elderly will receive 2,550

    ABC News
  • Kentucky legislature forms bipartisan pension working group

    Kentucky legislative leaders have appointed a bipartisan working group to examine the state's troubled public pension system. Kentucky has one of the worst funded public pension systems in the country.

    thenewstribune
  • Pension probe could see you pay thousands of pounds for nothing

    Pensioners face paying thousands of pounds for financial advisers’ recommendations to do nothing at all, as MPs launch an investigation into transfer advice in a fresh crackdown on pension freedoms.

    The Telegraph
  • How The Federal Reserve Quietly Bankrupted The US Pension System

    Submitted by Stephanie Pomboy of Macro Mavens Actions have consequences.  Even for the Fed. That’s not a reference to the market’s grumpy reaction to the central bank’s continued rate hikes and quantitative tightening.  No.  The impact of both on financial assets were as obvious as they were inexorable.  To be sure, Wall Street’s resident soothsayers had a good run spinning tales that ‘this time’ was different. A tightening Fed, we were assured, was a good thing—a ringing endorsement of the...

    Zero Hedge
  • Pulse first responder Omar Delgado granted pension

    A former Eatonville police officer who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after responding to the Pulse nightclub massacre was granted his pension on Thursday, his lawyer said. Omar Delgado will receive 42 percent of his $38,500 salary, said attorney Scott Behren. Delgado was among the

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  • Pensioner, 91, dies months after he confronted burglar in his home

    Louis Martin's family said the pensioner (pictured with step-daughter Tracey Liddicoat) went 'downhill' after confronting burglar Adam Wilkins in his flat in Hartlepool, County Durham.

    Mail Online