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Missouri pension funds ahead of national norms

Schweich placed 15 pension plans on an auditor’s “watch list ... Contribution rate: 78 percent. Kansas City Public School Retirement System. Members: 9,682. Funded ratio: 80 percent. Contribution rate: 68 percent. Missouri Department of Transportation ...

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News Tribune
September 30, 2014
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For some Fairfax public employees, retirement means collecting a nest egg — and returning to work

Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly calculated County Executive Edward L. Long Jr.’s years of service based on inaccurate information supplied by the county. Long joined Fairfax County in 1977, not 1989. Rather, he became the ...

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Washington Post
February 5, 2012
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Franklin County reels from loss of Chrysler jobs

FRANKLIN COUNTY • The wound left when Chrysler shuttered its plants in 2008 and 2009 hasn't healed in nearby Franklin County, where residents for years relied on those paychecks. The county has seen the sharpest rise in poverty in the metro region since ...

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch
January 3, 2012
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State flags Joplin pension fund as troubled

Joplin’s Police and Firemen’s Pension Fund, which board members and city officials have been working to prop up for seven years, has been identified by the state auditor as one of the state’s most financially troubled retirement plans. State Auditor ...

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Joplin Globe
September 30, 2014
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Are you ready for property tax and fee increases in your city? What's the alternative?

Last week, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman proposed an increase in the city's property tax levy and blamed it on the Legislature’s latest round of Local Government Aid cuts. Coleman also proposed fee increases, or what he called “non-property tax revenue ...

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MinnPost
August 21, 2011
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Some Texas counties traded Social Security for private investments

GALVESTON, Texas -- When county employees in Galveston learned 25 years ago that Social Security could be in trouble, they took a gamble on their retirement and opted out of the federal system. Ray Holbrook, a retired county judge who promoted the ...

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Southeast Missourian
March 28, 2005
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Bachmann, GOP Talk Social Security Revamp

WASHINGTON (AP) – Most of the top Republicans running for president are embracing plans to partially privatize Social Security, reviving a contentious issue that fizzled under President George W. Bush after Democrats relentlessly attacked it. As ...

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CBS Minnesota
September 17, 2011
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100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare

Click here to nominate a facility for Becker's Healthcare 100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare 2013. Becker's Hospital Review and Becker's ASC Review have announced their annual list of "100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare." The 2012 list was ...

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Becker's Hospital Review
April 5, 2012
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Cox looking for 1 more postseason with Braves

ATLANTA — Bobby Cox is still waiting for the one retirement gift he wants most of all — one last trip to the postseason. It's a gift that could keep him in the dugout a few weeks longer. "I'll have time to reflect on what has happened this year and ...

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Gainesville Times
September 30, 2010
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Social Security Alternative Already Working in Texas

(CNSNews.com) - The personal retirement plan sketched out in President Bush's State of the Union Address has been universally derided by Democrats as an unworkable privatization of the retirement program. "As we fix Social Security, we also have the ...

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CNS News
July 7, 2008
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OC union loses court bid to prevent county layoffs

A Superior Court judge this afternoon nixed a request by the Orange County Employees Association to temporarily halt the layoffs of nearly 200 social service workers. OCEA took the county to court in a bid to get a temporary restraining order halting the ...

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Orange County Register
August 21, 2013
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Ocean City Today

Ocean City Today is the newspaper for Ocean City, Md. and the Maryland beach resort area, including West Ocean City, Berlin and Ocean Pines, in Worcester County, Md. It is published every Friday from its offices in Ocean City.

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August 8, 2010
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Kansas City’s pension plans are on firmer footing, but they must get better

Four years ago, almost everyone at City Hall said it was going to be next to impossible to reform Kansas City’s four pension plans. The unions were too intractable and the politicians were too timid to make any real progress. Enter Mayor Mark Funkhouser ...

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The Kansas City Star
December 20, 2014
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U.S. Employment and Wage Growth Improving Faster Than Expectations

DES MOINES, Iowa--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- U.S. Government estimates on the state of the economy may be overly conservative in the area of wage growth, according to a new analysis from Principal Global Investors. Chief Global Economist Bob Baur and Economist ...

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Insurance News Net
January 26, 2015
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A second mass shooting avoided on Friday

It looks like there might be one bit of good news from yesterday, if such is even possible. Police in Oklahoma are indicating that there was a second mass shooting in a school planned there for the same day, but sharp police work thwarted it before it got ...

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HotAir
December 16, 2012
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Local principals retire from Carbondale schools

CARBONDALE — When school starts in August, it will start without two longtime Carbondale educators. Linda Flowers, principal of Thomas School, retired at the end of the school year after 34 years with Carbondale Elementary School District. Janet Ward ...

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The Southern
June 7, 2013
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Some school boards choosing to raise salaries before tackling class size

School boards across the Washington region have responded to plunging revenue in recent years by freezing wages, imposing furloughs or cutting summer school, pre-kindergarten or arts programs. But as their budgets begin to improve, boards face choices ...

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Washington Post
June 3, 2012
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ING U.S. Extends its Service Relationship with the County of San Bernardino Retirement Program

WINDSOR, Conn., Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ING U.S. announced today that its Retirement business has been retained as the service provider for the County of San Bernardino Defined Contribution Retirement Program. ING U.S.'s relationship with the County ...

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The Business Journal
November 4, 2012
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Ocean City Today

Ocean City Today is the newspaper for Ocean City, Md. and the Maryland beach resort area, including West Ocean City, Berlin and Ocean Pines, in Worcester County, Md.

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August 8, 2010
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An Application for the Trademark "NATIONWIDE FINANCIAL NETWORK" Has Been Filed by Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company

The serial number for this application is 78525635. The international trademark goods and services class code for this trademark application is 036. As submitted by the applicant, this trademark application relates to the following goods and services ...

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Insurance News Net
December 16, 2014
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A plan for pensions: What’s next for the state’s public employee retirement system?

With test scores up and the school finance lawsuit recently settled, Kansas' public school teachers have launched into a new and promising school year. Most of those teachers, however, have no idea their careers are at the center of a gathering storm in ...

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LJWORLD
September 9, 2006
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