Public Plans - General

Funding Pensions and Retiree Health Care for Public Employees

This is a report by the Public Employee Post-Employment Benefits Commission in January of 2008 about how to best fund post-employment benefits for our state's workforce.


Economic Downturn Spurs Efforts to Address Costs and Sustainability 3/12

U.S. Government Accountability Office found that despite the recent economic downturn, most large state and local government pension plans have assets sufficient to cover benefit payments to retirees for a decade or more. However, pension plans still face challenges over the long term due to the gap between assets and liabilities.


Recommended Reading 10/31/14

“The Challenges of Pension Reform” by Tony Oliviera covers the historical basis and evolution of California public pension plans. Aimed at people involved in pension decision-making, the paper addresses contains a good background discussion of retirement and pensions and then discusses the current issues and potential alternatives. Although written before AB 340, the paper is still relevant today.



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