Connecticut’s Pension Funding Crisis

Posted on October 25, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Again, Connecticut has the dubious honor of being one of the “top” states in a not-so-flattering category.  According to a recent study, our pension fund is slated to be completely exhausted of funds by 2019.  To see the full article, please click the link below.

http://finance.yahoo.com/tech-ticker/11-state-pension-funds-that-may-run-of-out-money-535516.html?tickers=%5Edji,%5Etnx,%5Egspc,spy,dia

-Paula A. Hiltz, Controller, Smith Brothers Insurance, Inc.

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[…] California, Ohio, and New Jersey. But we are far from off the hook – if you check out an earlier blog post, Connecticut is slated to completely run out of funds by 2019. This […]


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