All posts tagged "pension"
Retirees applaud Senate vote on resolution against pension cuts
Group schedules demonstration against proposed reductions in debt adjustment plan
- Posted November 7, 2019
Swain’s World: GO Bondholders Want Level Field for Modest-Size Investors
We do not Want a Repeat of Cofina’s Debt Adjustment Plan, Investor who Requested Committee Says
- Posted April 11, 2019
Puerto Rico retirement system bondholders ask court to name them trustees
Want to recoup assets they say were illegally transferred to general fund
- Posted February 21, 2019
Court of Appeals validates Puerto Rico retirement system bondholders’ liens
Official Committee of Retired Employees to continue to seek alternatives
- Posted February 1, 2019
Questions hover over University of Puerto Rico pension
Even with increasing funding ratio, retirement board fears changes would render system insolvent
- Posted October 5, 2018
Puerto Rico gov’t discusses pension reimbursement plans with mayors
Official says town resources being identified to collect debts with central government
- Posted July 27, 2018
Pension crisis forces Puerto Rico retirees to rethink future
SAN JUAN – Juan Camacho thought he would visit Spain, take a university literature course and get to sleep in more when he retired after nearly four decades as a teacher. Instead, the 70-year-old is working as...
- Posted February 9, 2017
Catholic Church objects federal ruling on pension class-action lawsuit
SAN JUAN – The Superintendence of the Catholic Schools of the Archdioceses of San Juan objected Tuesday a recent federal court report that gave the green light to a class-action suit filed by Catholic school teachers who...
- Posted January 24, 2017
Nearly Half of Young Adults Lack Retirement Savings and Pension
NEW YORK — Young Americans with even just $1 saved for retirement are ahead of the pack. Forty-eight percent of all Americans aged 18 to 30 have zero in retirement savings and no access to a traditional...
- Posted October 14, 2016
Illinois Supreme Court Strikes Down Chicago Pensions Plan
Law was aimed at rescuing accounts that are short by roughly $8 billion
- Posted March 24, 2016