Lawrence J. McQuillan | Thursday October 8, 2015 at 5:57 PM PDT | Comments Off on Actuary Hands Gift to Pension Reformers
The actuarial firm Cheiron recently projected the future yearly pension costs for San Jose’s police and firefighter pension plan. Cheiron wrote: In the worst scenarios, the City’s aggregate contribution rate can exceed 110 percent of payroll. In the best scenarios, the City’s Tier 1 rate can drop to 0 percent, leaving a relatively small...
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Peter Gordon | Friday June 8, 2012 at 2:23 PM PDT | 1 Comment
It seems that push has come to shove in some California cities. The Stockton City Council voted to give its City Manager the green light to file for bankruptcy—which could address the problem of that city’s debt, now thought to be in the range of $25-40 million. The City’s diminished income is not up...
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