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Willing to contribute toward my retirement and my retirement healthcare insurance, and I currently do, and have been contributing since Day 1.
What needs to change is that those who are currently voting on what educators will pay for while working and what they will receive at retirement should...
Noticed comments in Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, and Lansing State Journal by "Betty and Betty 25". She covered state employees having to forfeit their annual and sick leave payoffs in exchange for a supplemental to their pension better than I could ever do it. I copied the comment to...
I just checked out SB 1226 as modified by Substitute H-38 approved by the House and Senate on 9-23-10. I see an increase in factor from 1.5% to 1.6% for those already elgible to retire without penalty, and 1.55% for those with 80 years of age and service or just 30 years of service. For an employee earning...
An early retirement bill for state employees is really an early retirement bill for the State. The State of Michigan can't afford to keep staff compensated at rates and benefits that were the norm back when we had an auto industry. The bill as it now stands, as I understand it, adjusts the multiplier...
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