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An Actuarial and Economic Analysis of State and Local Government Pension Plans
PAD-80-1: Published: Feb 26, 1980. Publicly Released: Feb 26, 1980.
A study of future economic problems is being directed by the Joint Economic Committee. The goal of the study is to obtain more accurate estimates of future outlays from pension plans and the potential effect of these outlays on the Nation's economic resources. The main focus of the study was projecting the cost to State and local government pension plans of future benefit payout. To place benefit...
Study of the Funding of State and Local Government Retirement Systems
110489: Sep 27, 1979
A study of the funding of public employee pension systems maintained by state and local governments covered 72 pension plans administered by 8 state and 26 local governments. The states selected included different parts of the nation and different approaches to pension funding. The review was directed toward a broad spectrum of pension activity to determine the potential financial impact of pensio...
Review of RCA Retirement Benefits Questioned by Terminated Employee
PSAD-78-116: Published: May 26, 1978. Publicly Released: May 26, 1978.
A terminated employee questioned the manner in which the RCA Corporation administered and implemented its employees' retirement plan. Aaron alleged that RCA committed fraud by pocketing Government-reimbursed employer contributions to the retirement fund and that employees were not receiving applicable benefits under the company's retirement plan. The employee, who worked on Government contracts du...
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation's Proposal to Increase Premium Rate for the Single Employer Basic Benefits Insurance Program
HRD-78-2: Published: Oct 6, 1977. Publicly Released: Oct 6, 1977.
Review of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation's (PBGC) proposed premium rate increase for participants of a defined benefit pension plan under the single employer basic benefits insurance program indicated that the present $1.00 per plan participant per year premium is not adequate to fully fund the program. Although PBGC took into consideration numerous factors and made assumptions which cou...
The Investment Decisionmaking Process In Two Georgia Public Employee Retirement Plans
HRD-77-21: Published: Nov 30, 1976. Publicly Released: Nov 30, 1976.
The second in a series of seven case studies was performed of the Employees' Retirement System of Georgia and the Atlanta General Employees' Pension Plan. The Georgia plan is the second largest of five employee-administered state retirement plans with about 48,300 members and assets of about $355 million. The Atlanta plan is the largest of three plans for city employees with about 14,400 members a...