Archive January 2021
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Connecticut Secure Choice Update
Private-sector workers in Connecticut could have access to a state-sponsored retirement savings program by the middle of 2021, culminating nearly four years of planning that was punctuated by several setbacks.
Public Pension Legislation on Backburner in 2020 and 2021
Last week, NCPERS hosted our semi-annual webcast on state and federal legislation impacting public pensions. Our regular contributors, Bridget Early, executive director of the National Public Pension Coalition (NPPC) and Anthony Roda, partner at the lobbying firm Williams & Jensen, joined executive director Hank Kim for a review of 2020 public pension legislation and a discussion on what we should expect and monitor for 2021.
NIRS Study Delves Into Pension Funding Strategies as States Work to Keep Funds Flowing
The NIRS report, Beyond the ARC: Innovative Funding Strategies from the Public Sector, highlights case studies from California, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Montana, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.