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Frequently Asked Questions about Sustainability Valuation


In January 2022, NCPERS published a white paper introducing a new tool on Sustainability Valuation. In this article, we break down the concept and provide responses to frequently asked questions. 
 

Vermont's Pension Task Force Issues Final Report

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Vermont’s Pension Benefits, Design, and Funding Task Force issued its final report on January 10, endorsing a package of recommendations and setting the stage for legislative action.
 
 

Pensions Deliver Benefits More Efficiently than 401(k)s, NIRS Study Finds


Defined benefit pensions continue to offer significant economic efficiencies that individual defined contribution accounts can’t replicate, a new analysis by the National Institute on Retirement Security has found.
 
 

What Does It Cost To Make Unfunded Liabilities Fiscally Sustainable?


A conversation between NCPERS executive director and counsel, Hank H. Kim, and NCPERS director of research, Michael Kahn, Ph.D. about NCPERS new research, Enhancing Sustainability of Public Pensions.
 
 

2022 Midterm Elections Infographic


In our modern political history midterm Congressional elections have not been kind to the parties of first-term presidents, and the seat swings in the House have been enormous in some years. 

View our easy to read infographic on the current state of the upcoming 2022 midterm elections. 

What Are the Benefits of Using Sustainability Valuation?



A conversation between NCPERS executive director and counsel, Hank H. Kim, and NCPERS director of research, Michael Kahn, Ph.D. about NCPERS new research, Enhancing Sustainability of Public Pensions.

 
 

Why Do We Use A 30-Year Time Horizon?


[A conversation between NCPERS executive director and counsel, Hank H. Kim, and NCPERS director of research, Michael Kahn, Ph.D. about NCPERS new research, Enhancing Sustainability of Public Pensions].


 
 

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