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State pension plans 'unsustainable' without changes, researcher says

State pension plans 'unsustainable' without changes, researcher says

HELENA — Montana’s pension plans are on an “unsustainable course,” and current contribution policies will never pay off their combined $4.3 billion in shortfalls, a researcher from the Pew Center on the States told legislators Tuesday.

February 12, 2013 7:39 pm Related Loading…

Researcher: Montana public pension shortfalls total $9,700 per household

HELENA – Montana faces a troubling situation with its public-employee pensions, with shortfalls totaling $3.9 billion, or $9,700 per household, a senior researcher for the Pew Center on the States told a legislative committee Tuesday.

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