Public Employees’ Retirement System
HELENA—A Helena district judge on Friday halted, for now, a planned cut in the annual cost-of-living raises paid to thousands of retired educators.
HELENA — The state’s nine pension funds posted a 13.04 percent net gain overall for the year ending June 30 and increased their total market value by more than $757 million.
HELENA — From bison to abortion, from school funding to public-employee pensions, the 2013 Montana Legislature tackled a host of meaty and expensive issues during its 87-day session that ended on Wednesday.
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.