Gov. Matt Bevin and top GOP lawmakers last week unveiled a proposal that would shift most public employees and school teachers hired after next July 1 into defined-contribution retirement plans, like private sector 401(k) accounts, rather than traditional pensions.
Gov. Matt Bevin and top GOP lawmakers last week unveiled a proposal that would shift most public employees and school teachers hired after next July 1 into defined-contribution retirement plans, like private sector 401(k) accounts, rather than traditional pensions. Michael Reaves
Gov. Matt Bevin and top GOP lawmakers last week unveiled a proposal that would shift most public employees and school teachers hired after next July 1 into defined-contribution retirement plans, like private sector 401(k) accounts, rather than traditional pensions. Michael Reaves