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  2. Public employee pension plans in the United States - Wikipedia

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    In many states, public employee pension plans are known as Public Employee Retirement Systems (PERS). Pension benefits may or may not be changed after an employee is hired, depending on the state and plan, as well as hiring date, years of service, and grandfathering. Retirement age in the public sector is usually lower than in the private sector.

  3. Kentucky Public Pensions Authority - Wikipedia

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    SPRS is a single-employer, defined-benefit pension plan with Hazardous members. Each system covers regular full-time members employed by the participating agencies. Kentucky's public employee pension system has been ranked one of the most underfunded public pension systems in the country.

  4. Defined benefit pension plan - Wikipedia

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    Personal finance. Defined benefit (DB) pension plan is a type of pension plan in which an employer/sponsor promises a specified pension payment, lump-sum, or combination thereof on retirement that depends on an employee's earnings history, tenure of service and age, rather than depending directly on individual investment returns.

  5. What are pension plans? - AOL

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    Pension plans are a type of retirement plan where an employer commits to pay a set monthly amount to employees when they retire. The amount is usually based on the employee’s salary and years of ...

  6. Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System - Wikipedia

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    The Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) is an agency of the government of Oklahoma that manages the public pension system for majority of Oklahoma state employees. 74 Okla.Statutes §§901 et seq. The System provides pension benefits such as normal retirement, disability retirement, surviving spouse benefits and a death benefit.

  7. Did 401(k)s Replace Pension Plans? (& Which Is Better ... - AOL

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    A pension plan is a different kind of retirement savings plan in which a company sets money aside to give to future retirees. Over the past few decades, defined-contribution plans like the 401 (k ...

  8. Pros and cons of government 457(b) retirement plans - AOL

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    Like its better-known sibling — the 401(k) — a 457(b) retirement plan is a tax-advantaged way to save for retirement. But the 457(b) is designed especially for employees of state and local ...

  9. Pensions in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Those 65 and over have a median net worth of about $250,000 (shown), about a quarter of the group's average (not shown). [1] Pensions in the United States consist of the Social Security system, public employees retirement systems, as well as various private pension plans offered by employers, insurance companies, and unions.