Finance Friday: Scary Retiree Lessons from Stockton, CA

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments Finance Friday Scary Retiree Lessons from Stockton, CA. In June 2012, the city of Stockton, CA filed for bankruptcy. One result is that current retirees will see their pension plan payments reduced. Cutting current retiree benefits used to be unthinkable! But in today’s economy, government employers—just like private corporations—are struggling to pay the bills, including retiree pension payments. This uncertainty is a new risk faced by anyone who currently participates in a pension plan (or will in the future). But there is a straightforward way to deal with this risk. Watch to see how! Subscribe to my channel for a weekly video: Friend me on Facebook: Connect with me on LinkedIn: My blog: Maximizing Retirement Readiness Integrity Financial Planning Mike Wilson maximizing retirement readiness pension Stockton Retiree Benefits Government Risk Pension plan Defined benefit

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