Saturday, October 04, 2008

Retirement Funds

Well, as of FY2006 the NH Retirement System has one of the worst actuarial funding levels in the country. My wife's and my pensions are both there. Great.

8 comments:

Erin said...

How did Mass fare? Right now I have more hope in getting my pension than in Jay collecting Social Security...

Assistant Village Idiot said...

Follow the link and scroll down

jackscrow said...

Must be connected to the VERY HIGH I.Q.s in NH.

Must be.

ELC said...

Don't worry. The well-known organization that's only $9 trillion in debt will come to the fund's rescue by borrowing more money.

Gringo said...

A lot of us will be working to 70 and beyond,out of necessity.

Assistant Village Idiot said...

jackscrow - I'm sure we're using those extra IQ points somewhere good.

Actually, I'm not sure of that at all.

ELC said...

I learned yesterday that the well-known organization that's only $9 trillion in debt would probably not borrow the money to bail out the fund. It would probably just print more money.

feeblemind said...

Must be nice to have a pension to worry about. I will be working until I become incapacitated or die.