Minnesota Fund Seeks Annual Benefit Caps

H. S.
March 2005
Investment Management Weekly;3/21/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p6
Reports on a proposal by the Minnesota Post Retirement Investment Fund to legislate annual benefit caps, as of March 2005. Estimated number of beneficiaries of the Post Fund; Reason of the Post Fund for proposing annual benefit caps; Background on the current formula for retirement benefit increases.


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