Oregon Retirees to Pay For PERS Error

Sorondo, Marc
October 2005
Investment Management Weekly;10/17/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 39, p2
Reports on overpayments made by the former retirement system board of the Oregon Public Employees' Retirement System to be repayed by retirees, as of October 2005. Retirees who will be affected by the error; Background on an implementation plan in collecting overpayments; Impact of the repayment decision on pension accounts.


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