PRC In the News
02/20/18|Albany Times Union

Editorial: A retirement plan for all

THE ISSUE: A revised plan offers a chance for most private-sector workers to build retirement savings.

PRC In the News
02/20/18|Columbus Dispatch

Will new congressional panel safeguard retirees’ pensions?

Butch Lewis was one year into retirement when he received a letter that might have marked the beginning of the end of his life.

PRC In the News
02/20/18|The Repository

Congressional committee to tackle pension reform

The bipartisan budget deal the U.S. Senate reached Wednesday also will create a bipartisan joint House and Senate Committee aimed at solving a pension crisis that is endangering more than 60,000 Ohioans and 1.5 million workers and retirees across the country.

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02/20/18|The Republic Monitor

Age Spots: Looking for money in the right places

Many times at Aging Matters we get calls from people who need help finding a pension they believe they should be getting, but can’t seem to find any information for.

PRC In the News
02/20/18|Talk Media News

Blue-Collar workers cheer Senate Democrats’ pension plan

House and Senate Democrats were cheered by more than 70 union members on Wednesday after unveiling a bill to keep worker pensions funded.

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02/20/18|CNS News

Schumer: Democrats Want to Shore Up Pensions for Union Workers in Year-End Spending Bill

“Democrats are fighting for a pension solution in the year-end spending bill,” Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said on Tuesday.

PRC In the News
02/20/18|Financial Advisor

DOL Issues Final Rule Delaying Best-Interest Measures For Retirement Plans

Today, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule delaying the applicability of the full protections of the conflict of interest fiduciary rule by a full year and a half, from January 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019.