Reaching — and being financially prepared for — retirement has always been part of the American dream. Then the recession hit, taking with it the savings of many headed toward those so-called golden years.
Investments shriveled up. Stocks plummeted. Pensions lost ground. Managers in both the public and private sector were left to… more »
ATLANTA—While Georgia outperforms its peers in avoiding one-time maneuvers to close budget gaps, it fails to make the grade in budget forecasting or in adequately funding post-employment benefits for public workers, according to a study conducted by the Volcker Alliance in partnership with the Center for State and Local Finance (CSLF) at Georgia State University.
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