Controversial 2017 contribution of $3.5 billion in company shares to the retirement program apparently was divested, long before the current share-tanking mess.
Retirement systems will struggle with meeting their required contribution targets, Pew report says.
Under a new proposal, 6% in new contributions would be made by the country’s employers to sustain retired citizens above the poverty line.
Increased contributions and stress tests are key to Hawaii’s financial health.
Study finds public pensions added $137.3 billion to state and local coffers in 2016.