That solid pension benefit? It may be subject to change

Len Boselovic
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
December 29, 2014

Some troubled pension plans now have the authority to drastically reduce the benefits of current and future retirees — something that hasn’t happened since Congress passed legislation protecting retirement benefits 40 years ago.

The power was included in the last-minute, $1.1 trillion budget compromise signed by President Barack Obama on Dec. 16.

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