Central States Pension Fund Warns of Insolvency

June 1, 2010: The Teamsters union’s Central States pension fund faces insolvency within 10 to 15 years unless Congress acts to stabilize the fund, its executive director said this week.

Responsibility for benefits paid to employees of failed companies should be transferred to the federal Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., Thomas C. Nyhan told a Senate committee.

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