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EXPLAINED: The nation’s retirement savings crisis, in two charts

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One look at the chart above says all you need to know about the costs of retirement for public workers in San Jose, California’s third-largest city: They are soaring.

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State's leading business group down on proposed pension bill

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The state's leading business group is firing a warning shot about new legislation that would require Connecticut companies not providing retirement benefits to direct employees toward a state-sponsored program.

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Oregon takes a step toward retirement security for all

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Oregon recently took a step forward in the movement to expand retirement savings for its workers. Oregon’s state legislature passed House Bill 3436, which creates a task force to explore options for helping private-sector workers who lack access to a workplace retirement plan save for retirement.

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Letter to the Editor: Secure Choice plan provides saving options

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If Stephen Butler understood the California Secure Choice plan, which expands retirement savings for California residents, he wouldn't oppose it ("Time to go public on flawed state pension plan," Opinion, March 17).

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A crucial step toward retirement security for the working class

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The state has launched a plan to enable low-wage earners to put aside 3% of their pay for retirement. But it's going to take more than two years to get it going.

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State Retirement Plans and Divorce

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Each state retirement system has its own rules relating to the division of state employees' pensions in divorce proceedings. Below is basic information on each state retirement system's rules.

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