News on State Retirements…
“CONCORD – Legislative negotiators failed to settle on precise changes that will make public employees work longer and contribute more to their pensions but agreed on a starting date Monday.
House and Senate leaders working to reform the $6 billion New Hampshire Retirement System decided higher employee contributions, once endorsed, will begin July 1. “
Another Article is from the Concord Monitor
“Public employees will likely have at least four months to review the Legislature’s reforms to the state’s retirement system before deciding whether to retire, according to an agreement reached by House and Senate members during a committee of conference yesterday.
Facing each other from opposite tables, members of both houses sat down to hammer out the difference between their two bills as the Republican-led Legislature seeks to reform the state’s retirement system.”