ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) -- The ripple effect from Eastman Kodak Co.'s bankruptcy reorganization extends in many directions: Employees brace again for layoffs, retirees fret over health care coverage, and the photography icon's biggest creditors and stakeholders - from movie studios and big-box retailers to CEO Antonio Perez - are preparing... more »
Colorado lawmakers are getting an update on the health of the state employee retirement plan.
The legislature cut benefits this year to keep the plan from going broke. Under the new law retirees got no cost of living increase this year instead of the normal 3.5 percent increase.
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Military retirees and their spouses have the opportunity to get answers about physical therapy, dental care, Tricare and other medical issues at the 2010 Front Range Military Retiree Appreciation Day. It will be held at the Air Force Academy July 24, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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The couple was swept away by floodwaters while driving to dinner, part of the routine they cherished in retirement. Another retired couple died on the way to church, while a third pair were found in their inundated home. After decades of marriage, the three husbands and three wives died within... more »
A bill, that would cut the cost of living increases to retirees, has passed the house and senate. Now it awaits the governor's signature to become law. A local group of retirees says if he signs it, they'll sue the state.
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A plan to keep the state's pension system from going bankrupt is set to get its first hearing at the Capitol. Senate President Brandon Shaffer and Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry are backing the bill and expect it to pass its first vote in the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday.... more »
The Social Security Administration says there will be no cost of living increase next year for more than 50 million Social Security recipients, the first year without a raise since automatic adjustments were adopted in 1975. Blame falling consumer prices. By law, the cost of living adjustments are pegged to... more »