Illinois’s Biggest Pension Cuts Investment Return Rate to 7%By
Pension board votes after actuary report recommends change
Change will force state to pour more money into fund
Illinois’s largest public pension reduced its forecast for how much it expects to earn from its investments each year, a step that will likely force the state to boost its annual contributions to the cash-strapped retirement plan.
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