Illinois’s Biggest Pension Cuts Investment Return Rate to 7%

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  • 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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