- Retirement systems seek cost-of-living adjustment Updated: Dec-09-13 12:23 pm
- Pratt & Whitney machinists approve new contract Updated: Dec-08-13 3:25 pm
- Study: Okla. workers have low pay, good benefits Updated: Dec-06-13 6:43 pm
- Rupert Murdoch, wife reach divorce deal in NYC Updated: Nov-20-13 7:14 pm
- Leveraging time: Retirement saving for millennials Updated: Nov-20-13 6:12 pm
- Miss. prepaid college tuition plan future unclear Updated: Nov-20-13 5:35 pm
- Fund drive to help pay for 6-year-old's funeral Updated: Nov-17-13 2:44 pm
- Bethel Filipinos reach out to families in typhoon Updated: Nov-15-13 6:11 pm
- Who has the time to choose a mutual fund? Updated: Nov-14-13 11:54 am
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - For the first time in at least five years, retired teachers, state workers and school system employees could see an increase in their pension checks.
WALLINGFORD, Connecticut - Machinist union members who work at jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney narrowly approved a new three-year contract Sunday, signing off on a deal that includes 2.5 percent pay raises each year and a $2,000 ratification bonus.
OKLAHOMA CITY - State workers in Oklahoma are paid less than their counterparts both in other states and the private sector, but their health and retirement benefits are more generous, according to a state-commissioned study released Friday.
NEW YORK - Media baron Rupert Murdoch and his soon-to-be-ex-wife said they were parting with "mutual respect" Wednesday after telling a judge they had reached a divorce deal.
When it comes to saving for retirement, time can be our biggest ally, or worst enemy. For workers in their 20s, it's often both.
JACKSON, Mississippi - It's still not clear whether Mississippi's prepaid college tuition plan will reopen for additional enrollments, or when that might happen.
VICKSBURG, Mississippi - The family of a six-year-old who was shot to death last week in Vicksburg is seeking help with funeral costs.
BETHEL, Alaska - Members of Bethel's small Filipino population are reaching out to their families back home following the deadly typhoon that left scores of people dead.
NEW YORK - It may seem primitive to some, but not so long ago most investors figured out for themselves how much of their 401(k) retirement plan to put into stocks or bonds. Now, more are letting a target-date mutual fund take care of that, particularly younger workers.