OrganizerHAWAII'S RETIREMENT CRISIS email@example.com
PresenterJohn Clark - Ed Motosue
Hawaii's largest pension plan lost 6% of it's value in a recent market correction. Honolulu Star Advertiser 13 Feb-Dave Segal. Honolulu (AP)- The shortfall in Hawaii's public employees' pension fund has grown to more than $12billion, meaning taxpayers could have to pay an additional $385 million a year to make up for the budget gap. Dallas-based actuary Gabriel Roeder Smith&Co. says without the increases, it would take the fund until 2082 to become whole.