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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. Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:30 am Hawaii News Now. You may be wondering what is happening to your pension and what your options are. While this is certainly an alarming situation, you do have options.
Financial Benefit Insurance of Honolulu can guide you through your specific pension concerns and provide an appropriate solution that fits your needs, priorities, and goals.
We know you are worried-we are here to give you peace of mind and provide the strategies that can help preserve the retirement you have worked hard to earn.