Click to view as PDF. The series of reports from PFM on Kentucky’s pension systems overstate serious challenges with the condition of the state’s plans to justify drastic cuts in  read more
Under the tax framework released last week by the Trump administration and Congressional leaders, the wealthiest 1 percent of Kentuckians would get 49.5 percent of the total tax cut received read more
The proposed level dollar approach to funding Kentucky’s pension liabilities would shift a large burden to our upcoming state budget and ask comparatively little from budgets a couple of decades read more
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By Ashley Spalding
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By Ashley Spalding
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By Dustin Pugel
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By Jason Bailey
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Legislative leaders say they will soon share a framework for potential pension legislation the General Assembly will consider in a special session this fall. Big read more