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GRS News Scan: June 2018

Thursday, June 28, 2018

This issue includes the following news summaries:

  • NASRA Updates Summary of Approved Changes in State and Selected Local Public Pensions
  • Commonwealth Fund Examines Effects of Extending Duration of Short-Term Health Insurance Plans on Enrollment and Premiums
  • CRR Reports on Social Security's Financial Outlook
  • American Academy of Actuaries Identifies Drivers of 2019 Health Insurance Premium Rate Changes
  • NASBO Releases 2018 Fiscal Survey of States
  • NASRA Updates Issue Brief on State and Local Government Contributions to Statewide Pension Plans
  • American Benefits Council Reports on the Efforts of Employers to Combat the Opioid Epidemic

GRS News Scan: May 2018

Thursday, May 31, 2018

This issue includes the following news summaries:

  • GASB Updates Guidance on Financial Reporting for Pensions and Other Postemployment Benefit Plans
  • EBRI Releases Health and Workplace Benefits Survey Findings for 2017
  • EBRI Publishes 2018 Retirement Confidence Survey
  • AARP Releases Checklist for Public Pension Plans Considering Proposed Plan Changes
  • Commonwealth Fund Finds Health Insurance Coverage Declining in 2018
  • IRS Announces 2019 HSA Contribution Limits
  • CRR Issues Brief on Social Security Modernization
  • NCPERS Finds Reducing Public Pensions Would Harm the Economy
  • SLGE Releases 2018 Survey on State and Local Government Workforce Trends

GRS Insight Newsletter: May 2018

Thursday, May 31, 2018

In this issue:

  • Legislatve Proposals and the Future of Code Secton 415(m) and 457(f) Plans
  • Potential Expansion of IRS Determination Letter Program
  • Impact of Tax Reform on Health and Welfare Benefits
  • HHS Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2019 Final Rule
  • Update on Recent Health Litigation

GRS News Scan: April 2018

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

This issue includes the following news summaries:

  • Actuarial Standards Board Approves Exposure Drafts of Revisions of ASOP Nos. 4, 27 and 35
  • NASRA Updates Issue Brief on State and Local Government Spending for Public Pensions
  • CRR Examines the Role of Medicaid for Retirees and Near-Retirees
  • CMS Releases Final Report on 2018 Health Exchange Enrollments
  • U.S. Census Bureau Reports Asset Growth Trend Continues for 100 Largest Public Pension Systems in Fourth Quarter of 2017
  • NIRS Releases Fact Sheets for State Public Employee and Teacher Retirement Systems
  • CRR Issues Brief on the Effect of Pension Cuts on Public Sector Competitiveness in the Labor Market

GRS News Scan: March 2018

Thursday, March 22, 2018

This issue includes the following news summaries:

  • SLGE Publishes Infographic on the Long-Term View of State and Local Pensions
  • International Foundation Releases Survey Report on Workplace Wellness Trends
  • NIRS Finds Millennials Are Falling Short in Retirement Planning
  • State and Local Government Associations Update Primer on State and Local Fiscal Facts for 2018
  • IRS Issues 2018 HSA Contribution Limit for Family Coverage
  • American Academy of Actuaries Issues Brief on Prescription Drug Spending
  • Federal Reserve Reports Public Pension Assets Reach Record $4.33 Trillion in the Fourth Quarter of 2017
  • S&P Global Ratings Reports on Budgetary Effects of the New GASB OPEB Statements

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