Hawaii's unfunded pension liability 10th worst in nation
from Big Island Now
Hawaii is among 34 states that currently have what experts consider a significant shortfall in funding for retirement liabilities. According to a study released recently by the Pew Center on the States, a division of the non-profit Pew Charitable Trusts, Hawaii has funded 61 percent of its $18.5 billion obligation for pensions for government workers. Only nine states had lower levels.
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