Retiree Health Plans in the Public Sector: Is There a Funding Crisis?
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Political Science - 190 pages
While retiree health plans are a dying benefit in the private sector, all US states and many local governments extend health insurance coverage to their retired employees. This book is the first to thoroughly examine public sector health insurance plans.
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2 The economics of retiree health insurance benefits
3 Descriptions of state retiree health plans
4 Funding and liabilities of state retiree health plans
5 Explaining the differences in financial status of state retiree health plans
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