State and local government retirement systems lost more than $726 billion in fiscal year 2009.
Select your state below to view detailed FY 2009 financial data.
Data was compiled from the U.S. Census Bureau's annual State and Local Public Employee Retirement Systems Survey.
More cities are making private deals to save their finances. The results aren’t always good. Plus, a map of financially-distressed localities.
Virginia officials are considering a cap for the amount of paid time off that state employees can roll over from one year to the next.
U.S. state and local public employee retirement systems lost $726 billion in fiscal year 2009, according to new data. View figures for each state to see how they compare.
Several municipalities offered early retirement incentives to public workers last year. What impact such incentives have on budgets and services, however, is up for debate.