A collection of news and information related to Retirement published by this site and its partners.
Displaying items 1-12 of 3646 » View burbankleader.com items only1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-304 Next >
Recently there have been a number of letters regarding the closure of the Verdugo Park swimming pool (“There is no bonus to bonus payouts,” July 6). I thought it might be helpful to clarify the reason for this temporary closure. In recent...
The City Council on Tuesday signed off on a three-year contract that suspends bonus pay and increases employee pension contributions for the city’s largest union — moves that will help the city keep school crossing guards on its payroll,...
The Burbank City Council this week voted to suspend bonuses for city executives and mid-level managers, but gave City Manager Mike Flad the ability to bump their paid time off by an additional 25 hours, which could be cashed out for up to $2,800. The...
This afternoon we were visited by City Council candidate Emily Gabel-Luddy. I hadn't really decided who to vote for next month because both candidates offer positive ideas, but I was very impressed with Gabel-Luddy's grasp of the budget problems facing...
The rising costs of employee retirement benefits will force Burbank to spend $10.7-million more next fiscal year, bringing the total to $33.5 million, according to city records. The higher contribution to the California Public Employees’ Retirement...
Hooray for you. I for one will stand behind your objection to the city not revealing detailed information on employee bonuses. This money belongs to the citizens of Burbank and the bonuses need to be revealed. This is not the time for anyone to be...
CITY HALL — Two weeks after city officials approved water rate hikes as part of the new budget, officials are recommending considerable pay raises for the utility's general manager and senior executives. The City Council on Tuesday is scheduled...
Pennsylvania's pension crisis is about to hit state homeowners and taxpayers, and the results won't be pretty. The state's two pension systems — for state government workers and public school employees — are, together, more than $47...
The retirement crisis is deepening, with recent generations of Americans less financially prepared for their golden years than their parents or grandparents, according to a new study. The study by the Pew Charitable Trusts suggests that people who...
Tags: Career and Workplace
Dear Liz: A few years ago I finished paying off my debt and now am in the very low-risk credit category. I have savings equal to about three months' worth of bills and am working to get that to six months' worth. I'm wondering, though, about an...
— As Illinois lawmakers weigh a pair of competing pension reform plans this spring, a big factor they're considering is how much each approach would save the beleaguered state treasury. Illinois already spends more on government worker...
When Harold Seybert retired a few years ago, money wasn't his biggest challenge. After a 35-year career building an East Coast supermarket chain, a rise that required 15-hour workdays, he had to come to grips with what he had missed at home. "I was...
Jul 14, 2011 |Story| Burbank Leader
Oct 21, 2011 |Story| Burbank Leader
Jun 9, 2011 |Story| Burbank Leader
Mar 18, 2011 |Story| Burbank Leader
Mar 1, 2011 |Story| Burbank Leader
Dec 22, 2010 |Story| Burbank Leader
Jul 3, 2010 |Story| Burbank Leader
May 20, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
May 17, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 17, 2013 |Column| Los Angeles Times
May 18, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 17, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Original site for Retirement topic gallery.