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KCTCS president announces retirement

KCTCS President Jay Box announced his retirement on Friday. He will leave his post at the end of June.

Bevin proposes veteran tax benefit in campaign stop

Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says the state should not be taxing the retirement income of its military veterans.

Old Friends welcomes new resident Einstein

Old Friends farm says five-time Grade 1 winner Einstein arrived Monday

Regional university retirement bill moves to Senate

Kentucky’s regional state universities saw their employer contribution rate to the Kentucky Employees Retirement System skyrocket in 2018.

Local United Way president announces retirement

The organization announced Bill Farmer's retirement on Thursday.

Justify starts his retirement tours in Versailles

Triple Crown Winner Justify had his first tour at the WinStar Farm Monday.

Governor vetoes bill to help agencies leave pension system

Kentucky's Republican governor has vetoed a bill that would make it easier for agencies to leave the state's troubled retirement system.

Madison County superintendent announces retirement

Madison County Public Schools Superintendent Elmer Thomas announced his retirement at the school board work session Thursday, according to the Richmond Register.

Lexington mayor to announce police chief choice Monday

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is scheduled to announce his choice for the city's new police chief Monday.

LG&E and KU Chairman announces retirement

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The long-time chairman and chief operating officer of Louisville Gas & Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company has announced he is...

Lexington’s police chief announces he’s retiring

Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard is retiring from the department on January 1.

Kentucky Power to donate truck to rescue squad

Kentucky Power is donating a truck slated for retirement to the Floyd County Emergency and Rescue Squad.

Kentucky educators announce pension reform plan

Leaders from several Kentucky education groups have announced a pension reform plan that they say is a sustainable approach.

KEA refutes lawmaker’s claims about public pension funding problems

The Kentucky Education Association took issue Wednesday with the state's legislative leadership over the underfunded public pension system.

Bevin promotes proposed pension fix to business group

Gov. Matt Bevin says the actual legislation aimed at shoring up Kentucky's woefully underfunded public retirement systems will be unveiled soon.

Educators worried they will lose their retirement

Kentucky educators are in a panic because state law makers are thinking about pension reform this year.

Thousands of county employees worried about future of pensions

It is a story that hits thousands of Kentuckians right in the pocketbook. People count on having a pension when they retire, but the state's pension system is in crisis and will run out of money in the next five years, according to the state.

Family Wealth Group – Retirement Income Strategies

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Kentucky needs $700 million more per year for pension debt

Independent consultants say Kentucky taxpayers need to spend an extra $700 million each year to keep their troubled public pension systems afloat.

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