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In Pennsylvania, an early retirement incentive offered to public school employees in 19 saved approximately 6 million in salaries but increased the pension liability by 4 million, producing a net cost of million, according to an analysis by the Public Employee Retirement Commission.
“Early retirement incentives rarely live up to their promises, in terms of how much they will save,” said Luke Martel, who oversees research on retirement and pension policy at the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Such proposals do not always accomplish their goals.
Retirement incentives and cash buyouts offered by Hawaii through a 2000 law that attempted to “tame an unduly cumbersome civil service system” did little to reduce the size and cost of government, according to a state auditor’s report.
A 1993 early retirement incentive in Minnesota likely cost more than it saved, the state’s legislative auditor found.
That is both because not all retiring workers are expected to be replaced and because — due to a 2010 change to the pension plan — the new workers would earn a less expensive benefit than was earned by the new retirees, Budget Secretary Randy Albright said in an interview.
"The savings ultimately to the system are going to be fairly significant,” he said, later adding: “We wouldn’t design a retirement option that would add to the unfunded liability.” When an early retirement incentive was considered in 2003 -- before the more recent change to pensions for new hires -- estimates suggested the proposal would add between 0 million and 0 million to the unfunded liability of the State Employees’ Retirement System.
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