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Editorial | Optional, state-run savings plan makes sense, but with stipulations

All workers should be putting some money from their paychecks aside for savings.

Editorial: New retirement option worth pursuing

There’s fiscal trouble ahead for those nearing retirement. And some, including the federal government, appear to be unprepared for it.The latter was the clear message out of Washington last week.

Pennsylvania eyes retirement-savings plan for its portfolio

With Pennsylvania facing a wave of retirees leaving the workforce with no savings, top state officials are working to head off the financial blow.

Joe Op-Ed | Earned income tax credit could be right for Philadelphians

In many ways, Philadelphia’s economic landscape has moved in a positive direction in recent years. Job creation is up. Home sales are up. Unemployment is down. But this fact remains: Philadelphia is still the poorest big city in the nation. In fact, in recent years while the median household income in every other big city rose, Philadelphia was the only city where it declined.

Every dollar in the Treasury comes from the hard work of Pennsylvania taxpayers. Pennsylvanians need to trust that their money will be managed with fairness and integrity, uncompromised by conflicts of interest, political affiliation, favoritism, or other unfair considerations. Under my administration, the days of needing to know someone to do business with Treasury will be over.

We can and should do much better.

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