Despite sweeping reforms to Ohio’s five public pension funds last year, the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund is still on shaky financial footing and may not comply with state law requiring the retirement systems have enough money to meet their 30 year funding obligations, according to a new analysis.
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By the Numbers
Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund
28,073 active police and firefighter members
26,074 retirees and beneficiaries
2,735 former government workers
$13.2 billion investment portfolio
Our team of reporters in Columbus and in the Miami Valley have been covering Ohio’s public pensions for years and are continuing to stay on this important topic. Are Ohio firefighters and police officers taking advantage of the public pension system? You won’t believe what we found in our report from June at MyDaytonDailyNews.com