Archdiocese to freeze 10,000 employees’ pensions
Catholic World News - December 17, 2010
Following the example of other large dioceses, including New York and Detroit, the Archdiocese of Boston has announced that it will freeze the pension benefits of 10,000 non-retired lay employees. The archdiocese, whose pension fund has been affected by the financial crisis, is offering the employees an alternative retirement plan similar to a 401(k).
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