By James P. Lynch
Pull that old Buick Roadmaster to the pump in 1944 and you would get service: An attendant, maybe a team of them, would check the oil, clean the windshield, make sure the tires had air.
By James P. Lynch
By Anthony H. Riccardi and Lauryn Stewart
Published results on mortality experience with settlement annuities can help lead to fair results with factoring negotiations
By Leo Apilash
By Eric P. Harding
Like most of you, I spent the past 18 months holed up at home. The work continued apace—indeed, I’m proud of how well the Academy staff responded to the coronavirus crisis—but the environs were a little different.
By Tom Campbell
“It’s nice to see you.” This is a phrase I heard over and over, and one I said several times, when the Academy Board met in person in early October.
By William Hines
I work for a U.S.-based office of an international consulting firm. I joined the firm more than 20 years ago when many of our clients were based in the areas local to my office.
By Linda K. Stone
Over the years, one of the most quoted Academy issue briefs on pension topics is a paper, published in 2012, on the “myth” surrounding a defined benefit pension plan funded status of 80%. Local news publications frequently cite this issue brief when that locality’s pension plan is being discussed.
By Warren Manners
By Tom Toce
This puzzle offers two grids and two sets of clues.
By Josh Feldman
As if running on New Orleans streetcar tracks isn’t dangerous enough, a new, darker, more treacherous phenomenon has taken America by storm.
By Sam Gutterman
Over the past several decades, the percentage of new entrants to many professions in the United States who are female has gradually increased. Nevertheless, gender inequity in the workplace remains a significant societal issue.