Missouri

Lavish, Gold-Plated Pensions Making Millionaires of Kansas City & Jackson County Teachers and MO Government Employees

Click here to view Jackson County’s top government teacher salaries and estimated pensions.
Click here to view MO’s top government pensions.
KANSAS CITY–A report released today by Taxpayers United of America (TUA) reveals that Kansas City & Jackson County teachers are not only receiving very generous salaries but that the estimated pension payments of the teachers and MO government employees in many cases are larger than some salaries in the private sector. Furthermore, over a normal lifetime, many of these government employees, when retired, have become pension millionaires.
The State of Missouri refuses to release information on teacher pensions, resulting in their being estimated. Other government pensions are available with FOIA requests. Read more

Lavish, Gold-Plated Pensions Making Millionaires of Springfield & Greene County Teachers and MO Government Employees

Click here to view Greene County’s top government teacher salaries and estimated pensions.

Click here to view MO’s top government salaries and estimated pensions.

SPRINGFIELD–A report released today by Taxpayers United of America (TUA) reveals that Springfield & Greene County Teachers are not only receiving very generous salaries but that the estimated pension payments of the teachers and MO government employees in many cases are larger than some salaries in the private sector. Furthermore, over a normal lifetime, many of these government employees, when retired, have become pension millionaires.
The State of Missouri refuses to release information on teacher pensions, resulting in their being estimated. Other government pensions are available with FOIA requests. Read more

Lavish, Gold-Plated Pensions Making Millionaires of Jefferson City Teachers & State Gov. Employees

Click here to view Jefferson City’s top government teacher salaries and estimated pensions.
Click here to view Missouri’s top government pensions.
JEFFERSON CITY–A report released today by Taxpayers United of America (TUA) reveals that Jefferson City teachers are not only receiving very generous salaries but that their estimated pension payments in many cases will be larger than some salaries in the private sector. Furthermore, over a normal lifetime, many of these government school teachers, when they retire, will become pension millionaires.
The State of Missouri refuses to release information on teacher pensions, resulting in their being estimated. Other government pensions are available with FOIA requests. Read more

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