State Employees Association of North Carolina

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Pension underperforms its peers by $1 billion

North Carolina’s pension system continues to underperform when compared to its national peers.

This week, state Treasurer Janet Cowell released the results of the state pension fund performance for fiscal year 2013-14. The numbers showed, despite her attempts at a positive spin, that her investment efforts continue to come in below the national median and that North Carolina’s returns were more than $1 billion behind its peers.

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23rd

State EMPAC Committee Meeting

State EMPAC Committee Meeting

August 23, 2014

10:00 a.m.

SEANC Central Office

1621 Midtown Place

Raleigh, NC 27609

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Insurance

You can prepare for life's uncertainties and gain peace of mind by finding a SEANC Insurance program that fits your needs and your budget. Whether you are expecting your first child or retiring from a lifetime of public service, a big change can influence how much financial protection your family needs. Start today and take advantage of SEANC's group rates! Payroll deduction is available through most state agencies and the state retirement system. To find out more, see an overview of all SEANC insurance programs here or select the plans you're interested in below.

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For more information, contact the SEANC Insurance Department at 919-833-6436 or 800-222-2758. Send SEANC Insurance faxes to 919-792-3321.

Insurance Director Brenda Hooker    
Lead Insurance Specialist Celiamarie Wilson    
Insurance Specialist Sabrina Williams
Insurance Specialist Denise Jones
Insurance Specialist Tamara Bridges

For more information on the SEANC Legal Plan, contact Carri Derrick at 919-833-6436 or 800-222-2758.