A co-defendant of convicted former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi is no longer receiving his pension.
For most people the tax information has begun piling up on the kitchen counter.
A former state representative will not be able to increase her pension by including the value of her Statehouse parking space.
A federal judge has acquitted a retired Boston district fire chief of pension fraud, but criticized a “flawed” system
I would like to proclaim this week, national Bag Lady Week.
The former police chief in Salisbury has been granted a $69,000 annual pension despite allegations that he traded drugs and other favors for sex from female criminal suspects and stole from crime scenes.
I’m curious if Mr. DiMasi will lose his pension in light of the recent conviction in court. It would seem to me if he were to be found guilty of such an offense, he should lose the right to claim his pension. – Karen, Boylston
The State Retirement Board suspended the pension of former House Speaker Sal DiMasi Thursday.
Scott Brown is pushing legislation that would strip members of Congress of their federal pensions if they’re convicted of corruption charges even after they’ve left Capitol Hill.
Well this is it you think; you’ve raised your kids, worked all of your life and now it’s play time!