We live in Colorado, with a stable and growing economy, so I think the pension is a very secure asset.I'd suggest doing some research on the soundness of the pension. Is it Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association? Here are two articles:http://www.denverpost.com/ci_22101268/report-colorados-publi..."The Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association is one of 21 state pension funds that are not "fiscally sound," according to a national investment research firm."http://gazette.com/future-of-colorado-retirement-plan-in-dou..."The financial stability of Colorado's $42 billion state pension fund will get worse before it gets better."
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