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If you are interested in the latest changes to your public pension programs, whether you are a recipient of such benefits, an administrator, or both, the Public Retirement Journal (PRJ) is a way for you to stay informed on a monthly basis. With this subscription you will also receive a hardcopy of the Journal by mail.
 
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Public Retirement Journal Subscription - 210.00 USD per 1 year - Ongoing.
If you are interested in the latest changes to your public pension programs, whether you are a recipient of such benefits, an administrator, or both, the Public Retirement Journal (PRJ) is a way for you to stay informed on a monthly basis. With this subscription you will also receive an electronic copy of the Journal via email.
 
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