Definition of unfunded
1 : not funded : floating an unfunded debt
2 : not provided with funds unfunded schools
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Taken as a whole, Medicare’s unfunded liabilities are nearly $49 trillion, a slight improvement from previous forecasts.
But Kentucky's pension crisis has grown — the state now has at least $40 billion in unfunded pension liabilities — and, officials and workers advocates say, likely will require some sort of unprecedented and unpopular action.
So far, the plan appears to lack concrete measures that will materially improve Illinois’ long-term capacity to address its unfunded pension liabilities.
Social Security faces more than $32 trillion in unfunded future liabilities, while Medicare is looking at an astonishing $58 trillion in future red ink.
While those donations should be ready for use before the conference begins, a number of larger projects remain either unfunded or years away from completion.
The administration argues that reducing the unfunded liability, currently $49 billion, would improve the state’s credit profile and therefore cut borrowing costs.
No statistics exist for Connecticut because a comprehensive study has gone unfunded, said Marlene Warner, acting executive director at the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling.
Bills pile up; Moody's Investor Service says taxpayers are on the hook for $251 billion in unfunded public union pension liabilities.
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