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Review this item often for the latest updates. Our phone lines remain open at (800) 348-7298. PREP seminar videos are available online and consultations are being done by phone or personal device video.
NYSTRS’ Board recently lowered the System’s assumed rate of return to 6.95%.
NYSTRS’ just released 2021 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report once again demonstrates that your retirement plan remains secure and well-funded.
Delegates attending NYSTRS’ 2021 Annual Delegates Meeting elected Long Island teacher Eric J. Iberger and Schenectady teacher Juliet C. Benaquisto to the NYSTRS Board of Trustees. Nearly 600 delegates from across the state participated in the meeting, which was a one-day virtual event.
Juliet C. Benaquisto, a teacher in the Schenectady City School District, was appointed to NYSTRS' Board.
Eligible retirees will receive an extra $21 monthly beginning with the September 30 pension payment under New York’s legislated cost-of-living adjustment (COLA).
NYSTRS has won a Triple Crown... not for horse racing but for excellence in financial reporting. The award, from a national finance association, honors government organizations for excellence in clear and detailed financial reporting.
Defined benefit pensions, like the one offered by NYSTRS, provide a huge boost to state and national economies, especially during uncertain times, a new study finds.
A survey by Pensions & Investments ranks NYSTRS among the 10 largest public retirement systems in the country based on total assets.
Ruth Mahoney, a banking executive from Albany, was elected by the New York State Board of Regents to NYSTRS' Board.
NYSTRS ranks well above the national average among public pension plans in both funding level and the amount of revenue coming from investment earnings, according to a new survey. Both factors are key indicators of the strength of the System.
You already know that you can use your MyNYSTRS account to access your membership information, file forms and message us securely. Now MyNYSTRS has introduced even more self-service tools.
It’s our centennial and we’re celebrating all year long! NYSTRS is proudly turning 100 this year. Join the party by visiting our centennial webpage at NYSTRS.org/100 throughout the year.
Nationwide, imposters are filing claims for unemployment benefits using stolen personally identifiable information (PII). Members who believe their PII has been compromised should contact the System and consider adding a theft of ID flag to their account.
Eric J. Iberger, a teacher in the Bayport-Blue Point Union Free School District, was appointed to NYSTRS’ 10-member Retirement Board. He is one of three active teacher members on the Board.
NYSTRS continues to be one of the top-performing, most secure and well-funded public pension plans in the country, according to the System’s recently released 2020 Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR).
Your 1099-R tax statement for calendar year 2020 pension earnings is now available online in your secure MyNYSTRS account. Paper copies, if you elected that option, will be mailed later this month and will likely arrive in early February.
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