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The rules for working in retirement differ based on type of employment, age and several other variables. Our publication Working in Retirement is newly updated and is a must-read for anyone employed and collecting a NYSTRS pension.
Retiree spending of defined benefit pensions generated $1.2 trillion in total economic output and supported 7.5 million jobs across the country in 2016, according to a new study by the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS).
With a nearly 100% funding ratio, NYSTRS continues to rank among the top 10 largest retirement plans and among the best-funded public pension systems in the country.
Defined benefit pension plans are vital for attracting and retaining teachers in the classroom, and they also aid local economies, according to a new report from the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS).
The NYSTRS portfolio returned 9.0% for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018. With a funded ratio of approximately 100%, the System oversees one of the best-funded plans in the nation.
Our Pension Education Toolkit provides facts and research to help you understand the importance of pensions and why they should be preserved.
The 2018 Benefit Profile for active members is now available online for those with a MyNYSTRS account.
PowerPoint presentations and unique graphic recordings from the 2018 Annual Meeting of NYSTRS Delegates are now available. Almost 700 educators from around the state attended the meeting.
Delegates attending NYSTRS' annual meeting unanimously re-elected William Floyd teacher Ron Gross to a new three-year term on the NYSTRS Board of Trustees.
Your 2018 Benefit Profile will be available soon and you’ll notice some big changes that result in a much smaller document.
The September issue of Your Source newsletter for active members is now available online. It features a new look and is our first all-digital edition.
Trade journal Pensions & Investments once again acknowledges NYSTRS as one of the best-funded public pension systems.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently issued a series of news releases aimed at helping taxpayers pay the right amount of tax and avoid an estimated tax penalty.
Registration is now open for fall Pension & Retirement Education Program (PREP) seminars. Sessions fill quickly so reserve your spot today!
New York’s automatic COLA means eligible retired members will receive a benefit increase beginning with their September 28 payment. Members with a pension of $1,500 a month or greater will receive the maximum monthly increase of $18.
A recently-released survey found that 61% of workers report having trouble saving for retirement.
If you're looking to supplement your income in retirement, there are several important facts to keep in mind.
One of the latest tricks scammers are using is falsifying caller ID information.
A new NCPERS study finds public pensions fuel state and local economies.
The third installment in a multipart video series on NYSTRS’ benefits was recently added to the System’s online library.
Eligible retirees receiving a monthly NYSTRS benefit will receive a 1.2% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) beginning with their September 2018 payment.
Learn how to ensure you’re prepared for retirement and that you’ll receive all the benefits for which you are eligible.
NYSTRS was recently ranked second among the nation’s top 30 public pension systems.
You will no longer be able to visit NYSTRS.org if you use Windows XP or version 8 or lower of Internet Explorer.
Retirees who withhold federal taxes based on their marital status and number of exemptions may see a change in their net monthly payments.
1099-R tax statements for calendar year 2017 earnings are now available online for those with a MyNYSTRS account.
NYSTRS' 2017 Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) summarizes complex financial data.
NYSTRS data and pension research. Learn more.