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The 8-page Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) provides a summary of the System’s more lengthy financial reporting document.
1099-R tax statements for calendar year 2016 earnings are now available online for those with a MyNYSTRS account.
NYSTRS remains among the best-funded public retirement systems in the nation and it may be the best-funded teachers' plan.
Jolene T. DiBrango, a teacher from Pittsford Central Schools, was unanimously re-elected to the Retirement Board at the Annual Meeting of NYSTRS Delegates held Nov. 6-7 in Saratoga Springs.
Here are five key reasons to care about retirement early in your career.
David P. Keefe of Hempstead was recently elected by fellow trustees as NYSTRS Board president. Michael J. Masse of Fayetteville was elected as vice president.
Stephen P. Feehan, a wealth management advisor from Windsor, N.Y., joined the Board of the New York State Teachers’ Retirement System (NYSTRS) July 1.
It is said a picture is worth a thousand words. If that’s the case, the new Infographics page on NYSTRS.org has a lot to say.
The fixed interest rate on loans issued by NYSTRS to eligible Tier 3-6 members will decline by 0.5% effective July 1.
Chapter 41 of the Laws of 2016 enables eligible members to claim up to three years of service credit for military duty – no matter when the service occurred.
A new NYSTRS publication is intended to make complex System financial information more understandable for those without a background in public finance.
Eligible retirees receiving a monthly NYSTRS benefit will receive a 1.0% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) beginning with their September 2016 payment.
If you plan to retire at the end of the school year, we have just the tools to help you get retirement ready so you may sail smoothly into your new chapter of life.
NYSTRS ranked 9th of top 1,000 pension funds.
A new addition to the website allows you to see how NYSTRS benefits are distributed.
Information for those who received a notice and proof of claim form regarding the proposed settlement of the securities class action brought by NYSTRS against General Motors Corporation.
Public pension funding levels are up and costs to manage plans are down, according to a recent study by the National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems (NCPERS).
NYSTRS data and pension research. Learn more.