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Study finds little correlation between a plan’s funded status and its ability to pay benefits.
NYSTRS posted a total fund return of 12.5% for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017, easily outpacing the System’s 7.5% assumed rate of return.
Teachers Paul J. Farfaglia, Sheila Buck and Ronald Gross are elected to NYSTRS’ 10-member Board.
A recent report found Republicans and Democrats share a deep concern for economic security in retirement.
The NYSTRS Board recently adopted an Employer Contribution Rate of 9.80% applicable to 2017-18 school year salaries, marking a return to single digits.
Recent security enhancements were made to MyNYSTRS in accordance with current standards.
Whether you’re retiring soon or years down the road, NYSTRS offers many free tools to help you with the planning process.
Consider these five key reasons to care about your golden years early in your career.
New items added to the Pension Education Toolkit focus on defined benefit pension plans like the one administered by NYSTRS.
Help us close out Unclaimed and Abandoned accounts.
Eligible retirees receiving a monthly NYSTRS benefit will receive a 1.2% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) beginning with their September 2017 payment.
NYSTRS is one of the nation’s largest pension funds, either public or private, according to the annual rankings of the top 1,000 pension funds compiled by trade publication Pensions & Investments (P&I).
New images added to the Infographics page provide further evidence NYSTRS is strong, secure and sustainable.
Public retirement systems study finds plans are improving cost efficiency while increasing funding ratios.
Employer contributions paid to NYSTRS in 2018 will be lower than 2017 contributions – which will be less than they contributed in 2016.
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.
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