Rehired Retirees - Pension benefits suspended after working 1,040 hours
Georgia law limits the pension benefits for ERS, JRS, and LRS retirees who work more than 1,040 hours for a covered employer in a calendar year. If this applies to you, ERSGA will send you a letter advising that your monthly pension benefit will be suspended for the rest of the calendar year. The 1,040 hour limit automatically resets every January and monthly pension benefits begin again in January.
You can find more information about the Rehired Retiree restriction in our 2015 Retiree Newsletter.
Members - Learn more about your Retirement Plan
We have added a member education link to the left-hand navigation of our website to provide you with the ability to quickly find information about your retirement plan. This section includes quick links to all available presentations, ERSGA event and seminar calendars, as well as all of our forms and publications. Please be sure to check out this valuable resource.
Account Access - Your Retirement Plan Information Online!
The mission of ERSGA is to be the guardian of the retirement systems it administers for the ultimate benefit of the members, retirees and beneficiaries of those systems. This mission is accomplished through ERS’s core responsibilities which include pension administration; the collection, reconciliation and disbursement of contributions for the welfare of the members, retirees and beneficiaries of the plans; and the sound and secure investment of the retirement funds. For more information on ERS’ mission statement, click here.
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