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General Information

  • Subscribe to MOSERS HR Update, a monthly electronic newsletter to keep you posted on new information. Be sure to re-register if your email address changes.
    To get the latest news on deferred compensation, subscribe to the electronic DC Update by going to www.modeferredcomp.org.
  • Register for a password or apply for secure access to member data for employers at www.mosers.org. Click on Request Access to This Feature.
  • Use employee information only in conjunction with the performance of mandated duties.
  • Encourage members to use the MOSERS website to view handbooks, brochures and forms online.
  • Request paper copies, alternative format (i.e. Braille, large print, cassette, or disk) and Spanish version of handbooks if you need them.
  • Work all secure error reports on a monthly basis.
  • Training is available annually at the Benefits U conference, and one-on-one at your facility (by request).

SEBES

  • Do not use SEBES for members of the CURP plan at Colleges and Universities.
  • The help desk for SEBES is located at MCHCP. You can reach them by calling (800) 487-0771.

FormsMan smiling and holding tablet

Forms are a necessary component of the administration of MOSERS benefits. As employers, you are the direct contact to members regarding benefits and how to complete forms. In addition, certain forms require you to provide information and/or your signature. If forms have to be returned because necessary information or a signature is missing, it causes a delay in providing service to our members and creates extra work for all involved. We appreciate your help in ensuring that forms are properly completed and submitted to MOSERS in a timely manner.

  • We strongly encourage you to obtain and submit forms electronically via the MOSERS website whenever possible. The forms online marked with a star icon can be submitted electronically by logging into your secure Employer Homepage and choosing a form from the Forms tab to begin the process.
  • When paper forms are necessary, please type or print clearly. Use black or dark blue ink. (No gel pens and DO NOT USE A HIGHLIGHTER. Highlighted areas appear solid black on scanned images and cannot be read.)
  • For your convenience, you may order MOSERS forms and publications online. You may request quantities of up to 200 of any one available publication. Restricting the size of orders allows us to better maintain our stock and ensure you have the latest version of forms. If the form you need is not listed on the order form, it is only available online.

Determining Benefit Eligibility

How do I determine if a position is eligible for benefits?

The intent of a benefit-eligible position is to retain the services of a permanent employee. The decision about whether or not a position is benefit-eligible should be based on an analysis of the position and not based on who will fill in the position. The determination of the intent of the position is the responsibility of the appointing authority. To that end, the position must meet two criteria:

  1. The position must be in the nature of an ongoing (a multi-year position including a position covered by a contract) or permanent position.
  2. The position must normally require the performance of duties of not less than 1,040 hours per year.

If the position meets both requirements, the position is eligible for MOSERS benefits. If not, the position is not eligible for MOSERS benefits. Employees who are not eligible for MOSERS benefits should be so informed at the time of their employment. The process for determining if a position is benefit-eligible is the same whether the employee is newly hired or previously retired.

If an employee is hired into a benefit-eligible position but works less than 1,040 hours per year, does the employee remain eligible for benefits?

Yes, because the position is eligible for benefits. However, if the duties of the position were materially changed so that it no longer required at least 1,040 hours per year, then HR should reassess the position to determine if it would meet the criteria necessary to be a benefit-eligible position in the future.

If an employee is hired into a non-benefit-eligible position but works more than 1,040 hours per year, is the employee eligible for benefits?

No, because the position is not eligible for benefits. However, if the duties of the position were materially changed so that it required at least 1,040 hours per year, then HR should reassess the position to determine if it would meet the criteria necessary to be a benefit-eligible position in the future.

Are “temporary” employees eligible for benefits?

Generally speaking, temporary employees are not eligible for benefits. However, sometimes an agency may hire an individual as “temporary” and move them into a full-time position. In that case, the employee should be coded for benefits from the beginning of employment because the “position” is benefit-eligible.

If an employee works three one-third time positions, is this employee benefit-eligible?

An employee who is employed in multiple positions within a single agency is considered to be working in a single position for purposes of determining whether the person is in a benefit-eligible position.

Why is benefit eligibility so important?

It’s important because employees across the state should be treated consistently and fairly. Human resource/personnel officers should review all positions, especially part-time positions, periodically to be sure they are coded correctly. If the nature of a position has changed, for whatever reason, it is important that updates are made for the employer’s sake as well as the employees’ and that you inform MOSERS of the change.

Eligibility requirements are set forth in the Revised Statutes of Missouri (RSMo) under chapter 104.010 and 104.1003 (definition of an employee) and the MOSERS Board of Trustees’ Rules. A complete list of board rules may be found on our website.

MSEP 2011 Resource Center for Employers

Don’t forget-everything you need for members of MSEP 2011 is located on MOSERS’ website in the Employers section. Links to all forms, brochures, videos, and examples are here when you need them. If you are not sure which plan a member belongs to, a good reference guide is the Which Plan am I in? page that you can get to from either the Member or Employer dropdown menu.

Which Plan Am I In?

Examples to determine retirement plan are listed below. More examples may be found online.

  • Worked previously in a non-benefit-eligible position - Glenn worked 40 hours per week during the summers only from 2006-2010 for the Missouri Department of Conservation. He did not earn vacation time or qualify for retirement benefits while working during those summers. In August of 2011 he was hired in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position with DNR. Because his employment before 2011 was not in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position, his employment with DNR would be considered the date he was first hired in a position covered by MOSERS and he would be a member of the MSEP 2011.
  • Worked previously in a benefit-eligible position with a different retirement system - Hannah worked for 3 years as a public school teacher in the Ralls County School district from 1995-1998 in a benefit-eligible position with PSRS. In March of 2011 she was hired in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position with the DESE. Since PSRS is a different retirement system than MOSERS, Hannah would be considered first hired in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position in March of 2011 and would be a member of the MSEP 2011.
  • Worked previously in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position but was not vested - Grace worked for the Missouri Department of Tourism in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position from 2005 to 2008. When she left work with Tourism she had not met the vesting requirement at the time (five years). In April of 2011, Grace was hired in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position with the Department of Conservation. Because she had previous MOSERS benefit-eligible employment (even though she was not vested when she left) she is considered to be first hired in 2005 and will be a member of MSEP 2000.
Which Plan Am I in?

Plan Comparison Tables

Plan comparison tables are also in the MSEP 2011 Resource Center as an easy way to highlight the plan provisions.

MSEP
MSEP 2000
MSEP 2011*
Vesting - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • 5 yearst
  • 5 years
  • 10 years
Base Benefit Formula - Payable for your liftime
  • .016 x FAP x service
    In the past, formula increases have been passed along to MSEP retirees
  • .017 x FAP x service
    Future formula increases, if any, will not be passed along to retirees
  • .017 x FAP x service
    Future formula increases, if any, will not be passed along to retirees
Temporary Benefit Formula - Stops at age 62
  • Not available
  • .008 x FAP x service
    Available to those who retire under the "Rule of 80"
  • .008 x FAP x service
    Available to those who retire under the "Rule of 90"
Benefit Payment Options - Determines whether or not a benefit will be paid to anyone after your death
  • Life Income Annuity
  • Unreduced Joint & 50% Survivor
  • Joint & 100% Survivor
  • Life Income With 60 Guaranteed Payments
  • Life Income With 120 Guaranteed Payments
  • Life Income Annuity
  • Joint & 50% Survivor
  • Joint & 100% Survivor
  • Life Income With 120 Guaranteed Payments
  • Life Income With 180 Guaranteed Payments
  • Life Income Annuity
  • Unreduced Joint & 50% Survivor
  • Joint & 100% Survivor
  • Life Income With 120 Guaranteed Payments
  • Life Income With 180 Guaranteed Payments
Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) - Helps maintain your purchasing power as inflation increases the cost of various items you buy
  • If hired before Aug. 28, 1997, you will receive 4-5% each year until you reach 65% cap. After COLA cap, the rate is based on 80% of the percentage increase in the average CPI
  • If hired on or after Aug. 28, 1997, your COLA will be based on 80% of the percentage increase in the average CPI (0-5%)
  • Based on 80% of the percentage increase in the average CPI (0-5%)
  • Based on 80% of the percentage increase in the average CPI (0-5%)
Normal Retirement Eligibility - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • Age 65 and active with 4 years of service
  • Age 65 with 5 years of service
  • Age 60 with 15 years of service
  • "Rule of 80" - at least age 48 with age and service equaling 80 or more
  • Age 50 if first become eligible prior to Aug. 28, 2003
  • Age 62 with 5 years of service
  • "Rule of 80" - at least age 48 with age and service equaling 80 or more
  • Age 50 if first become eligible prior to Aug. 28, 2003
  • Age 67 with 10 years of service
  • "Rule of 90" - at least age 55 with age and service equaling 90 or more
Early Retirement Eligibility - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • Age 55 with 10 years of service; base benefit will be reduced 1/2 of 1% (.005) for each month your age is younger than normal retirement
  • Age 57 with 5 years of service; base benefit will be reduced 1/2 of 1% (.005) for each month your age is younger than normal retirement
  • Age 62 with 10 years of service; base benefit will be reduced 1/2 of 1% (.005) for each month your age is younger than normal retirement
In-Service COLA - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • Applicable COLA rate (if eligible)
Not Available Not Available
Optional Life Insurance - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • Maximum of $60,000
  • Maximum of $60,000
    If you retire under the "Rule of 80," you may retain coverage beyond $60,000 until age 62. At age 62, your coverage will reduce to $60,000
  • Maximum of $60,000
    If you retire under the "Rule of 80," you may retain coverage beyond $60,000 until age 62. At age 62, your coverage will reduce to $60,000
BackDROP - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • Must work at least two years beyond normal retirement eligibility to be eligible for BackDROP. If applicable, elect BackDROP at retirement
  • Must work at least two years beyond normal retirement eligibility to be eligible for BackDROP. If applicable, elect BackDROP at retirement
Not available
Service Purchases - Eligible for a future retirement benefit
  • May purchase up to 4 years of active-duty military service or qualifiying public sector service at subsidized rate. May also purchase public sector service at full actuarial cost.
  • May purchase up to 4 years of active-duty military service or qualifiying public sector service at subsidized rate. May also purchase public sector service at full actuarial cost.
  • May qualifying public sector service at full actuarial cost.

MSEP 2011 | Contribution Beneficiary(ies) Form

This form may be completed and submitted online through the secure Member Homepage under the Forms menu option.

Designate or Change Beneficiaries Form

Note: Naming a minor (a person under the age of 18, except an emancipated minor) or estate as a life insurance beneficiary may require that a conservator or other legal representative be appointed by a court before any payment can be issued. This could cause legal expenses for the beneficiary and delay in payment. This should be taken into consideration when naming a beneficiary. As an alternative, members may wish to set up a trust to receive assets upon their death. A trust is a legal arrangement through which a trustee manages the assets for beneficiaries. Members should contact an attorney to set up a trust.


  • This form is for members of MSEP 2011 and the Judicial Plan 2011 who wish to designate someone other than a spouse as beneficiary for any refund of contributions payable upon their death.
  • MOSERS will issue a refund of contributions on behalf of members who have contributions to the retirement system in their account but die prior to having retirement or survivor benefits paid in an amount equal to their contributions, less any benefits received.
  • When married employees enroll for benefits through SEBES, they will be notified that if they do not otherwise designate a beneficiary for a refund of contributions, the beneficiary will be their eligible spouse.
  • Members who are not married and do not have a Contribution Beneficiary(ies) form on file at MOSERS, will have the assets in their account distributed, upon their death, in the following order of priority to their:
    • Surviving children (including legally adopted children) divided equally
    • Surviving parents, divided equally
    • Surviving brothers and sisters, divided equally
    • Estate
  • Members may designate a person, trust, organization or estate as beneficiary by completing a Contribution Beneficiary(ies) form and submitting it on paper or electronically to MOSERS. The designation will not become effective until the form is received at MOSERS.
  • If members do not provide the social security number for each beneficiary listed, MOSERS cannot assure we will be able to locate and pay their beneficiaries.


MSEP 2011 | Request for Refund of Contributions Form (Front)

Request for Refunds Form Front

Members need to make a copy for their personal files before sending the form to MOSERS.

For most general employees hired on or after 1/1/11, this form will be for contributions paid into MSEP 2011. Members who have service in more than one plan must designate which contributions this form pertains to.

If rolling over any portion of refund, the member must obtain information and signature of trustee to complete Section C.

  • No part of member contributions in the MOSERS trust fund is available for loans or partial withdrawals. Members may request a refund of their contributions only if they are no longer working in a MOSERS benefit-eligible position.
  • To request a refund, the member must complete the Request for Refund of Contributions form and submit it to MOSERS (available online at www.mosers.org).
  • If the member is deceased and a beneficiary other than the spouse is requesting a refund of contributions made by the member, a Non-spouse Beneficiary Request for Refund of Contributions form must be completed. The beneficiary should contact MOSERS for the form and will need to provide a photocopy of the member’s death certificate along with the form.

Refund Options

When members leave state employment, they should carefully consider what to do with the contributions they have accumulated in the MOSERS trust fund. Their decision can affect their future financial security.

Even if the member has contributed for just a few years, the pension credit accumulated with MOSERS is a valuable asset. Unlike other investment vehicles, a MOSERS pension is guaranteed for life, does not lose value, and includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) of 0-5%.

MSEP 2011 | Request for Refund of Contributions Form (Back)

Request for Refunds

Member must sign & date. If member is deceased, the beneficiary or personal representative must sign here.





If the member is living and married, the spouse must sign here.


  • Members leaving a MOSERS-covered position have a number of options available for managing their pension assets. They may:
    • Option 1: Leave their contributions with MOSERS.
    • Option 2: Roll over the total amount of their contributions plus interest into an IRA or qualified retirement plan.*
    • Option 3: Elect a combination rollover (to a qualified IRA or retirement plan) and cash payment (less applicable mandatory withholdings and IRS penalties.)*
    • Option 4: Request a full refund of their contributions plus interest, less applicable mandatory withholdings and IRS penalties.*
    Please see the Member Contributions brochure for additional information about refund options and other provisions related to member contributions.

* By receiving a refund the member forfeits all credited service and any future rights to receive benefits from the system. They will not be eligible to receive any long-term disability benefits; if receiving long-term disability benefits they are not eligible for a refund. The refund or rollover options may be exercised 90 days after they terminate from their MOSERS-covered position.

MOSERS Home Page

  1. Carousel of FeaturesMOSERS Homepage
    • This revolving carousel includes the latest featured news items
  2. Special Topics
    • News and notices (current & archived)
    • Information for survivors/beneficiaries of MOSERS members
    • Rumor Central
    • Retiree benefit payment schedule for the current year
    • Seminars/Workshop information
  3. Enhanced Footer
    • Site Help Desk
    • Accessibility Information
    • External links
    • Quick links to website tools
    • MOSERS contact information
    • Website Feedback
    • Social Media links
  4. Search Content on MOSERS' Website from Any Page
  5. Secure Member Login
    • View and update personal information
    • Run benefit estimates
    • Complete and submit forms online
    • Enroll in a PreRetirement seminar
  6. Register/Forgot Your Password
    • Members can quickly gain access to the MOSERS secure site for the first time, or reset a forgotten password if they are a returning visitor, by answering a few short verification questions
  7. Find it Fast
    • Quickly navigate to frequently used web pages, forms and brochures
  8. Found A Flyer
    • Links employees to topics they have found from the downloadable flyers that you can use to promote aspects of your benefit package. Print these and put them up on bulletin boards, in break rooms, or wherever your employees can read them!

Online Features

HR Update

HR Update is an electronic newsletter that keeps you informed of important HR related information. The newsletter is sent via email (in HTML format) each month. For your convenience, HR Updates are archived on your Employer site. The HR Update is an electronic document and your only link to the latest changes from MOSERS. If you have not already subscribed, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible. Remember to re-subscribe if your email address changes.

To subscribe to HR Update:

  1. Go to: www.mosers.org/Employers/HR-Update/HR-Mailing-List-Manager.aspx
  2. Follow the directions.

Secure Access

Through the Employer Login, MOSERS established a secure access area for the benefit of authorized employers. All information contained within is strictly confidential and shall be treated as such. The information is to be used only in conjunction with the performance of mandated duties.

To apply for secure access:

  1. Under Employer, click on Request Access to this Feature.
  2. Download and complete an Access Authorization Secure Employer Login form.
  3. Have the form signed by the department director.
  4. Mail the form to MOSERS.
  5. MOSERS will send a notification email that you are authorized to register for access to the employer portion of the MOSERS’ website. Go to the Employer section of the site and click on Register to complete the process.
  6. Authorized users will also be able to access SEBES with a valid MOSERS user ID and password.

Electronic Employer Forms

There are two types of forms on MOSERS’ website. Choose from PDFs or electronic forms. Go to the Employer home page for a complete list.

Instructions for online forms:

  1. Go to the Secure Employer Login.
  2. Enter your social security number and password.
  3. Click on the appropriate form and follow directions. With electronic forms, no stamp, no envelope, and no paper is required.
  4. The form may be completed and submitted online. To date, the following forms are available on MOSERS website in an electronic format for employers:
    • Application to Correct Service
    • Leave of Absence/Back to Work
    • Transfer of Employment
    • Termination of Employment
    • Notification of Change
    • MOSERS Publications Order Form

Download Forms & Publications

Any MOSERS forms or publications may be downloaded from our website. You can open any form, complete it online, print, and mail to MOSERS. If possible, please submit forms electronically through our secure Employer site.

Online Employer Reports

Employers with secure access may view the following reports online:

  • Eligible to Retire Report
  • Service Report
  • Aged Accounts Report (AAR)
  • Terminated Report
  • SAM II Address Match
  • Retiree Sick Leave (Now includes two months)
  • MOSERS Invalid Address
  • Active Pending Application
  • Life Coverage Amounts (January through March)
  • Transfer Report
  • Annual Salary Verification Report (August and September)
  • Missing Email Report
  • Retirees Requiring Termination Forms
  • Retirement Plan Lookup

Error reports must be worked on a monthly basis. Instructions are provided online for each report. Delays in working these reports can result in members not being eligible to receive refunds or service credit.

Error Reports

Member payroll information is uploaded to MOSERS each month. The staff at MOSERS reconciles these payrolls with contributions that are received for retirement, disability, and life insurance. If we identify any discrepancies in the expected contributions, we upload that information to our secure employer website so you can review the errors and make the necessary deductions or contributions.

Please go to MOSERS' website and click on the Employer Login section of the site. Use your social security number and employer password to sign on. Once you are logged in, click on the applicable report. Names of individuals responsible for working the reports will appear on the right. You may view any or all portions of the report by clicking on the appropriate name or department. The reports are printer-friendly and available online until MOSERS begins processing the next month’s report. The list indicates how many errors need to be corrected by each agency. Please contact the MOSERS accounting staff if you have any questions. If your reports are not resolved within 60 days, we will send the member and your department director a notification that we are unable to correct a member’s service records or issue refunds until we receive additional information from you. Thank you for your cooperation.

AAR and Terminated Report Instructions

  • The report is sorted by AGY-ORG.
  • The report is printer friendly, so you may print the report and work it from your own hard copy.

The report includes all optional life, retirement, long-term disability, and basic life insurance errors for members. MOSERS will key the necessary 1DEDs for state contributions on retirement, basic, and long-term disability (for Sam II agencies) that were not withheld. MOSERS will automatically deduct fringe benefit contributions when applicable (retirement, basic and long-term disability) for SAMII agencies.

General Information about the Report:

  • Balance discrepancies are corrected by payroll deduction adjustments or submission of the necessary forms to MOSERS.
  • The report is generated after the previous month's payroll is on our system.
  • The member will remain on the report until the necessary payroll action is taken. This may include payroll adjustments for premiums or submission of forms.
  • Codes will appear on your report if payrolls were expected and were not received. These codes will be followed with a question mark. In addition, the balance due will reflect .01 temporarily until contributions are received.

The following describes data items found on the report.

Report Codes
Code Description Code Description
Account The amount of the member's personal checks that have not been applied OPT Optional Life Insurance
A/R Balance The member's total debit or credit balance OPS Optional Life Spouse
BAS Basic Life Insurance OPD Optional Life Children
BA? Basic Life Insurance Expected with No Payroll Received RTC Retirement Contributions

DC

Payroll out of balances RT? Retirement Contributions Expected with No Payroll Received
EXP The amount of contribution/deduction MOSERS expects RTM Employee 4% Contribution
IN Invoice created for direct billing purposes R?M Employee 4% Contribution with No Payroll Received
LTD Long-Term Disability Plan REC The amount of contribution/deduction MOSERS received
LTC Long-Term Disability    
LT? Long-Term Disability Expected with No Payroll Received    

IMPORTANT: This report displays the account receivable balance. Therefore, the amount owed will appear as a POSITIVE value and the amounts overpaid will appear as a NEGATIVE value.

Submitting Payroll and Contributions to MOSERS

The contribution rates for FY 2015 are identified below. For employers in SAM II, the contributions will automatically occur as a percentage of payrolls and no action is required by you. Non-SAM II employers will need to begin submitting the new contributions (for the benefits applicable to their agency) each July 1.

Past contribution rates for retirement, basic life and LTD are provided in the employer section of our website. If you are a non-SAM II employer, you will need to submit the correct contribution rates for the correct fiscal years when submitting payrolls.

Rate type FY 2015 Rate
Retirement Contribution Rate (based on a percentage of all eligible payroll)

16.97%

Judges Retirement Contribution Rate (based on a percentage of all eligible payroll) 58.45%
Basic Life Insurance State Contribution (based on a percentage of all eligible payroll although member premiums and eligibility are based on the base pay as of July each year) 0.32%
Retiree Basic Life Insurance State Contribution (based on a percentage of eligible payroll although member premiums and eligibility are based on the base pay as of July each year) 0.115%
Long-Term Disability State Contribution - Non SAM II (do not pay this premium for employees once they become eligible for retirement). Note: Contributions are based on a percentage of payroll while LTD payments are based on salary received. 0.55%
Long-Term Disability State Contribution - SAM II (premiums are an equivalent rate applied to their total payroll to approximate what the amount would be if they could apply the LTD rate to only covered payrolls). Note: Members eligible for retirement are not eligible for LTD. 0.495%

Non-SAM II Employer Payroll Submissions

If you represent a non-SAMII employer, you will need to contact our Finance and Facilities Oversight department at (573) 632-6100 so that we can send you a file format layout and instructions for submitting payroll information to MOSERS. It is very important that you do not change the format of the file after you receive this information. We will provide you with our banking information so that you can send wire transfers for each payroll submission. Payroll must be received prior to MOSERS uploading monthly payrolls into our system. The deadline varies from month to month depending on holidays, SAM II payroll uploads, etc.

Retirement Eligible Gross Pay

All salary and wages reported to MOSERS, excluding non-recurring lump-sum payments, should be included in the gross salary and wages. Non-reoccurring lump-sum payments should not be reported to MOSERS. Some examples of non-reoccurring lump-sum payments that may be excluded include:

SAM II Code Examples Non-Reoccurring Lump-Sum Payment Examples
CLNT Client Pay
PMVHS/PMEAL Housing or Meal Allowances
EMPSG Employee Suggestion Awards
2ALPO/2ALPP Annual Leave and State Comp Time Payoffs at Termination or Transfer
BPFLT/BPMRG Back Pay Flat Tax and Marginal Tax Awards
CLNTD Client Worker Dollar Based Adjustments
FCPO/HCPO Federal or Holiday Comp Time Payoffs
PAUTO Auto Commute Benefits
PEDUC Educational Reimbursement
PGTLF Group Term Life Insurance
PQMV/PNQMV Qualified and non-qualified moving expenses
PPHON/PUNIF Phone or Uniform Allowances
SCPO/SCMPO State Comp Time Payoffs Before and After Termination
PAWRD/SAFTY/PPLUS MoDOT Awards
All Other Imputed Wages (Fringe Benefits) or Excess Compensation

Access Authorization Secure Employer Login Form

InstructionsAccess Authorization Form

  • On the Employers page, go to the Secure Employer Login section
  • Click on Request Access to this Feature
  • Click Open in the pop-up box
  • Fill out and print the form
  • See back of form for directions
  • Obtain department director signature
  • Mail the signed form to MOSERS
  • Once approved, MOSERS will send a notification that you are authorized to register for access to the employer portion of the MOSERS’ website. Go to the Employer section of the site and click on Register to complete the process
  • Be sure to register for the HR update when requesting Employer access

Employer Home Page

FeaturesEmployer Homepage

  1. Employers Menu
    • Annual Benefits U Conference information
    • Contribution rates
    • CURP
    • Forms
    • HR Update
    • Job Status Change flyer
    • MSEP 2011 Resource Center
    • Optional Life Calculator
    • Publication Order Form
    • Procedures Manual
    • Publications
  2. Search Content on the MOSERS Website from Any Page
  3. Secure Employer Login
    • View service information on employees
    • Run reports
    • Submit electronic forms
  4. Request Access to the Employer Site
    • Download the form Access Authorization Secure Employer Login
  5. Find it Fast
    • Quickly navigate to frequently used web pages, forms and brochures
  6. Downloadable Resources
    • Links directly to downloadable flyers that you can use to promote aspects of your benefit package. Print these and put them up on bulletin boards, in break rooms, or wherever your employees can read them!

Employer Home Page - After Login

FeaturesSecure Employer Homepage

  1. Reports/Lookup
    • Eligible to Retire Report
    • Optional Life Coverage Amounts (January to March)
    • Retirement Plan Lookup
    • Service Report
  2. Expiration Timer
    • Shows when the session will expire from inactivity. This is an additional security measure in case you forget to log out.
  3. Error Reports
    • Active Pending Application
    • Aged Accounts Report
    • Annual Salary Verification Report (August and September)
    • Missing Email Report
    • MOSERS Invalid Address
    • Retiree Sick Leave
    • Retirees Requiring Termination Forms
    • SAM II Address Match
    • Terminated Report
    • Transfer Report
  4. Employer Login
    • As an authorized employer, you may access an employee’s personal information by entering his or her social security number
  5. Miscellaneous
    • Access MOSERS Publications Request form
    • SEBES link

Member Personal Information Home Page - After Login

FeaturesSecure Member HOmepage

  1. Employer Forms
    • Access electronic forms that may be completed and submitted online
  2. Employer Reports
    • Access MOSERS reports regarding your employees
  3. Error Reports
    • Access MOSERS Error Reports
  4. Member Home Page
    • View member’s name, physical address, work phone, home phone, email address, date of birth, marital status, life insurance, service credit history, and benefit estimates

When you enter the member’s social security number, the member’s home page will appear.

Online Publication Order Form

InstructionsPublications Order Form

  1. Select Type of Publication
    • Informative brochure
    • Life insurance/LTD Publications
    • Handbooks
  2. Click Item for Description & Enter Quantity
    • Item (name & description of item)
    • Quantity (enter amount needed)
  3. Update
    • Click Update at the end of each page to save your entries
  4. Checkout
    • When your order is complete, click Checkout
  5. Forms and Publications
    • Forms and publications that are not listed are not available and need to be submitted or reviewed electronically


MOSERS
Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
Address: 907 Wildwood Dr., Jefferson City, MO 65102
https://www.mosers.org/images/mosers-logo-bg-375-280.jpg Phone: 800.827.1063 URL: Email: mosers@mosers.org Founded On: September 1, 1957