Pictured are: JCCC Warden Doris Falkenrath, DOC Director Anne Precythe, MOSERS Executive Director Abby Spieler, and Deputy Warden Billy Dunbar.

On the Road to Educate Members About Their Benefits

As part of MOSERS efforts to partner with the Dept of Corrections (DOC) on employee recruitment and retention, we are staffing 25 benefit fairs around the state this year.

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A Tale of Two Retirees

In a previous edition of RetireeNews, we asked you to share your retirement stories. We received several submissions and hope to feature them all over time. This edition features the story of Leon Wahlbrink.

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Reporting a Death to MOSERS

Knowing the steps to take as a survivor is important for you and your beneficiaries.

Changes in Your Benefit Amount

The amount of your monthly pension benefit payment could change for a variety of reasons

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Crash Course in Returning to Work after Retirement

Thinking about returning to work? It is important for you to know if your monthly pension benefit will be affected.

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Ready to Retire? Retire Online!

Many of our members retire online after attending a Ready to Retire seminar (or two), making an appointment to speak with a MOSERS benefit counselor to discuss retirement options...

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Unused Sick Leave FAQs

We understand that you may have questions about unused sick leave upon retirement. Let’s break down the basics of sick leave.

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Life Services Toolkit

Members who have life insurance through MOSERS have access to an online toolkit of resources from The Standard Insurance Company.

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Discover Our Online Library

Did you know that our online library is a one-stop shop for all MOSERS publications and many forms?

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Public Pension Tax Deduction Changes for 2024

If you are approaching retirement or if you are already a retiree, you should know that you may be able to deduct a portion of your public pension benefit on your Missouri tax return.

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Leaving State Employment?

Did you know that members of MSEP 2011 or the Judicial Plan 2011 who leave state employment may request a refund of their employee contributions?

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I’m a new MOSERS member. Where do I start?

Understanding your MOSERS benefits may seem like a lot – but rest assured, MOSERS is here to help guide you along the way.

When am I eligible to retire?

As an inactive-vested member, you will receive your MOSERS benefit statement once every five years showing your retirement eligibility.

What can I do in myMOSERS?

As an inactive-vested member, you still have access to myMOSERS. If you are busy during the day and don't have time to call or email a MOSERS benefit counselor, you can complete almost any task using the self-service features of our member portal.

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A Message from ARMSE

The Active and Retired Missouri State Employees group (ARMSE) monitors your retirement and medical insurance benefits.

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A Moment with MOSERS November 2023

A summary of the November 2023 Board of Trustees meeting.

Is Your Address Current?

If your address is out of date or invalid, you won’t receive important information from MOSERS, such as some retirement and tax documents.

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A Moment with MOSERS September 2023

A summary of the September 2023 Board of Trustees meeting.

Understanding Your Normal Retirement Eligibility Date

Understanding when you are eligible for retirement is important. Retirement eligibility is based on a combination of your age and service and depends on your plan.

Benefit Payment Options - What Works for Me?

MOSERS offers several benefit payment options, and each option has its own advantages and disadvantages, depending on your own individual preferences, plans, financial situation, and the needs of those who are financially dependent on you.

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