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NYSTRS' strength and status as one of the largest and best-funded public pension funds in the country has been reaffirmed by a recently released financial report.
Delegates attending NYSTRS’ 2023 Annual Delegates Meeting re-elected Baldwinsville teacher Elizabeth A. Chetney to NYSTRS’ Board of Trustees.
Paul J. Farfaglia has been elected by the New York State Board of Regents to NYSTRS' Board of Trustees, marking a return to the Board he previously served for a decade until his retirement from teaching in 2019.
Eligible retirees will receive an extra $37.50 monthly beginning with the September 29 pension payment under New York’s legislated cost-of-living adjustment (COLA).
A fraudulent mobile app claiming to be "NYS Retirement" is currently available on Google Play. Do not download or use this fraudulent app. It is not affiliated with NYSTRS and may be an attempt to steal your personal data.
Deciding when to retire takes a lot of thought. One part of the process that is easy: Filing online!
If you’re thinking about retiring this year, you may have lots of questions. We are here to help you every step of the way!
Defined benefit pensions, like the one offered by NYSTRS, provided a valuable boost to state and national economies during the first year of the pandemic, a new study finds.
Review this headline often for the latest updates. PREP seminar videos are available online and consultations are being done by phone, personal device video and at several video consultation sites around the state.
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