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Can I borrow or cash out any of my CalSTRS retirement benefits while I am still working in CalSTRS-covered employment?

... employer are eligible for a refund of accumulated retirement contributions. If you are eligible for a refund, the ... Defined Benefit Supplement account also can only be made after having terminated employment with a CalSTRS-covered employer for at ...

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Can I borrow or cash out any of my CalSTRS retirement benefits while I am still working in CalSTRS-covered employment?

... employer are eligible for a refund of accumulated retirement contributions. If you are eligible for a refund, the consequences ... Defined Benefit Supplement account also can only be made after having terminated employment with a CalSTRS-covered employer for at ...

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What exactly is the reason for the separation from service for 180 days or six months?

... to all new, current and retired members who retire on or after January 1, 2013, regardless of your age, for the first 180 days of your most recent retirement, or essentially the first six months following your most recent ...

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What exactly is the reason for the separation from service for six months?

... to all new, current and retired members who retire on or after January 1, 2013, regardless of your age, for the first 180 days of your most recent retirement, or essentially the first six months following your most recent ...

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CalSTRS Director of Corporate Governance Set to Retire
Anne Sheehan

... (Jan. 18, 2018) – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System’s Director of Corporate Governance, Anne Sheehan, announced that she will retire March 30, 2018 after 10 years at the helm of the division. Ms. Sheehan was hired in 2008 ...

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Assumptions Adjustments May Impact Members

... You have likely heard or read here that the Teachers’ Retirement Board has lowered several long-term actuarial assumptions , ... act to adopt a responsible funding solution. After months of thoughtful analysis and discussion, the board exercised its ...

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CalSTRS Names New Defined Contribution Plan Chief

... WEST SACRAMENTO, CA – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) today announced the appointment of Sandy Blair ... contribution plans, members typically retire at age 62, after decades in the classroom, with a pension that replaces about 53 percent ...

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CalSTRS Names New Defined Contribution Plan Chief

... WEST SACRAMENTO, CA – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) today announced the appointment of Sandy Blair ... contribution plans, members typically retire at age 62, after decades in the classroom, with a pension that replaces about 53 percent ...

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If passed, would the Governor’s 12-point proposal eliminate postretirement employment and would it include college instructors?

Currently the Teacher’s Retirement Law restricts the amount you can earn in a CalSTRS-covered position after you retire without it affecting your retirement benefit. For example, ... date of the legislation would be prohibited from working either as an employee or contractor for any California public ...

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Can a teacher retire at age 50 with 25 years of service credit but defer pension payments until age 60-62?

You are not required to begin to receive a retirement benefit once you stop working in a CalSTRS-covered position; you can leave your money in CalSTRS ... receive retirement benefits within a certain time period after ceasing work. (Ask Jack, Ask Jack) ...

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