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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 03:05PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Your as dumb as a stick, Linus.

Your? LOL! That's going to hit the autistic freak hard!

> Socks are of
> little value save in providing warmth under some
> extreme circumstances and insulation against
> friction from cheap, new, or ill-fitting shoes.

The medical community disagrees.

> Do you imagine that I would have worn socks as a
> D1 hockey player? LOL!

I imagine that you are wanting to shift the conversation away from your hatred of socks, which is just one of the abnormalities that exposes you as an autistic freak.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 09, 2022 03:17PM

Just highlighting more aspects of your extreme ignorance and worsening delusional state. Q

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 03:28PM

LOL! You are the autistic freak. Your own words confirm it, Arnie. No matter how much you want to rail against socks because of your affliction, the medical community disagrees with you about their value. Of course, you would want to discount their professional acumen on the matter given your condition. Freak.

Don't want to talk about trains, Arnie? LOL!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 09, 2022 04:16PM

Your sock fetish is as disinformed and disingenuous as your fetish for feeble falsehoods. Trains are meanwhile much like golf, tennis, fashion, or stamp-collecting. They appeal to some people and not to others. Your phony psycho-babble is all just discombobulated, out of the loop garbage.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 04:35PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Your sock fetish is as disinformed and
> disingenuous as your fetish for feeble falsehoods.

No fetish. Just pointing out that many people with your condition have an aversion to socks. Despite your bogus claims (claims derived, no doubt, from the shame you feel for being an autistic freak), the medical community has long promoted the use of socks for hygienic reasons.

No falsehoods either. That's why you can't find actual evidence of any or find actual evidence to substantiate your claims. Of course, your lies are born out of the shame you feel for being wrong. You end up looking crippled by your autism.

> Trains are meanwhile much like golf, tennis,
> fashion, or stamp-collecting. They appeal to some
> people and not to others.

They appeal to autistic freaks. Not exclusively, but they do. Scholarly articles have been written about it. Choo, Choo, Arnie!

> Your phony
> psycho-babble is all just discombobulated, out of
> the loop garbage.

Yeah, it's just pure coincidence that you exhibit many of the tendencies of an autistic freak. No connection at all! LOL!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: May 09, 2022 04:36PM

Davis store Wrote:
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> h brake Wrote:
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> -----
> > long beach Wrote:
> >
> -------------------------0033-------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Retired1 Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.Thank
> > you
> > > > for visiting the Retirement Section on the
> > City
> > > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or laterThank
> > you
> > > for
> > > > visiting the Retirement Section on the City
> > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 09, 2022 04:43PM

LOL! Aren’t you the fool who somehow believes that driving a Subaru means one is gay? What a dope!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/09/2022 04:45PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: sweet spot=bung hole ()
Date: May 09, 2022 04:50PM

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> > > Retired1 Wrote:
> > >
> >
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> >
> > > -----
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.Thank
> > you
> > > > for visiting the Retirement Section on the
> > City
> > > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or laterThank
> > you
> > > for
> > > > visiting the Retirement Section on the City
> > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 04:56PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> LOL! Aren’t you the fool who somehow believes
> that driving a Subaru means one is gay? What a
> dope!

Where did I say that? Be specific, Arnie. Of course, once you realize you fucked up, you'll hem and haw your way around it.

And that has nothing to do with the fact that you are an autistic freak. You exhibit far too many tendencies to not be.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: tarder sauce ()
Date: May 09, 2022 05:00PM

Ricky Retardo Wrote:
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> RE, Tards Wrote:
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is sad : ( ()
Date: May 09, 2022 05:31PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Your sock fetish is as disinformed and
> disingenuous as your fetish for feeble falsehoods.
> Trains are meanwhile much like golf, tennis,
> fashion, or stamp-collecting. They appeal to some
> people and not to others. Your phony
> psycho-babble is all just discombobulated, out of
> the loop garbage.


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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: V ()
Date: May 09, 2022 05:38PM

JP is sad : ( Wrote:
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> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Your sock fetish is as disinformed and
> > disingenuous as your fetish for feeble
> falsehoods.
> > Trains are meanwhile much like golf, tennis,
> > fashion, or stamp-collecting. They appeal to
> some
> > people and not to others. Your phony
> > psycho-babble is all just discombobulated, out
> of
> > the loop garbage.
>
>
> src="https://media3.giphy.com/media/7hvkctkRc3Q6Q/
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Hi General Mahdi.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: ugu6h ()
Date: May 09, 2022 06:39PM

^^^ lol, lol!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 09, 2022 07:52PM

^^^ Morons making fools of themselves.’

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 08:00PM

Arnie's autism is getting the better of him again. He can't control it!

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> LOL! Aren’t you the fool who somehow believes
> that driving a Subaru means one is gay? What a
> dope!

Where did I say that? Be specific, Arnie. Of course, once you realize you fucked up, you'll hem and haw your way around it.

And that has nothing to do with the fact that you are an autistic freak. You exhibit far too many tendencies to not be.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is angry! ()
Date: May 09, 2022 08:01PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> ^^^ Morons making fools of themselves.’


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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 08:10PM

He is angry. Autistic folks are known to throw temper tantrums that boil over into full on meltdowns.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Gayvid Blimm0 ()
Date: May 09, 2022 08:42PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> The big bad boot is a long way up your sorry ass,
> Gayvid. And for all you other hollow-headed
> trash-talker wannabes, my own pension is quite
> easily into six figures. The wife’s is as well
> but not quite so easily. Then again she has five
> figure SS and private sector benefits as well.
> Then there are those high five-figure RMDs that
> keep rolling in each year, and that isn’t to
> mention investment income. We do of course live a
> high-cost lifestyle, but fortunately for us, our
> incomes are simply higher still. Eat your hearts
> out, losers.

The only place there's any "big bad boot" is in your mouth where you put it, shitstain.

Nobody believes your 6 fig. BS. You get caught lying every day.

No,body envies a GS no,day in a falling apart house on. A middling pension. Especially a nasty asshole loser like you.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JNPYT ()
Date: May 09, 2022 08:44PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> He is angry. Autistic folks are known to throw
> temper tantrums that boil over into full on
> meltdowns.


So that explains Gerund Boy's tantrums & his juvenile potty mouth name calling.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 09, 2022 08:50PM

Merely stating what’s entirely obvious — Linus has not survived strewn paths and Cafe Mozart. All is lost for him. He’s now just a delusional mess.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: No take-backs ()
Date: May 09, 2022 09:07PM

Did you forget already that you conceded that he was right?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city..... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 09:30PM

Another autism induced meltdown from the resident fraud. He still can't where I claimed that driving a Subaru means someone is gay.

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Merely stating what’s entirely obvious — Linus
> has not survived strewn paths and Cafe Mozart.

You fell way short on both. You conceded I was correct about Cafe Mozart and you got a big ZERO on what is on the path next to the crape myrtles.

> All is lost for him. He’s now just a delusional
> mess.

Funny you mention delusions. I used to think that you were delusional, maybe even a sociopath. As time went on though, it became abundantly clear you are nothing more than an autistic freak. Diagnosed or undiagnosed, high-functioning or not, you are clearly crippled by your autism.

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> No socks, though. I've always hated socks.

https://themighty.com/2016/10/learning-to-love-socks-with-autism-and-sensory-issues/

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> then follow up with some pinball at the
> dirty bookstore at 14th & H. I just dominated one
> of their machines (Williams Super Star) on
> a regular basis.

https://www.autismworks.com/blog/pinball

And, let's not forget his inability to admit mistakes (which accounts for most of his lies here) and absolute and unfettered need to get the last word in.

https://www.bristolautismsupport.org/managing-conflicts/

His abuse of alcohol.

https://www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/professional-practice/autism-alcohol

He smoked late in age. Well past the time it was considered normal or accepted.

https://neuroclastic.com/nicotine-addiction-the-issue-for-autistics-that-goes-by-the-wayside/

Is there really any question?

And these are just a few of the traits that he possesses indicating he's an autistic freak. I can name more

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city..... ()
Date: May 09, 2022 09:30PM

No take-backs Wrote:
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> Did you forget already that you conceded that he
> was right?


He's hoping nobody remembers.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Marty McSorley ()
Date: May 09, 2022 10:08PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Your as dumb as a stick,
>
>
>
> Do you imagine that I would have worn socks as a
> D1 hockey player? LOL!


Well you're dumber than a hockey puck, moron. If you don't wear socks under skates, you're going to have some real nasty blisters. Looks like you got caught lying about playing hockey.

Or was it a hockey theme pinball game you played in the dirty book store? Lol at a lying idiot

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 02:26AM

Ah yes, with these needy babbling bozos, you can always count on the good old ignorance, envy, and butthurt to come shining through. There are six edges on the blade of each skate, and the feel and feedback from those edges is what guides your skating. Barefoot skating means the sweat from your foot will help form a bond with the boot of your skate that maximizes that feel and feedback. It’s a little like the difference in feel for the road in driving with a manual rather than an automatic transmission.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Orrson Welles ()
Date: May 10, 2022 04:39AM

Zero chance of obtaining blisters from 3 periods of riding the bench.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 07:02AM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> Where did I say that? Be specific, Arnie.

I specifically asked abiou what you beldieved, not what you said. It was quite clear, but you sonehow fucked it up

> Of course, once you realize you fucked up, you'll hem
> and haw your way around it.

No, I'll just set the record straight, as usual.

> And that has nothing to do with the fact that you
> are an autistic freak. You exhibit far too many
> tendencies to not be.

On the basis of your vast google education? Hahaha! Being the only one you have does not make it any more useful or relevant. And you should remember (as you will not), that what is implied in a text is as important as what is stated. Dancing around that culpability (as lying frauds are so often wont to do) is an admission of it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 07:57AM

seven figure city..... Wrote:
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> You conceded I was correct about Cafe Mozart and
< you got a big ZERO on what is on the path next
> to the crape myrtles.

Twice wrong, but whio's counting.

> Funny you mention delusions. I used to think that
> you were delusional, maybe even a sociopath. As
> time went on though, it became abundantly clear
> you are nothing more than an autistic freak.
> Diagnosed or undiagnosed, high-functioning or not,
> you are clearly crippled by your autism.

Hmmm. Your version of 'crippled' would then mean educational and professional success far beyond anything you have ever even dreamed of, success leading so far to a decade of deluxe life as a wealthy retiree living an idyllic, carefree life in a magnificent home on a much larger than average lot amidst the woods, fields, and streams of the beautiful Sweet Spot. Where my actual wife and I enjoy all the finer things in life, including frequent upscale dining and half-season tickets at Nats Park that we will be using again later today, and that also include reserved in-stadium parking. I'll take it.

> And these are just a few of the traits that he
> possesses indicating he's an autistic freak. I can
> name more

Not without further defining yourself as a desperate and badly defeated delusionist. Linus used to take his many beatings more like a quasi-man. Now it'a all Fag-Boy and his faded retrograde pussy shit -- a marked decline.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 08:10AM

Orrson Welles Wrote:
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> Zero chance of obtaining blisters from 3 periods
> of riding the bench.

You don't get so many shoulder separations from riding the bench. Those are more likely to result from being tripped from behind while on a breakaway, or being checked into the goalpost while crashing the net. Just more in the way of life experiences that you will never have. Much like dining at Brine or Cafe Mozart.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Meet The Mets ()
Date: May 10, 2022 09:55AM

Go Mets!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Dave Schultz ()
Date: May 10, 2022 10:29AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Ah yes, with these needy babbling bozos, you can
> always count on the good old ignorance, envy, and
> butthurt to come shining through. There are six
> edges on the blade of each skate, and the feel and
> feedback from those edges is what guides your
> skating. Barefoot skating means the sweat from
> your foot will help form a bond with the boot of
> your skate that maximizes that feel and feedback.
> It’s a little like the difference in feel for
> the road in driving with a manual rather than an
> automatic transmission.


And you STILL get blisters so you can't skate the next 3 games.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pointer outer of things ()
Date: May 10, 2022 10:35AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Gayvid Blimm0 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Nobody's got the "right" to commit murder.
>
> How many lynchings did your racist prick people
> carry out in the past?
>
> >

BZZZZZZZZZTTT!!!!!

VIOLATION ONE: Deflection. Not allowed. PENALTY!!

VIOLATION TWO: Accusing your opponent of what you do. Violator has shown he's racist by using words like "schwug", "spade" and "jigaboo". PENBALTY!!

ADDITIONAL PENALTY!!! Multiple violations in 1 post.

BZZZZZZTTTT!!!!!!


Dimwit got 3 penalties! Dimwit got 3 penalties. nyaah nyaaah nyahh nyaaah naaaah!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 10:52AM

Well, the wobbling Whiffies can only whine and wail from the woeful depths of their own digging, as they continually venture well beyond the bounds of their limited capabilities and competencies. Cats on a hot stove. Fish out of water. The story is always the same with these luridly hapless losers. We're meanwhile back on the weather beam out here in the glorious Sweet Spot now. It was a sunny 42 degrees outside when I got up and we should see just about 70 as a high. Light winds out of the north and more low humidity, with very little chance of rain today. A beaurtul day for baseball and anything else we decide to do.

Real President Joe must meanwhile deal with whiny NIMBY loser types who can't understand that an EU boycott of Russian oil and gas will have an impact on energy prices in the US. The heavens forfend that they should drive less, carpool, use mass transit, or dump the gas guzzler for a fuel efficient vehicle. These dimbulb me-me-me goobers are just insufferable.

In other news, The Nats were off yesterday and will be back in action at home this evening against NYM. We're sticking with Patrick Corbin, but the Metropolitans have not yet annpunced who will take the hill for them. The wife and I will be there, but not two of our ballpark pals. They went west to visit and have now returned with two cases of COVID, so they'll be quarantined for a bit. Tough break, but they'll be back.

Of cpurse, people used to say that about fumbling Falls Church City, and in fifty years. it hasn't happened yet. Weighted down by so many useless clods and clowns, the place has become a magnet for downscale dopes and dummies. No sense in hanging with the likes of such rude ruffians, so simply bypassing the place is the order of the day. Nothing there that would be missed in any case.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 11:07AM

Dave Schultz Wrote:
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> And you STILL get blisters so you can't skate the
> next 3 games.

No, you don't. Once your skates are broken in, there is no friction at all between the boot and your foot. They are molded together as one. Now, some people these days are wearing Kevlar knee-high skate socks, and if I were still playing, I might give them a try. Their purpose is to reduce the possibility of serious lacerations from the skate of another player as the result of falls or collisions. Sensible in theory, all else being equal.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Bosko Bokanovich ()
Date: May 10, 2022 11:47AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Dave Schultz Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > And you STILL get blisters so you can't skate
> the
> > next 3 games.
>
> No, you don't.

Yes you do .



> Once your skates are broken in,
> there is no friction at all between the boot and
> your foot.

Yes there is.

> They are molded together as one.



WRONG.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Gayvid Blimm0 ()
Date: May 10, 2022 11:51AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> .
>
>
> The heavens forfend
> that they should drive less, carpool, use mass
> transit, or dump the gas guzzler for a fuel
> efficient vehicle. These dimbulb me-me-me goobers
> are just insufferable.
>
>

I don't see you doing any of that, Mr. Sweet Spot Wealthy Retiree Hypocrite. Typical libstain. "Do as I say, not as I do.". Asswipes like you need to be deported

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 12:12PM

Gayvid Blimm0 Wrote:
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> I don't see you doing any of that, Mr. Sweet Spot
> Wealthy Retiree Hypocrite.

You have a long and humiliating history of not seeing much of anything at all. The writing on the wall certainly being at or very near the top of that list.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 10, 2022 12:31PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> I specifically asked abiou what you beldieved, not
> what you said. It was quite clear, but you
> sonehow fucked it up

So it wasn't a rhetorical question? Just like your 501(c)(3) flop? I guess that is to be expected from someone afflicted with autism. They don't process rhetorical questions the way the rest of us do.

To answer your question, I have no beliefs about the sexual orientation of those who choose to drive Subarus aka dykewagons.

> No, I'll just set the record straight, as usual.

LOL! That would require you entering actual evidence into the record. You know, the way you did with Brockmont, Great Forest, American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial, and a long list of other flops for you? (that's a rhetorical question)

> On the basis of your vast google education?

On the basis of the traits and characteristics you demonstrate here and your own statements. It's actually quite clear. Autistic freak.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Gayvid Blimm0 ()
Date: May 10, 2022 12:48PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Gayvid Blimm0 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I don't see you doing any of that, Mr. Sweet
> Spot
> > Wealthy Retiree Hypocrite.
>
> You have a long and humiliating history of not
> seeing much of anything at all. The writing on
> the wall certainly being at or very near the top
> of that list.


Not relevant, jackoff. It was pointed out you don't dive less, carpool or uses transit. In fact, you've let everybody know you drive drunk. You admitted you drive SUVs, which are gas guzzlers. So here you are playing the self righteous hypocrite asshole you are. You jut put your "big bad boot" in your mouth again, dolt.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 12:55PM

Go fuck your sorry self, Linus. Your autism campaign is going down the dumper as fast as your claims for waves of new restaurants opening in the Sickly City. You can’t compete with people like me on any basis at all. The Cat Lady was here. The Grounds Crew was here. The Cleaning People are coming. And to top off the day, we’ll be headed down Wash Ave again to enjoy a ballgame from our Club Level seats. All part of a life that you can’t recognize, or even imagine.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 01:09PM

Gayvid Blimm0 Wrote:
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> Not relevant, jackoff. It was pointed out you
> don't dive less, carpool or uses transit. In
> fact, you've let everybody know you drive drunk.
> You admitted you drive SUVs, which are gas
> guzzlers. So here you are playing the self
> righteous hypocrite asshole you are. You jut put
> your "big bad boot" in your mouth again, dolt.

LOL! Linus posting as Gayvid. Likely not for the first time. What a dick!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: May 10, 2022 01:10PM

Davis store Wrote:
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> h brake Wrote:
> ------------------------77&&--------------------------
> -----
> > long beach Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Retired1 Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.Thank
> > you
> > > > for visiting the Retirement Section on the
> > City
> > > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or laterThank
> > you
> > > for
> > > > visiting the Retirement Section on the City
> > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
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Date: May 10, 2022 01:11PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 01:23PM

What a surprise to see spam posted as soon as Linus’s recent extra-curriculars were exposed. Hahahahaha!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Someone dress you too? ()
Date: May 10, 2022 01:36PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Go fuck your sorry self, Linus. Your autism
> campaign is going down the dumper as fast as your
> claims for waves of new restaurants opening in the
> Sickly City. You can’t compete with people like
> me on any basis at all. The Cat Lady was here.
> The Grounds Crew was here. The Cleaning People are
> coming. And to top off the day, we’ll be headed
> down Wash Ave again to enjoy a ballgame from our
> Club Level seats. All part of a life that you
> can’t recognize, or even imagine.


Sounds like a tard who can't care for themselves.

Funny that the old guy's biggest point of pride is a half-season ticket package. lol

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 10, 2022 01:37PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Go fuck your sorry self, Linus.

There's that autistic rage coming out again.

> Your autism
> campaign is going down the dumper

No campaign, just stating the facts.

> as fast as your
> claims for waves of new restaurants opening in the
> Sickly City.

Not my claim. That'd be your boy Nick.

> You can’t compete with people like
> me on any basis at all.

I'm not really interested in being an autistic asshole.

> The Cat Lady was here.

https://www.news18.com/news/buzz/children-with-autism-prefer-cats-as-pets-because-of-their-less-intrusive-glance-2877871.html

https://kathyhoopmann.com/all-cats-are-on-the-autism-spectrum/

LOL!

> The Grounds Crew was here.

You have a grounds crew? How cosmopolitan of you! All I have is a lowly lawn and landscape service. Come to think of it, most of my neighbors do as well.

> The Cleaning People are
> coming.

Good thing. We know what a slob you can be with leaving your work papers on the stove and all.

> And to top off the day, we’ll be headed
> down Wash Ave again to enjoy a ballgame from our
> Club Level seats.

Where you won't be able to report what is on the path next to the crape myrtles.

> All part of a life that you
> can’t recognize, or even imagine.

Actually seems pretty routine and mundane. Repetitive in fact. Autistic people tend to prefer repetition and sameness. Perhaps that explains your daily, unread shitposts. It's part of your routine that you don't have the self-control to stop.

All these things you boast of though are just another indicator of your affliction. Scholarly articles have suggested that individuals with autism, may overcompensate for feelings of inadequacy in social situations by becoming arrogant and egocentric. Studies also found that those with autism have considerable difficulty acknowledging that they have made a mistake, and can be hypersensitive to any suggestion of criticism, yet overly critical of others. Wow! You exhibit all of those tendencies on a regular basis here.

It's not too late to get help. But, you are probably too much of a coward to do that.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 10, 2022 01:39PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> What a surprise to see spam posted as soon as
> Linus’s recent extra-curriculars were exposed.
> Hahahahaha!

If I wanted to hide your post, why did I quote it in its entirety? See if you can wrap your autistic, addled brain around that one. Freak.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Boxer Motor ()
Date: May 10, 2022 01:40PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> What a surprise to see spam posted as soon as
> Linus’s recent extra-curriculars were exposed.
> Hahahahaha!

^^^ Sock puppet operator formerly known as The POOPeteer.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: sweet spot=bung hole ()
Date: May 10, 2022 01:47PM

Davis store Wrote:
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> h brake Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > long beach Wrote:
> >
> -----------------------------------6h6hy---------------
>
> > -----
> > > Retired1 Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.Thank
> > you
> > > > for visiting the Retirement Section on the
> > City
> > > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or laterThank
> > you
> > > for
> > > > visiting the Retirement Section on the City
> > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 10, 2022 02:00PM

Linus is but a bitter broke—ass dope in a dump loser who’s had the living shit kicked out of him here for years. No money, no wife, no kids, no education, no car or job of any note. Knows nothing at all about goings on in the miserable cut-through plot of teeny tiny lots he claims to live in. Basically, just a failed, no account, nobody.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 10, 2022 02:03PM

LOL!

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Go fuck your sorry self, Linus.

There's that autistic rage coming out again.

> Your autism
> campaign is going down the dumper

No campaign, just stating the facts.

> as fast as your
> claims for waves of new restaurants opening in the
> Sickly City.

Not my claim. That'd be your boy Nick.

> You can’t compete with people like
> me on any basis at all.

I'm not really interested in being an autistic asshole.

> The Cat Lady was here.

https://www.news18.com/news/buzz/children-with-autism-prefer-cats-as-pets-because-of-their-less-intrusive-glance-2877871.html

https://kathyhoopmann.com/all-cats-are-on-the-autism-spectrum/

LOL!

> The Grounds Crew was here.

You have a grounds crew? How cosmopolitan of you! All I have is a lowly lawn and landscape service. Come to think of it, most of my neighbors do as well.

> The Cleaning People are
> coming.

Good thing. We know what a slob you can be with leaving your work papers on the stove and all.

> And to top off the day, we’ll be headed
> down Wash Ave again to enjoy a ballgame from our
> Club Level seats.

Where you won't be able to report what is on the path next to the crape myrtles.

> All part of a life that you
> can’t recognize, or even imagine.

Actually seems pretty routine and mundane. Repetitive in fact. Autistic people tend to prefer repetition and sameness. Perhaps that explains your daily, unread shitposts. It's part of your routine that you don't have the self-control to stop.

All these things you boast of though are just another indicator of your affliction. Scholarly articles have suggested that individuals with autism, may overcompensate for feelings of inadequacy in social situations by becoming arrogant and egocentric. Studies also found that those with autism have considerable difficulty acknowledging that they have made a mistake, and can be hypersensitive to any suggestion of criticism, yet overly critical of others. Wow! You exhibit all of those tendencies on a regular basis here.

It's not too late to get help. But, you are probably too much of a coward to do that.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Ricky Retardo ()
Date: May 10, 2022 02:06PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
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Date: May 10, 2022 02:21PM

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> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.Thank
> > you
> > > > for visiting the Retirement Section on the
> > City
> > > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or laterThank
> > you
> > > for
> > > > visiting the Retirement Section on the City
> > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 10, 2022 02:22PM

Your spam doesn't make this go away.

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Go fuck your sorry self, Linus.

There's that autistic rage coming out again.

> Your autism
> campaign is going down the dumper

No campaign, just stating the facts.

> as fast as your
> claims for waves of new restaurants opening in the
> Sickly City.

Not my claim. That'd be your boy Nick.

> You can’t compete with people like
> me on any basis at all.

I'm not really interested in being an autistic asshole.

> The Cat Lady was here.

https://www.news18.com/news/buzz/children-with-autism-prefer-cats-as-pets-because-of-their-less-intrusive-glance-2877871.html

https://kathyhoopmann.com/all-cats-are-on-the-autism-spectrum/

LOL!

> The Grounds Crew was here.

You have a grounds crew? How cosmopolitan of you! All I have is a lowly lawn and landscape service. Come to think of it, most of my neighbors do as well.

> The Cleaning People are
> coming.

Good thing. We know what a slob you can be with leaving your work papers on the stove and all.

> And to top off the day, we’ll be headed
> down Wash Ave again to enjoy a ballgame from our
> Club Level seats.

Where you won't be able to report what is on the path next to the crape myrtles.

> All part of a life that you
> can’t recognize, or even imagine.

Actually seems pretty routine and mundane. Repetitive in fact. Autistic people tend to prefer repetition and sameness. Perhaps that explains your daily, unread shitposts. It's part of your routine that you don't have the self-control to stop.

All these things you boast of though are just another indicator of your affliction. Scholarly articles have suggested that individuals with autism, may overcompensate for feelings of inadequacy in social situations by becoming arrogant and egocentric. Studies also found that those with autism have considerable difficulty acknowledging that they have made a mistake, and can be hypersensitive to any suggestion of criticism, yet overly critical of others. Wow! You exhibit all of those tendencies on a regular basis here.

It's not too late to get help. But, you are probably too much of a coward to do that.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP not signed in. ()
Date: May 10, 2022 02:24PM

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