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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 11:32AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> 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.

As true today as it was on Monday. Some things just don't change, and some people are just not capable of it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: bypy9 ()
Date: May 11, 2022 12:14PM

Booga-Booga-Booga!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: XNFLP ()
Date: May 11, 2022 01:17PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> > There's that autistic rage coming out again.
>
> Oh, it's just a standard greeting for low-life
> shit-slinging assholes.

Here we see more of Gerund Boy's dbl. std. It's ok for him to be a potty mouth juvenile but he calls other people childish. We see Gerund Boy being childish.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is lonely ()
Date: May 11, 2022 01:20PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> > 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.
>
> As true today as it was on Monday. Some things
> just don't change, and some people are just not
> capable of it.


thomas-and.gif

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 01:21PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> And if you returned home last
> night via Great Forest (the one without any
> townhouses),

Strange then that you claimed, "Great Forest as a whole is principally comprised of townhomes" and " "Great Forest consists principally of townhomes painted in a questionable array of Colors."

> it would seem that as has often been
> noted, you now agree that you have to LEAVE Falls
> Church City in order to get a decent meal.

You really are a geographically challenged moron. The meal was delicious.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 02:09PM

XNFLP Wrote:
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> Here we see more of Gerund Boy's dbl. std. It's
> ok for him to be a potty mouth juvenile but he
> calls other people childish. We see Gerund Boy
> being childish.

All these years, and still haven’t come up with an even semi-literate post. What an ass.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 02:19PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> Strange then that you claimed, "Great Forest as a
> whole is principally comprised of townhomes" and "
> "Great Forest consists principally of townhomes
> painted in a questionable array of Colors."

What do you take the word ‘principally’ to mean? How about ‘as a whole’?

> You really are a geographically challenged moron.

Well, I know a dining desert when I see one.

> The meal was delicious.

So you say, but we all know how much that means. And we all know why you chose not to name whatever hash-house you were dragged off to.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 02:30PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> What do you take the word ‘principally’ to
> mean?

Most of it. What do you take it to mean? After all, you've waffled on it for quite some time. First it is mostly townhouses then none. Which is it?

> How about ‘as a whole’?

Autistic asshole? Yeah, that's you.

> Well, I know a dining desert when I see one.

One of your desperate terms born out of a serious case of butthurt.

> So you say, but we all know how much that means.

LOL! I have standards. For instance, I don't eat at Subway.

> And we all know why you chose not to name whatever
> hash-house you were dragged off to.

Do you. You never asked. But, it did make you look like a fool when you claimed, "if you returned home last night via Great Forest (the one without any townhouses), it would seem that as has often been noted, you now agree that you have to LEAVE Falls Church City in order to get a decent meal."

Looks like your lost. Again. Dumb statement, Arnie.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: EMYCY ()
Date: May 11, 2022 02:33PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> XNFLP Wrote:
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> > Here we see more of Gerund Boy's dbl. std.
> It's
> > ok for him to be a potty mouth juvenile but he
> > calls other people childish. We see Gerund Boy
> > being childish.
>
> All these years, and still haven’t come up with
> an even semi-literate post. What an ass.

This is FFXU, Gerund Boy. Nobody cares about literate or not. & you don't got no biz. saying nothing about no literate posts. Every time you say wrong grammar, you say it's OK. Old Pottymouth's always got a excuse for their dbl. stds.. More fakery from Gerund Boy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 02:44PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> > 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.
>
> As true today as it was on Monday. Some things
> just don't change, and some people are just not
> capable of it.

Autistic people like you 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 your boasting is 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.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 03:02PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> > What do you take the word ‘principally’ to mean?
>
> Most of it. What do you take it to mean?

Doom for Linus and his latest English fuck-up.

And as a reminder to the terminally confused, all the townhouses are in itty bitty GFT. None are in the much larger GF.

> One of your desperate terms born out of a serious
> case of butthurt.

Wasn’t me who first applied the term ‘Dining desert’. It certainly is apt though.

> LOL! I have standards. For instance, I don't eat
> at Subway.

That’s not standards. It’s stupidity

> Do you. You never asked.

Shouldn’t have had to. Fraud.

> But, it did make you look like a fool when you
> claimed, "if you returned home last night via
> Great Forest (the one without any townhouses),
> it would seem that as has often been noted, you
> now agree that you have to LEAVE Falls Church
> City in order to get a decent meal."

So, where did you eat?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 03:09PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> And as a reminder to the terminally confused, all
> the townhouses are in itty bitty GFT.

Who informed you of that?

> None are in
> the much larger GF.

Strange then that you claimed "Great Forest consists principally of townhomes painted in a questionable array of Colors."

Now, you are saying they are two distinct neighborhoods.

> Wasn’t me who first applied the term ‘Dining
> desert’.

Sure it was.

> So, where did you eat?

Harvey's. How did you arrive at your stupid contention that I had to LEAVE Falls Church City?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 04:15PM

Kitty-corner from The Kensington. Shouldn’t have needed GF to get home though.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:44PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Kitty-corner from The Kensington.

Kitty-corner and east about a block and a half past the park entrance. Kitty-corner to the Kensington is the bank building. Google harder, Arnie. You are failing at it again.

> Shouldn’t
> have needed GF to get home though.

LOL! You can't be trusted to know the quickest route between any two places. You've made that clear many, many times. Probably because you don't get out much, if at all. Pennsylvania to Park to Virginia to Great Falls......

Right through much of Great Forest and past Park Place of Falls Church aka Great Forest Townhouses. Another trip that confirmed you are lying fraud.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: sweet spot=bung hole ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:46PM

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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: xmo5ry ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:51PM

Calp! Calp! Calp!

More Calpers please!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: KUYBX ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:52PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Kitty-corner from The Kensington. Shouldn’t
> have needed GF to get home though.


For a drunken Gerund Boy who says FC isn't worth their trouble, you sure are obsessed with it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Tardz ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:53PM

Tardz

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Tardz ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:53PM

Tardz

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is confused ()
Date: May 11, 2022 04:55PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Kitty-corner from The Kensington. Shouldn’t
> have needed GF to get home though.


thomas-and-friends-edward.gif

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 05:04PM

KUYBX Wrote:
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> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Kitty-corner from The Kensington. Shouldn’t
> > have needed GF to get home though.
>
>
> For a drunken Gerund Boy who says FC isn't worth
> their trouble, you sure are obsessed with it.

Some might call it a fixation! LOL!

https://theplaceforchildrenwithautism.com/what-is-autism/signs-of-autism-in-children/autism-fixations-ocd

But, I am sure that is just another coincidence! Like the trains. Like the cats. Like the pinball. Like the socks, etc., etc., etc. LOL!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 05:07PM

Notice how the spam appeared right after this post?

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Kitty-corner from The Kensington.

Kitty-corner and east about a block and a half past the park entrance. Kitty-corner to the Kensington is the bank building. Google harder, Arnie. You are failing at it again.

> Shouldn’t
> have needed GF to get home though.

LOL! You can't be trusted to know the quickest route between any two places. You've made that clear many, many times. Probably because you don't get out much, if at all. Pennsylvania to Park to Virginia to Great Falls......

Right through much of Great Forest and past Park Place of Falls Church aka Great Forest Townhouses. Another trip that confirmed you are lying fraud.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: MBFNS ()
Date: May 11, 2022 05:13PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> KUYBX Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Kitty-corner from The Kensington.
> Shouldn’t
> > > have needed GF to get home though.
> >
> >
> > For a drunken Gerund Boy who says FC isn't
> worth
> > their trouble, you sure are obsessed with it.
>
> Some might call it a fixation! LOL!
>
> https://theplaceforchildrenwithautism.com/what-is-
> autism/signs-of-autism-in-children/autism-fixation
> s-ocd
>
>
>
>


Really a fixation. Gerund Boy pretends to know a lot about FC but swears FC isn't worth them noticing.

& El BORRACHO Muchacho Del Gerundio says he went in the dirty book stores to play pinball. Right. Just like I told everybody I looked at Playboy for the articles when I was in HS.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 05:19PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> Notice how the spam appeared right after this
> post?
>
> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Kitty-corner from The Kensington.
>
> Kitty-corner and east about a block and a half
> past the park entrance. Kitty-corner to the
> Kensington is the bank building. Google harder,
> Arnie. You are failing at it again.
>
> > Shouldn’t
> > have needed GF to get home though.
>
> LOL! You can't be trusted to know the quickest
> route between any two places. You've made that
> clear many, many times. Probably because you don't
> get out much, if at all. Pennsylvania to Park to
> Virginia to Great Falls......
>
> Right through much of Great Forest and past Park
> Place of Falls Church aka Great Forest Townhouses.
> Another trip that confirmed you are lying fraud.


Kitty-corner and east about a block and a half, past the park entrance.

Needed that comma. Don't want Autistic Arnie's head to blow.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 05:20PM

Linus is delusional. And further, yOu (or whoever drove) could simply have gone down Broad Street. But good that the place has started branching out, after being basically thought of as just a breakfast/brunch place when it opened. Wonder if it can succeed where Plaka did not.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/11/2022 05:25PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 05:36PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Linus is delusional.

LOL! Sure thing, Arnie Autism.

> And further, yOu (or whoever
> drove) could simply have gone down Broad Street.

Why? Do you have some sort of love of traffic lights?

> But good that the place has started branching out,
> after being basically thought of as just a
> breakfast/brunch place when it opened.

Dope. What the fuck are you babbling on about, Arnie? It hasn't even been open two months. It hasn't even had enough time to be "thought of" for anything.

> Wonder if
> it can succeed where Plaka did not.

How did Plaka not succeed? Do you know anything about the hospitality industry? You claim to be this well connected guy, but then fall down on your face with stupid comments like this.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: 7njvx ()
Date: May 11, 2022 06:14PM

well he does know two assistant managers

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Harvey’s DC ()
Date: May 11, 2022 06:29PM

Anyone remember the old Harvey’s restaurant in DC on K St? “Restaurant of the Presidents.”

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 06:50PM

Vaguely. Never ate there. I remember Market Inn.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 06:50PM

Another butthurt-bomb from Linus the Loser. Traffic lights on Broad Street are not nearly relevant at nine o’clock at night. What Harvey focused on early was morning fare. And Plaka in Vienna continues to operate smoothly. We don’t eat there, but they’ve outdone the FCC version alright.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 07:18PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Another butthurt-bomb from Linus the Loser.

LOL! You fell flat on your face on all accounts. It was a complete wipeout for you.

> Traffic lights on Broad Street are not nearly
> relevant at nine o’clock at night.

LOL! They become even less relevant when you avoid nearly all of them.

> What Harvey
> focused on early was morning fare.

LOL! Yeah, if you want to be some autistic literal freak and talk about the very first five hours the place was open.

What Thomas focused on early, even in even the planning stages, was an all day restaurant. Fucking moron. Just ask him yourself. From what I saw, he's a pretty hands on owner/chef willing to chat up his customers. Besides, you might see another familiar face.

You have no basis to make your bogus claim. Is this seriously the best you can come up with you autistic freak? If your brain wasn't misfiring all the time, you'd realize how pathetic this makes you look. It looks worse than admitting you screwed up. Can your scrambled brain process that?

> And Plaka in
> Vienna continues to operate smoothly. We don’t
> eat there, but they’ve outdone the FCC version
> alright.

LOL! You have no basis to make this statement either. Besides, your original claim was that Plaka in Falls Church did not succeed at the Byron location. When pressed to substantiate your claim, you came up with this nonsense. It's obvious you can't substantiate your claim. It's always a stream of bullshit from you.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 07:43PM

Shove it up your useless ass, Linus. After delusional fraud, there are few claims that you can actually or validly make.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: May 11, 2022 07:50PM

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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 11, 2022 07:57PM

Another autism induced meltdown. Go watch some trains or play with your cats, maybe that will calm your scrambled mind, autistic freak.

You made claims that you can't substantiate. You got your ass handed to you. You should be used to it by now.

Thomas set out to open an all-day neighborhood restaurant/market. Your contention that there was a focus on breakfast is bullshit.

Plaka in the Byron was so successful that they moved less than a mile down the road to a bigger and more expensive space. Fucking moron. Get your head out of your ass.

Just like there are no townhouses "painted in a questionable array of colors" in Great Forest, those are the facts and there is nothing you can say or do to change those facts.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Ricky Retardo ()
Date: May 11, 2022 08:07PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 08:10PM

^^^ Sicko assfuck.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city..... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 08:21PM

Amazing how the spam appears right after this post....

Another autism induced meltdown. Go watch some trains or play with your cats, maybe that will calm your scrambled mind, autistic freak.

You made claims that you can't substantiate. You got your ass handed to you. You should be used to it by now.

Thomas set out to open an all-day neighborhood restaurant/market. Your contention that there was a focus on breakfast is bullshit.

Plaka in the Byron was so successful that they moved less than a mile down the road to a bigger and more expensive space. Fucking moron. Get your head out of your ass.

Just like there are no townhouses "painted in a questionable array of colors" in Great Forest, those are the facts and there is nothing you can say or do to change those facts.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 11, 2022 08:32PM

Linus is so fucked that it hurts just to watch it. What a disastrous douchebag loser.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 08:38PM

What is hurting you is the massive ass whooping you are getting here. You are petrified of this post....

Another autism induced meltdown. Go watch some trains or play with your cats, maybe that will calm your scrambled mind, autistic freak.

You made claims that you can't substantiate. You got your ass handed to you. You should be used to it by now.

Thomas set out to open an all-day neighborhood restaurant/market. Your contention that there was a focus on breakfast is bullshit.

Plaka in the Byron was so successful that they moved less than a mile down the road to a bigger and more expensive space. Fucking moron. Get your head out of your ass.

Just like there are no townhouses "painted in a questionable array of colors" in Great Forest, those are the facts and there is nothing you can say or do to change those facts.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: 4dl3e ()
Date: May 11, 2022 08:56PM

Lots of Autistic support groups in the area. There’s help out there for those who need it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: May 11, 2022 09:38PM

Well, first he'd need to recognize he is powerless to overcome his affliction on his own. His ego won't let him do that. Hell, it won't even allow him to acknowledge his condition. Of course, that inability is just another aspect of his affliction.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Prost! ()
Date: May 11, 2022 09:47PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> …and I went with a draft Mich Ultra.

Isn’t she always bragging about a German heritage? What kind of kraut could ever swallow that diluted piss-water of a beer?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: VFXWD ()
Date: May 11, 2022 11:22PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Shove it up your useless ass, Linus. After
> delusional fraud, there are few claims that you
> can actually or validly make.


Here we see the std. response from a drunken Gerund Boy when he gets caught in a lie. Juvenile potty mouth name calling. Gerund Boy is such a childish fake.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pointer Outer of Things ()
Date: May 11, 2022 11:25PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Linus is so fucked that it hurts just to watch it.
> What a disastrous douchebag loser.


Dimwit is such a disastrous puerile phoney. All he does is lie & call people bad names.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 12:56AM

Well, his autism condition doesn't allow much more from him, does it? Like the trains. Like the cats. Like the pinball. Like the socks. Like the fixations. Like the refusals to admit defeats. etc., etc., etc. LOL! I'm sure it's all just a coincidence!

Let's remember that 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. Sound familiar?

Happy to link to those articles. Think the lying fraud can link to anything substantiating his claims about Harvey's, Plaka, or Great Forest? Yeah, didn't think so!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 01:36AM

^^^ Damaged goods. Really badly damaged.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 07:19AM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> LOL! They become even less relevant when you avoid
> nearly all of them.

Nothing from nothing leaves nothing. If anyone drove through Great Forest in order to avoid traffic lights on Broad Street at 9:00 on a Tuesday night, they were plum fools.

> What Thomas focused on early, even in even the
> planning stages, was an all day restaurant.

Here then is an opportunity for you to learn about the difference between plans and operations, because the actual early days were built on breakfast and brunch.

> Fucking moron. Just ask him yourself. From what I
> saw, he's a pretty hands on owner/chef willing to
> chat up his customers.

There is very little chance on my becoming one. While I did briefly l;ive there in the 1960s, there has been no reason for me to return to Falls Church City for other than cut-through purposes since Shreve Plumbing closed.

> You have no basis to make your bogus claim.

Of course I do.

> LOL! You have no basis to make this statement either.

I certainly do.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 07:30AM

seven figure city..... Wrote:
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> Amazing how the spam appears right after this post....

Spam appears wherever you and Alphabet-Boi decide to put it. Sometimes three, four, and more times over. It's your history.

> Just like there are no townhouses "painted in a
> questionable array of colors" in Great Forest,

You are ever unsure of just what's in Great Forest, but the CMYK image is quite clear on the matter. If only you and all your 'skills' had ever found it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 07:44AM

Prost! Wrote:
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> Isn’t she always bragging about a German heritage? What kind
> of kraut could ever swallow that diluted piss-water of a beer?

It's a dire situation alright. Things were a little better when Miller had the reins, but it's A-B now, and one can only make the best of it.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Wharf ()
Date: May 12, 2022 08:06AM

Just out of curiosity, do you recall how much they charge for a beer at Nationals Stadium?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 08:58AM

Well, due to not having much choice really, the Whiffies have only wandered ever further off the path of reality and ever deeper into their various butthurt delusions. Nothing else would have been expected of course. Meanwhile, the Cat Lady is here now to help us out, a good thing today especially since we have a compressed morning schedule re due to today's pending trip down the length of Wash Ave terminating as always in our reserved in-stadium parking spot. I expect we'll skip the Red Porch today and just grab what looks good at the carvery up in the Club Lounge. Meanwhile, it was a partly cloudy 57 degrees out here in the delightful Sweet Spot when I fist got up, but while the clouds may persist, we should see at least very nearly 70 degrees today with single-digit NE winds and little chance of any actual rain. All good as far as baseball goes.

ReAl President Joe has tougher rows to hoe today and every day, as he has to deal with an unbridled madman in Moscow, the millionth US death from COVID, and of course, a bunch of 19th century GOP losers in the US Senate. The women of America are not pleased and are in fact fast approaching pissed off. Yopu want to talk about turtle eggs??? Maybe, no.

In other news, Juan Sotot nad Nelson Cruz homered in thesame game for the first time last night and in an odd game in which all pf the scoring occurred in the first two innings, the home side was able to prevail by a score of 8-3. The New Yorkers are not happy abput this and will be out for revenge at Nats Park this afternoon when Taijuan Walke takes on Jpan Adon. Of ot gets ugly, those of us in prime Club Level seats will be the first to know.

Ugly of course has long been the watchword in the dilapidated dump of Falls Church City. Lacking a shopping or dining scene while being home to so many badly butthurt boobs and bozos has left the place with a reputation that impresses only losers. Most of the rest of us simply choose never to go there, as no actual reason exists to do so.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 09:15AM

Wharf Wrote:
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> Just out of curiosity, do you recall how much they
> charge for a beer at Nationals Stadium?

No, but it's a lot. As wealthy retirees attending pretty much half the games, we don't really notice the price. It is whatever it is. Soft drinks are now free in The Club though. We have noticed that, and frequently do mix up our own Arnold Palmers.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: FIFY ()
Date: May 12, 2022 09:32AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Wharf Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Just out of curiosity, do you recall how much
> they
> > charge for a beer at Nationals Stadium?
>
> No, but It's a lot. As wealthy retirees who can only afford to attending
> pretty much
half the games, we don't really
> notice the price. It is whatever it is. Soft
> drinks are now free in The Club though. We have
> noticed that, and frequently do mix up our own
> Arnold Palmers instead.


^ FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 09:41AM

^^^ See you at the park. Oh wait, dopes like you can’t afford the busfare.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Wharf ()
Date: May 12, 2022 09:43AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Wharf Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Just out of curiosity, do you recall how much
> they
> > charge for a beer at Nationals Stadium?
>
> No, but it's a lot. As wealthy retirees attending
> pretty much half the games, we don't really
> notice the price. It is whatever it is. Soft
> drinks are now free in The Club though. We have
> noticed that, and frequently do mix up our own
> Arnold Palmers.

Okay on The Club level with the perk of free soft drinks- that's nice. Gave up Redskins season tickets at FedEx Field 3 years ago and thinking that a single beer was priced at $8-$9. I could afford it, but man, it rubbed me the wrong way.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: No, you won't ()
Date: May 12, 2022 10:03AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> ^^^ See you at the park. Oh wait, dopes like you
> can’t afford the busfare.


MLB is a boring old game for boring old men like you.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 10:03AM

I think the now standard 25-ounce cans are in the $15 range.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Backstreet Boys ()
Date: May 12, 2022 10:36AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Well, due to not having much choice really, the
> Whiffies have only wandered ever further off the
> path of reality and ever deeper into their various
> butthurt delusions. Nothing else would have been
> expected of course. Meanwhile, the Cat Lady is
> here now to help us out, a good thing today
> especially since we have a compressed morning
> schedule re due to today's pending trip down the
> length of Wash Ave terminating as always in our
> reserved in-stadium parking spot. I expect we'll
> skip the Red Porch today and just grab what looks
> good at the carvery up in the Club Lounge.
> Meanwhile, it was a partly cloudy 57 degrees out
> here in the delightful Sweet Spot when I fist got
> up, but while the clouds may persist, we should
> see at least very nearly 70 degrees today with
> single-digit NE winds and little chance of any
> actual rain. All good as far as baseball goes.
>
> ReAl President Joe has tougher rows to hoe today
> and every day, as he has to deal with an unbridled
> madman in Moscow, the millionth US death from
> COVID, and of course, a bunch of 19th century GOP
> losers in the US Senate. The women of America are
> not pleased and are in fact fast approaching
> pissed off. Yopu want to talk about turtle
> eggs??? Maybe, no.
>
> In other news, Juan Sotot nad Nelson Cruz homered
> in thesame game for the first time last night and
> in an odd game in which all pf the scoring
> occurred in the first two innings, the home side
> was able to prevail by a score of 8-3. The New
> Yorkers are not happy abput this and will be out
> for revenge at Nats Park this afternoon when
> Taijuan Walke takes on Jpan Adon. Of ot gets
> ugly, those of us in prime Club Level seats will
> be the first to know.
>
> Ugly of course has long been the watchword in the
> dilapidated dump of Falls Church City. Lacking a
> shopping or dining scene while being home to so
> many badly butthurt boobs and bozos has left the
> place with a reputation that impresses only
> losers. Most of the rest of us simply choose
> never to go there, as no actual reason exists to
> do so.


Easily bypassed.
guffaw

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 10:46AM

Yet many still hang on every word.’

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: 000 ()
Date: May 12, 2022 11:00AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Yet many still hang on every word.’


0

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 11:07AM

There is no firm count, by the word ‘many’ will do.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 11:54AM

Lots of detours around anti-Alito people in the streets, but we have made it to our reserved parking spot at last.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 11:56AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> > You have no basis to make your bogus claim.
>
> Of course I do.
>
> > LOL! You have no basis to make this statement
> either.
>
> I certainly do.


Let's hear 'em.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: 10 x 0 = 0 ()
Date: May 12, 2022 11:57AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> There is no firm count, by the word ‘many’
> will do.


0

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 12:00PM

Let’s hear em? What a two-faced fucking asshole!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: FIFY ()
Date: May 12, 2022 12:07PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Let’s hear em? What a two-faced fucking asshole! I got nothing.


^ FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 12:36PM

Shove it up your fucking ass, you dickless little coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: NNGLG ()
Date: May 12, 2022 12:50PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Shove it up your fucking ass, you dickless little
> coward.

More of Gerund Boy's 5th gr. potty mouth name calling. You'd think a guy physically over 60 woulda moved past that a long time ago but since his emotional dev. got arrested at age 4 & his mental dev. at age 10, you can't make a lot of progress.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 01:17PM

Eat shit, you worthless, spam-posting little dick. You’re no more than a contemptible piece of little girl trash.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 01:42PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Let’s hear em? What a two-faced fucking asshole!


So, you have nothing to substantiate your claims about Harvey's or Plaka. Just two more in a long list of lies. Thanks for playing. You lose. Autistic freak.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 01:43PM

NNGLG Wrote:
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> Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Shove it up your fucking ass, you dickless
> little
> > coward.
>
> More of Gerund Boy's 5th gr. potty mouth name
> calling. You'd think a guy physically over 60
> woulda moved past that a long time ago but since
> his emotional dev. got arrested at age 4 & his
> mental dev. at age 10, you can't make a lot of
> progress.

Autistic rage.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 01:49PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> So, you have nothing to substantiate your claims
> about Harvey's or Plaka. Just two more in a long
> list of lies. Thanks for playing. You lose.
> Autistic freak.

Suck a dick, Mr. Sure I Do. You are nothing but a delusional lying asshole.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 01:55PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city.... Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -
> > So, you have nothing to substantiate your
> claims
> > about Harvey's or Plaka. Just two more in a
> long
> > list of lies. Thanks for playing. You lose.
> > Autistic freak.
>
> Suck a dick, Mr. Sure I Do.

Suck a dick? There's more of that autistic rage.

It's obvious you have nothing to substantiate your claims about Harvey's or Plaka. Stupid move to make those bogus claims in the first place.

> You are nothing but a
> delusional lying asshole.

LOL! You just described yourself, Arnie.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: FIFY ()
Date: May 12, 2022 02:08PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city.... Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -
> > So, you have nothing to substantiate your
> claims
> > about Harvey's or Plaka. Just two more in a
> long
> > list of lies. Thanks for playing. You lose.
> > Autistic freak.
>
> I Suck a dick, Mr. Sure, but I Do. You are still have nothing but a
> delusional lying asshole.


^ FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 02:21PM

Up your ass, you pathetic twat. You are nothing but a broke-ass shit-slinging coward. You can just go fuck your worthless ‘strewn path’ self. Stupid scum-sucking loser dipshit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: KDPTV ()
Date: May 12, 2022 02:22PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Eat shit, you worthless, spam-posting little dick.
> You’re no more than a contemptible piece of
> little girl trash.


Yes, we see even more 5th gr. potty mouth name calling as Gerund Boy has another autistic hissy. Like the FC Guy points out, Gerund Boy's juvenile name calling & childish tantrums are symptoms of Old Pottymouth's autism. The autism keeps Gerund Boy in his child like condition.

There's no crime in being a mental case like Old Pottymouth, but refusing to get treatment for it when it's available, which it is, well that's a crime.

Oh & Gerund Boy, that's not me posting the thread fuckers you call spam. It's really more thread fucking than spam but it's not me. I doubt it's that FC Guy, either. Now since it's been proven Gerund Boy's autistic & shows symptoms of autistic rage the thread fucking fits Gerund Boy's abusive & childish personality type. Old Pottymouth hasta be the prime suspect here since he gets owned here every day. It's a juvenile thing & Gerund Boy's got the most juvenile personality here.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pointer Outer of Things ()
Date: May 12, 2022 02:27PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Up your ass, you pathetic twat. You are nothing
> but a broke-ass shit-slinging coward. You can
> just go fuck your worthless ‘strewn path’
> self. Stupid scum-sucking loser dipshit.


Lookit Dimwit's little childish potty mouth tantrum. He just can't stop! Can you imagine paying for overprice baseball Tix so you can sit there & play with your cell phone & throw childish tantrums full of potty mouth instead of watching the game & having a good time. Dimwit's probably drunk already, too.

Dimwit really isn't a real smart guy. I guess that's why their name is Dimwit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 02:30PM

Suck a donkey dick, you dumbsss little shit-stain loser.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: FIFY ()
Date: May 12, 2022 02:36PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Suck a donkey dick, you dumbsss little shit-stain
> loser.
I still have nothing.


^ FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 02:40PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Up your ass, you pathetic twat. You are nothing
> but a broke-ass shit-slinging coward. You can
> just go fuck your worthless ‘strewn path’
> self. Stupid scum-sucking loser dipshit.

More uncontrolled autistic rage and rambling doesn't substantiate your claims about Harvey's and Plaka. It's clear you just got caught lying again. Nothing you can do about it. Maybe watch some train or cat videos to calm you down.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 02:46PM

By the way, it’s a beautiful day at the ballpark today, except for the fact that the Nats are playing like crap. Much as so many of you fucked up scum-sucking bottom feeders are.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 12, 2022 02:52PM

You’re not worth my time, Linus. You are too much of a classless, uneducated, simpleton, assfuck.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 02:56PM

LOL! You spend much of what little time you have left in life thinking about me! Of course, you are in another fit of rage because you got caught lying about Harvey's and Plaka. You can't even dispute it, so you just continue with your autistic meltdowns.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pointer Outer of Things ()
Date: May 12, 2022 03:00PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> You’re not worth my time, Linus. You are too
> much of a classless, uneducated, simpleton,
> assfuck.


But if not today, surely by tomorrow Dimwit will be back trash posting juvenile potty mouth name calling rants at this guy he calls Linus who supposably isn't "worth their time". For a guy who's not worth their time, Dimwit sure spends allot of time on them . & for a place like FC that's supposably not worth their time, Dimwit sure seems to spend allot of words on it & seems to think he knows allot about it.

1ce again, we see Dimwit has put their "big bad boot" in their mouth.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Obsession ()
Date: May 12, 2022 03:02PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> By the way, it’s a beautiful day at the ballpark
> today, except for the fact that the Nats are
> playing like crap. Much as so many of you fucked
> up scum-sucking bottom feeders are.


Then why are you posting here you freak?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is triggered! ()
Date: May 12, 2022 03:14PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> You’re not worth my time, Linus. You are too
> much of a classless, uneducated, simpleton,
> assfuck.


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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: tarder sauce ()
Date: May 12, 2022 04:29PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: pkhbv ()
Date: May 12, 2022 04:36PM

DIMWIT!!… lol, lol!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pointer Outer of Things ()
Date: May 12, 2022 04:58PM

pkhbv Wrote:
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> DIMWIT!!… lol, lol!


That's the name somebody on another thread gave him. He went & picked a fight with this guy, got totally owned (no surprise) & kept coming back to get him s butt kicked again & again. Meanwhile, Dimwit kept putting his "big bad boot" in his mouth while the other guy kept putting 1 in Dimwit's behind. Dimwit's not a real smart guy. That's why his name's Dimwit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: May 12, 2022 05:52PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> See what Redfin dumped in my Inbox. A spectacular
> Falls Church home on a lot of close to a fifth of
> an acre! LOL!
>
> https://www.redfin.com/VA/Falls-Church/609-Oak-Hav
> en-Dr-22046/home/12033402?utm_channel=img&utm_sour
> ce=Iterable&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=1022231

LOL!

https://www.redfin.com/VA/Falls-Church/609-Oak-Haven-Dr-22046/home/12033402?utm_channel=img&utm_source=Iterable&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=1022231

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: May 12, 2022 07:33PM

Davis store 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!
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Date: May 12, 2022 07:35PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: FFXU Online Internet Troll ()
Date: May 12, 2022 07:46PM

The TARDS thread fucker post makes a real cool pattern on your cell phone when you scroll it super fast. Then it gets ruined by the calpers thread fucker post.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: v6wkt ()
Date: May 13, 2022 11:28AM

Did JP stroke out?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: lgbtq. ()
Date: May 13, 2022 11:54AM

wife had health an mobility issues. he might b dealing with that.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: He gone ()
Date: May 13, 2022 12:13PM

He dead mang

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 13, 2022 12:15PM

Just dismissing the egregious lower classes while reminding the rest what happens to the thread when JP is not a regular poster. You dull-brained slugs, sots, and fags are all mere guests in my corn. You couldn’t carry a tune, much less one of the leading all time threads on the site.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 13, 2022 12:20PM

Well, the waste-class Whiffies had long sludged their disgraced and dishonest way along the very bottom of the pond, but then they managed to sink deeper still, slipping below the muck and slime to become invisible in the mire of their own shame and vile dishonor -- no longer worth the time of day for their having become such a bunch of grossly unprincipled, classless, uneducated, simpleton, lying assholes. Such is the awful kingdom of Falls Church City.

The Nats meanwhile continued their poor play yesterday afternoon, and while ending at least with Soto's bottom of the ninth bomb, they still fell easily to the Mets by a final of 4-1. The wife and I set out from the GEICO Garage intending to head out along 244 for a delicious bratwurst stop at the German Gourmet. But with a grand mess of rush hour clogs and lingering downtown diversions due to much deserved anti-Alito street protests, we soon took shelter instead on the protected HOV lanes of I-66, exiting in time to take the McHenry Street shortcut to reach the haven of deliciousness known as Pazzo Pomodoro.

Warmly welcomed by name as we always are, it was easy to sit down and enjoy a bowl of soul-reconstituting chicken noodle soup. It's a house-made meal in itself with about half a chicken in there, alobng with mushrooms, scallions, carrots and potatos. Memories of 'the old days' with its rich chickeny aroma and flavor. And while I had to take half of it home, I then dared to order the hanger steak over house pasta with a yummy brown demi-glace. Tender meaty goodness. The wife meanwhile went with the veal shank (one of her favorites), and of course, a bottle of Jermann pinot grigio (the last of which also came home with us), quickly appeared, as did complimentary raspberries in chocolate cups for dessert. Came to $265 all in all and really hit the spot.

We'll be back to the park tomorrow to see the Astros, and then we'll be off for ten days again. That means it's going to be another between-games day today. Wednesday was given over to doing laundry, while today will focus on bringing in some delicious new groceries. Fortunately, I have already been into and back from a $trip to the village, so I have $175 worth of extra tasty stuff to put awa over the next little bit. Didn't have all of my favorite things this morning, but plenty enough to get us through the weekend. The wife will likely add to the stash with her own favesat somwe point this afternoon.

tIt was meanwhile a bit misty and 62 degrees when I got up earlier. We should add about ten degrees to that later on, but the cloud cover is expected to linger with some showers floating around here and there this evening. Light NE winds will usher in what should be a rather similar day on Saturday.

Real President Joe is meanwhile having to deal with moron GOP clowns who side with COVID, Putin, and mores from the 16th century. What a bunch of hapless, mindless cretins. The whole group is just unmoored and untethered from any thing like reality. Fifty Ron Johnsons can indeed all be wrong, and so can all his moron-grade fellow travellers. What a bunch of worthless hosers!

In other news, the Nats are now a last-place 11-22 on the season, while the division-leading Mets are 22-11, but we will try to knock ff the visiting Astros this evening anyway. They're at 21-11, but have the Angles hot on their heels at his point. Pretty good lefty Framber Valdez will be on the mound for HIOU, while we counter with also pretty good righty, Josiah (Jojo) Gray.

Not having much of anything that would qualify as pretty good in their leached out lineup of course is the miserable dining desert slum of Falls Church City. Fraful of further failure, they are down now to begging local resident to write letters to the NoVa Transportation Authority to say how strongly they support the Little City's proposed N Washington Street improvement Project. How much help do they think people who are afraid of traffic lights to begin with are going to be? What a hoot!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: May 13, 2022 01:11PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Just dismissing the egregious lower classes while
> reminding the rest what happens to the thread when
> JP is not a regular poster.

Less lies and bullshit? That'd be about the gist of it. You still haven't recovered from your Harvey's and Plaka lies.

When you do post, you just get laughed at.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: May 13, 2022 01:32PM

Eighth Grade English Lesson for the Masses:

Use ‘fewer’ with things that can be counted, and ‘less’ with things that cannot.

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