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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
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Date: July 29, 2022 04:38PM

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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: RE, Tards ()
Date: July 29, 2022 04:41PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 04:43PM

Obvious Linus spam . What a feeble dick!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Ricky Retardo ()
Date: July 29, 2022 04:45PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 05:07PM

It’s him again, the dickless little shit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 05:14PM

Meanwhile, the wife and I and her car are all now tucked into our wondrous reserved in-stadium parking spot, and we shall soon be headed down to get a bite to eat. Little dicks can only imagine.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Seek help ()
Date: July 29, 2022 05:23PM

You actually stopped what you're doing there to post that here? hahahahaha

No, I really can't imagine.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city… ()
Date: July 29, 2022 05:37PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Your head is so fucked up. All those big bad
> boots up the butt have done quite a lot of damage.


Baseless bluster followed by your spam. This is what all your failure has reduced you to. Not that you were much to begin with. After all, a lying fraud who is also an autistic freak has a pretty low ceiling.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city… ()
Date: July 29, 2022 05:39PM

Seek help Wrote:
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> You actually stopped what you're doing there to
> post that here? hahahahaha


Of course he did. He has zero self control.


> No, I really can't imagine.


Because you aren’t an autistic freak.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 05:51PM

seven figure city… Wrote:
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> Baseless bluster followed by your spam.

No chance, asshole. Lies and spam are all you in your hopelessly dark and downscale world. Burger and a beer at the ballpark for me. You won’t come close to matching that,

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: July 29, 2022 06:09PM

Your lies, like your autism, are confirmed with actual evidence, autistisic freak. Spam? Cui bono?

Do you think your condition would allow you to go 24 hours without posting?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 06:43PM

What would be the point, mindless autism man? I’m up and walking around. I have my phone at hand. Why should I leave it unused?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 07:11PM

Like everything else, the ssshole doesn’t have an answe for that
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city… ()
Date: July 29, 2022 07:46PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> What would be the point, mindless autism man?
> I’m up and walking around. I have my phone at
> hand. Why should I leave it unused?

To avoid looking like a lying fraud on a regular basis.

To avoid looking like you have nothing else in your pathetic life going on.

To avoid looking like an autistic freak.

To avoid getting your ass kicked on a regular basis.

Numerous options, but your affliction won’t let you walk away.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pawnee ()
Date: July 29, 2022 08:03PM

Is that a tomato and onion sandwich?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: July 29, 2022 08:10PM

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> > long beach Wrote:
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> > -----
> > > Retired1 Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.Thank
> > you
> > > > for visiting the Retirement Section on the
> > City
> > > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or laterThank
> > you
> > > for
> > > > visiting the Retirement Section on the City
> > of
> > > > Long Beach's Human Resources website. Here
> > you
> > > > will find information about the retirement
> > > > benefits offered by the City through
> CalPERS,
> > > how
> > > > to calculate your pension, how to apply,
> and
> > > other
> > > > useful information about the retirement
> > system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
> > > > months before your anticipated retirement
> > date.
> > > > CalPERS does not want the application
> > submitted
> > > to
> > > > them more than 90 days prior to your
> > retirement
> > > > date. Refer to the City's "Retirement
> Guide"
> > > for
> > > > further information.
> > > >
> > > > After I Have Applied For Service
> Retirement,
> > May
> > > I
> > > > Change My Mind?
> > > > You may cancel/change your retirement any
> > time
> > > > before your first check is mailed, before
> > your
> > > > retirement date. If you do change your
> mind,
> > > > immediately contact CalPERS at (888)
> > 225-7377.
> > > If
> > > > you have completed the paperwork allocating
> > > your
> > > > unused sick leave, you also need to contact
> > > > Employee Benefits at 570-6523. Keep in mind
> > > that
> > > > your department has been notified of your
> > > > separation date, therefore, your department
> > > will
> > > > proceed with the City's separation document
> > > unless
> > > > you tell them otherwise. (If you wish to
> > return
> > > to
> > > > your position with the City contact your
> > > > supervisor to ensure there is still a
> > position
> > > > available for you.)
> > > >
> > > > Be advised that changes to your retirement
> > date
> > > > may result in a delay in you receiving your
> > > first
> > > > pension check from CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > FAQs And Tips
> > > > Planning for your retirement may seem like
> a
> > > > daunting task. Educating yourself and
> > beginning
> > > > the process early (one year in advance of
> > your
> > > > projected retirement date) are key to a
> > smooth
> > > and
> > > > successful retirement application process.
> > The
> > > > City's "Retirement Guide" will steer you
> thru
> > > the
> > > > retirement application process.
> > > >
> > > > Health Insurance Costs For Retirees
> > > > At retirement, employees who are enrolled
> in
> > > > benefits may convert their unused hours of
> > sick
> > > > leave to pay for health, dental, vision and
> > > long
> > > > term care insurance premiums into
> retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View current retiree insurance premium
> > > > information.
> > > >
> > > > Please Note: Change of insurance providers
> > may
> > > > only be done during retiree open enrollment
> > > > annually. Any changes made will be
> effective
> > > > January 1st of the following year. If
> moving
> > > out
> > > > of state, you should contact Employee
> Benefits
> >
> > > at
> > > > (562) 570-6303 to check on the portability
> of
> > > your
> > > > insurance. If changes are necessary they
> will
> > > be
> > > > handled at the time of retirement or at a
> > later
> > > > date (when you move). Also, once you cancel
> > > your
> > > > insurance you may never re-enroll.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS Special Power Of Attorney
> > > > A CalPERS Special Power of Attorney allows
> > you
> > > to
> > > > designate a representative or agent, known
> as
> > > your
> > > > attorney-in-fact, to conduct your
> retirement
> > > > affairs. Having a Special Power of Attorney
> > on
> > > > file with CalPERS ensures that your
> > designated
> > > > attorney-in-fact will be able to perform
> > > important
> > > > duties concerning your CalPERS business,
> such
> > > as
> > > > address changes; federal or state tax
> > > withholding
> > > > elections; lost or stolen retirement
> checks;
> > > > endorsing checks; beneficiary designations;
> > or
> > > > retirement benefit elections, should you
> > become
> > > > unable to act on your own behalf.
> > > >
> > > > Further information and the required form
> are
> > > > available on the CalPERS website; review
> the
> > > > publication CalPERS Special Power of
> > Attorney.
> > > > Read it over very carefully before
> > completing.
> > > To
> > > > be valid the form must be fully completed
> and
> > > must
> > > > be acknowledged before a notary public or
> > > signed
> > > > by two witnesses. The person agreeing to
> act
> > as
> > > > attorney-in-fact must also sign the form.
> Any
> > > > previous designations will be revoked by
> > > > completing a new form.
> > > >
> > > > In the event you have any questions
> > concerning
> > > the
> > > > effects of the appointment of an
> > > attorney-in-fact
> > > > you are strongly urged to seek legal
> advice.
> > > >
> > > > Retirement Forms
> > > > View CalPERS Forms
> > > > Retirement Living Calculator
> > > > This personal budget planning tool is
> > intended
> > > to
> > > > give the user a basic overview of the
> > potential
> > > > sources of income and expenses they may
> have
> > > > during retirement. This tool is not
> intended
> > to
> > > be
> > > > and/or replace professional advise and
> > planning
> > > > from a certified financial planner. Consult
> > > your
> > > > personal certified financial planner for
> more
> > > > accurate details.
> > > >
> > > > Download the calculator. Please note you
> must
> > > have
> > > > Microsoft Excel version 2013 or later.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you for visiting the Retirement
> Section
> > > on
> > > > the City of Long Beach's Human Resources
> > > website.
> > > > Here you will find information about the
> > > > retirement benefits offered by the City
> > through
> > > > CalPERS, how to calculate your pension, how
> > to
> > > > apply, and other useful information about
> the
> > > > retirement system.
> > > >
> > > > For information on the retirement process,
> > > refer
> > > > to the City's "Retirement Guide". If you
> have
> > > any
> > > > additional questions, contact CalPERS at
> > (888)
> > > > 225-7377.
> > > >
> > > > CalPERS (What Is CalPERS)
> > > > The City of Long Beach contracts with the
> > > > California Public Employees' Retirement
> > System
> > > > (CalPERS) to manage our pension benefits.
> > > CalPERS
> > > > manages the pension and health benefits
> (the
> > > City
> > > > does not contract with CalPERS to provide
> > > health
> > > > care benefits) to more than 1.6 million
> > public
> > > > employees, retirees, and their families and
> > > more
> > > > than 3,000 employers.
> > > >
> > > > View more information on CalPERS.
> > > >
> > > > Click on the following links to access the
> > PDF
> > > > file of the City's various CalPERS Contract
> > > > Provisions for Miscellaneous Members, Fire
> > > Safety
> > > > Members, Police Safety Members and
> Lifeguard
> > > > Safety Member.
> > > >
> > > > Types Of Retirement
> > > > The City Offers Three Types Of Retirements:
> > > > Service Retirement, Disability Retirement
> And
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement.
> > > >
> > > > Service Retirement
> > > > Service retirement is the general
> retirement
> > > from
> > > > employment after a minimum period of five
> > years
> > > of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service and attainment of
> > the
> > > > minimum age requirement.
> > > >
> > > > Disability Retirement
> > > > Disability retirement consists of a monthly
> > > > retirement allowance paid to you for the
> rest
> > > of
> > > > your life or until you recover from your
> > > disabling
> > > > injury or illness. The cause of your
> > disability
> > > > need not be related to your employment. To
> > > qualify
> > > > for disability retirement, you must be
> > > > substantially incapacited from performing
> > your
> > > job
> > > > duties, based upon a physical or mental
> > > condition
> > > > which is expected to be permanent or last
> > > > indefinitely. There is no minimum age
> > > requirement;
> > > > however, you must have at least five years
> of
> > > > CalPERS-credited service.
> > > >
> > > > Industrial Disability Retirement (Safety
> > Only)
> > > > If your disability is the result of a
> > > job-related
> > > > illness or injury, and you are a safety
> > > employee
> > > > (police officer/firefighter/lifeguard), you
> > may
> > > be
> > > > entitled to an industrial disability
> > > retirement.
> > > > If you retire, you will receive a monthly
> > > > retirement payment for the rest of your
> life
> > > (or
> > > > until you recover from your disabling
> injury
> > or
> > > > illness). There is no minimum age or
> service
> > > > requirement for an industrial disability
> > > > retirement.
> > > >
> > > > View PARS Online
> > > > Retirement Calculations
> > > > The CalPERS Retirement Estimate Calculator
> > can
> > > > help you estimate your future retirement
> > > benefits.
> > > > Since this is a planning tool, you may also
> > add
> > > > various retirement dates, salary
> information,
> > > and
> > > > future employment information to see how
> > these
> > > > changes could impact your benefits. Use the
> > > > Retirement Estimate Calculator with or
> > without
> > > a
> > > > password. If you have a password, the
> > > information
> > > > from your latest CalPERS Annual Member
> > > Statement
> > > > will be automatically added to the
> > Calculator.
> > > >
> > > > Reciprocity
> > > > CalPERS has an agreement with many
> California
> > > > public retirement systems, which allows you
> > to
> > > > move from one retirement system to the
> other
> > > > without loss of benefits. This is called
> > > > "reciprocity." These reciprocal agreements
> > may
> > > > allow you to coordinate your benefits
> between
> > > the
> > > > retirement systems when you retire.
> > Currently,
> > > you
> > > > must leave and enter into employment with a
> > > > reciprocal public agency within six months
> to
> > > be
> > > > eligible. For more specific details,
> > including
> > > a
> > > > list of those agencies with reciprocity
> > > agreements
> > > > with CalPERS, please visit the CalPERS page
> > and
> > > > download Publication 16. Please note there
> is
> > > > currently no reciprocity agreements between
> > > > CalPERS and the Los Angeles Police & Fire
> > > Pension
> > > > (LAFPP).
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the CalPERS
> > > > publication "When You Change Retirement
> > > Systems",
> > > > contact CalPERS Member Services at (888)
> > > 225-7377
> > > > or schedule an appointment at a local
> CalPERS
> > > > Regional Office.
> > > >
> > > > Death Benefits
> > > > Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Categories - If you die before you retire,
> > > CalPERS
> > > > provides several benefits for your family
> or
> > > the
> > > > beneficiary(ies) named by you. For
> > > miscellaneous
> > > > employees (non-safety), CalPERS divides
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Eligible To Retire at the time of
> death,
> > > and
> > > > Eligible to Retire. For safety employees
> > (fire,
> > > > police & lifeguards), CalPERS divides the
> > > > pre-retirement death benefits into two
> > > categories:
> > > > Not Job-Related Death and Job-Related
> Death.
> > > >
> > > > Limited Death Benefit
> > > > To those who separate from CalPERS-covered
> > > > employment: upon your death, your
> beneficiary
> > > will
> > > > receive the limited death benefit (a refund
> > of
> > > > your contributions plus interest). No other
> > > > benefit will be payable, except as provided
> > by
> > > law
> > > > under special circumstances. The limited
> > death
> > > > benefit will be paid in the following
> order:
> > > (1)
> > > > your named beneficiary, or (2) spouse, or
> (3)
> > > > children, or (4) parents, or (5) brothers
> and
> > > > sisters, or (6) your estate if probated,
> (7)
> > > > trust, or (8) next of kin, as provided by
> > law.
> > > >
> > > > Naming A Beneficiary
> > > > To designate a beneficiary, or update an
> > > earlier
> > > > designation, you must fill out a CalPERS
> > > > Beneficiary Designation (form 0772). This
> > form
> > > is
> > > > available on the CalPERS website under
> > > > Publications. Certain death benefits allow
> > you
> > > to
> > > > name anyone you choose as a beneficiary. If
> > you
> > > > name a beneficiary and then (1) marry, (2)
> > > > initiate an annulment, or dissolution of
> > > marriage,
> > > > (3) have a child or adopt a child, (4)
> > > terminate
> > > > your employment and receive a refund of
> your
> > > > CalPERS contributions, your designation
> will,
> > > by
> > > > law, be revoked.
> > > >
> > > > Comparison Of Pre-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > Local Miscellaneous (non-safety)
> > > > Local Safety
> > > >
> > > > Post-Retirement Death Benefits
> > > > When you retire, you may choose to receive
> > the
> > > > unmodified allowance, or you can take a
> > > reduction
> > > > to your allowance based on the option you
> > > select.
> > > >
> > > > The unmodified allowance is the highest
> > amount
> > > > payable to you that ends upon your death.
> > Each
> > > of
> > > > the options provides a benefit to your
> named
> > > > beneficiary after your death. Option 1
> > provides
> > > a
> > > > lump-sum payment of your remaining
> > > contributions.
> > > > Option 2, 2W, 3, 3W, or 4 provides a
> monthly
> > > > allowance. The reduction to your unmodified
> > > > allowance changes based on the option you
> > > choose.
> > > > "Option factors" are used to determine this
> > > > reduction. The amount of the reduction is
> > based
> > > on
> > > > tables that take into consideration your
> age
> > > and
> > > > the age of your beneficiary. More
> information
> > > on
> > > > the various options is available in the
> > CalPERS
> > > > Member Benefit publications.
> > > >
> > > > For further information, review the Death
> > > Benefits
> > > > section on the CalPERS website.
> > > >
> > > > How To Apply For CalPERS Retirement
> > > > It is suggested that you begin filling out
> > the
> > > > Retirement Election Application four to
> five
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fredbird! ()
Date: July 29, 2022 08:14PM

Go St. Louis! Hooray Cardinals!!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 08:35PM

seven figure city… Wrote:
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> To avoid looking like you have nothing else in
> your pathetic life going on.

REMINDER: I’m at the ballpark. Dope.

> To avoid looking like an autistic freak.

That’s just your worthless personal bullshit.

> To avoid getting your ass kicked on a regula basis.

Lying dicks can’t accomplish that at all.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city…. ()
Date: July 29, 2022 08:48PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> seven figure city… Wrote:
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> > To avoid looking like you have nothing else in
> > your pathetic life going on.
>
> REMINDER: I’m at the ballpark. Dope.

Are you? Having so much fun that you’re posting here five times since you got there? Strange. Almost like you can’t control yourself.

> > To avoid looking like an autistic freak.
>
> That’s just your worthless personal bullshit.

Supported by actual evidence. Your own words, actions, tendencies, oddities, and behavior show you are autistic. Do you need to see the articles again?

> > To avoid getting your ass kicked on a regula
> basis.
>
> Lying dicks can’t accomplish that at all.

Well, seeing as I’ve accomplished it multiple times, your own premise reveals me to be truthful.

Hooroo! Your impending mental breakdown will begin to review.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: xk7mh ()
Date: July 29, 2022 09:15PM

JP is all lies, spoofs, spam and sock puppets.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 09:16PM

More little boy failure. Pretty much par for the course for you. Meanwhile, nothing beats fun at the old ballpark, so we’ll be back again tomorrow. Same seats, same parking spot, same cellphone.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fixer 0f It For You ()
Date: July 29, 2022 09:50PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> MYour head is so fucked up. All those big bad
> boots up the buttin my mouth have done quite a lot of damage.


FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: u63d6 ()
Date: July 29, 2022 09:56PM

lol, lol!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 10:06PM

^^^ grade school turds.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city… ()
Date: July 29, 2022 10:07PM


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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Gilbert’s Grape ()
Date: July 29, 2022 10:17PM

Young Arnie loved baseball.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: c7jfu ()
Date: July 29, 2022 10:22PM

I heard JP meticulously completes a scorecard at every game he attends… nuff said.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 10:25PM

What a weakling little broke-ass faggot..

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pawnee ()
Date: July 29, 2022 10:28PM

c7jfu Wrote:
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> I heard JP meticulously completes a scorecard at
> every game he attends… nuff said.

That must be very difficult while stimming.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fredbird! ()
Date: July 29, 2022 10:54PM

How about those Cardinals?!! Yay St. Louis!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 29, 2022 11:33PM

The Cards barely needed to lift a finger to outclass the Nats tonight. Same of course with JP over the hapless, double-ignorant Linus-fuck. What a douche. Tomorrow’s another day of course, but the outcomes are likely to be just the same.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fixer 0f It For You ()
Date: July 30, 2022 12:39AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> The Cards barely needed to lift a finger to
> outclass the Nats tonight. Same of course with JP7 figure
> over the hapless, double-ignorant LinusActual JP-fuck.
> What a douche. Tomorrow’s another day of
> course, but the outcomes are likely to be just the
> same.


FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fredbird! ()
Date: July 30, 2022 06:39AM

Go Cardinals! Yay St. Louis! Boo Screech!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Economy Eggbert ()
Date: July 30, 2022 09:34AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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>
> nothing beats fun at
> the old ballpark, so we’ll be back again
> tomorrow. Same seats, same parking spot, same
> cellphone.


That's right, the ballpark is the best!

We'll be there too! We'll sit in the nosebleed cheap seats cause we can't afford the good seats. I had to scrimp and save and deny myself so I could get 4 cheap seats for the family. We'll bring most of our snacks cause we can't afford the prices at the ballpark. We'll have to pay the high prices for hot dogs cause if you bring your own, they get cold before you can eat 'em. So I scrimped and saved for hot dogs, too. We'll burn 'em on the Coke cause you get free refills on the big cup . A family of 4 gets a lot out of 1 big cup.

We can't afford parking, so we'll take Metro.

We won't have our cellphones out cause this is a rare treat and everybody wants to enjoy it. The kids don't have cellphones cause we can't afford 'em .

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: BAG-A-PEANUTS ()
Date: July 30, 2022 10:38AM

Going to be a great day for your family to enjoy the ball game. All of the seats at National's Stadium are pretty awesome.

**Make certain to apply plenty of sunscreen protection (especially the rugrats) to prevent sunburn on a very sunny day. Have a great time!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 11:23AM

Screech is indeed an abomination, but like these equally loathsome louts of futzed up Falls Church City, he may be missing out on yet another gorgeous Sweet Spot morning. The latter of course is but one of many nearby NoVa communities that rather handily surpass FCC in economic terms once CDPs (e.g., Idylwood, Dunn Loring, Lake Barcroft, McLean, and Great Falls) are admitted to consideration. The fraud of excluding them is a frequent deceit of some of course, particularly liars of the laughable Linus Group. In any case, it was a beautiful and sunny 73 degrees when I got up to enjoy the humidity at 62% and single digit NW breezes. Highs today should barely be in the mid 80s with little chance of any rain. What a beautiful day for baseball!

Real President Joe was meanwhile among the many in our area who did not win Mega Millions last night. Their pathetic dreams are ended. The wife and I do still have our multi millions to enjoy though. Good for us. Not good for anyone of course are these GOP Senators celebrating on the floor over defeating a bill to extend health care cover to military ‘burn-pit’ survivors. Yeah! We screwed some Soldiers! Way to go, guys! That’s the GOP for you. Just don’t vote for ANY of them. Write in your Great Aunt Sally if you have to, but don’t vote for a Republican for ANYTHING.

In other news, the Nats have recently signed a handful of fringers to provide depth that may or may not be needed after Tuesday’s trade deadline. Josh Bell would seem certain on paper to be gone by then, but all the Soto smoke makiy be clouding things up. What’s clear is that the Nats will again be underdogs to STL this evening when Dakota Hudson matches up with Erick Fedde. The wife and I will go check it out anyway. No sunscreen needed, as our seats are out of both the sun and the rain. Good work by us.

In other good work, we will not of course be bothering to check out any part of failed Falls Church City. Nothing worthwhile exists or ever happens there after all. Just a dug-up dump of high-rise unhappiness that dining at Harper’s is just not going to cover for. The Itty Bitty City is just a bad deal all the way around.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Notta-Linus ()
Date: July 30, 2022 12:02PM

Excellent day for a ball game. Enjoy the kind temps for this evening's match.

As always, please share your culinary selections from the preferred Club Level.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Gayvid Blimm0 ()
Date: July 30, 2022 12:27PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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>
> s
>
> Just don’t vote for ANY of
> them. Write in your Great Aunt Sally if you have
> to, but don’t vote for a Republican Democrat for
> ANYTHING.
>
>
>
>




FIxed it for you.

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

Ate yesterday at the Red Porch/Brewpub which is not in The Club. Duke’s Grocery was open in The Club for the first time yesterday, but the Brit-based food was not well received by ballpark pals who tried it. Bad reviews for curry fries, for instance. We’ll see...



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/30/2022 12:32PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: 7DH6G ()
Date: July 30, 2022 04:56PM

Notta-Linus Wrote:
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>
>
> As always, please share your culinary selections
> from the preferred Club Level.


Here's what really happens.

Him and his wife walk out of their '50s suburban rambler with a leaky roof, sagging car port and drafty windows. They go down to the bus stop and get the FFX Connector to the local Walmart. They go to the TV Dept and watch the game. Sometimes he's got enough money for a 6" sun from the in store Subway and a small coke. When the game's over, they ride the bus home.

Of course he's such a nasty and selfish jackoff he doesn't give his wife none of the sandwich or even some of the coke even tho you get free refills.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 05:07PM

Alphabet-dick lacks creativity, among many other things.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: RE, Tards ()
Date: July 30, 2022 05:08PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 05:14PM

^^^ Look at this stupid jerk shit his pants!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 05:34PM

So we rational people enjoyed a fairly easy drive in today and are now as usual sitting in our reserved in-stadium parking spot waiting for the gates to open. Looks like we’ll get food in the Club today, then hit the Red Porch again on Mondey. Busy, busy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 06:59PM

So pizza for dinner after pizza for breakfast. Finished off the Pazzo Pulciella version this morning and doing the ballpark Enzo pepperoni version tonight while the guy next to us is filling out the lineups on his scorecard. Must be autistic or something.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Broccoli Rabe ()
Date: July 30, 2022 07:07PM

LOL! Enjoy the game.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 07:55PM

So the son of a former SEDC townhouse partner is here tonight with his long-term S.O. Had a nice chat with them just now Good people who work at the Nsvy Yard and live just a couple of blocks from the ballpark. We’d normally have lunch with them a couple times a year, but they’ve been on the road a lot. They do have three cats, so I guess someone is autistic over there.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/30/2022 08:10PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Don Gato ()
Date: July 30, 2022 08:29PM

Meow Meow Meow

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: July 30, 2022 08:39PM

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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!
Date: July 30, 2022 08:56PM

^^^ Linus-like ass-licking loser.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/30/2022 09:15PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: hluep ()
Date: July 30, 2022 09:13PM

^^^ Pizza Man puppet show

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 09:25PM

?????

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 10:38PM

Nats win! Nats win!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Screech! ()
Date: July 30, 2022 10:47PM

Yay Nationals!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fixer 0f It For You ()
Date: July 30, 2022 11:50PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Alphabet- Actual JP sucks vigorosly on big black dick and lacks creativity, among many other
> things.


FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 30, 2022 11:55PM

^^^ JP just kicks that asshole in the nuts day after day after day.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 12:08AM

We’ll that was a fun game tonight. Always more fun when you win of course, but this was interesting as well as ultimately victorious. Came from behind three times and then when we got the lead, it looked like we would surely lose anyway, but then we didn’t. Yay. Back in the Sweet Spot now munching on some pork Potstickers. Glad to be here and glad we have a day off Sunday. Monday and Wednesday against the Mets next week, but need to rest up a bit first.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fixer 0f It For You ()
Date: July 31, 2022 12:29AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> ^^^ JP just kisucks that cum out of the black asshole inand licks their nuts day
> after day after day.


FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 12:47AM

Wallow in it with that little dick that you can’t get up, faggot.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: KDDUL ()
Date: July 31, 2022 07:49AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Wallow in it with that little dick that you
> can’t get up, faggot.


I'm gone a day or 2 & I see the usual drunken, juvenile, potty mouth trashposted from a fake, racist homophobia Gerund Boy keep on as usu. 1ce he wakes up & takes a coupla slugs of Velicoff, I'm sure we'll see more & his usu. dbl. stds. why it's OK for him to say homophobia & racism words.

El Borracho Muchacho del Gerundio is such a hypocrite .

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: bru ()
Date: July 31, 2022 08:08AM

He’s autistic, too.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Pointer outer of things ()
Date: July 31, 2022 08:24AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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>
>
>
>
>
>
> In other good work, we will not of course be
> bothering to check out any part of failed Falls
> Church City. Nothing worthwhile exists or ever
> happens there after all. Just a dug-up dump of
> high-rise unhappiness that dining at Harper’s is
> just not going to cover for. The Itty Bitty City
> is just a bad deal all the way around.


HEY DIMWIT! Feast your eyes on this.


https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/the-10-most-livable-small-towns-in-america/ss-AA108BQs?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531&cvid=22f6549b007c4a48977f8f6d28626a4a#image=7



Here's something from the article.

"Falls Church, Virginia


No question, there’s plenty to keep you busy in Falls Church, which scored a perfect 100 out of 100 in the engagement category of the AARP Livability Index. There’s plenty of history too. The town takes its name from the historic Falls Church, where President George Washington and Virginia statesman George Mason were once congregation members.
"


Looks like FC isn't so bad a place afterall, huh Dimwit? Looks like you put your big bad boot in your mouth again, huh Dimwit? That's why your name's Dimwit!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Spar ()
Date: July 31, 2022 08:33AM

Word is that he’s allegedly autistic and prone to violent mood swings.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: July 31, 2022 09:55AM

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

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 12:00PM

^^^ Still just a bottom of the barrel, shit-slinging asshole. Never will be any more than that.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 12:53PM

Well, no better way to begin a day of rest than by sleeping in! I enjoyed that immensely. And when I did arise at last, I also enjoyed the laughs provided by the dips and dopes desperately trying to defend the imaginary honor and reputation of disgraceful FCC, a place ever noted for what's nearby, never for what’s at hand. Nearly all of the latter after all is simply awful, including the church of fascist schism that sits at the center of town. As a further example, note that of Trip Advisor’s Top Fifteen Falls Church restaurants, only Clare & Don’s (lol) is actually in The Little City. Everything else is some place else. And again when it comes to cash, once you let local CDPs in, some two dozen of them will check in higher than a place that has claimed tiny Great Forest Townhouses as the ‘Park Place’ of FCC. That in itself says a lot!

Meanwhile, it was already 82 degrees when I got up, but that’s about as warm as it’s going to get today. (This keyboard is going to have to go!)

Device switch may help some I hope, but we should see falling temps over the rest of the day as clouds and potential showers move into the area. The actual humidity is below 60% and winds are light out of the south, but some sort of rain seems officially likely in any case.

Real President Joe meanwhile cringes as Trumpist state legislators seek to revive
health care standards from days before women could vote. This is how out of step no and behind the curve this ‘modern’ GOP is. What a fine example of berserkish knee-jerk fringe extremism this is. To help with a desperately needed fix, simply never vote for any Republican again. They are all soulless, gutless. mindless traitors and cowards at this point. Cruz and Hawley aren’t even the worst of the bunch. Shun them all. Every single one of them.

In other Cases news, the Nats and Cards will close out July for us this afternoon. Josiah Gray will work for us, while another m promising youngster in Andre Plsnte (23) will start for STL. More eyes and ears will likely be trained on the trade wires though. The media are piling it on about how bad the Nats are, as if letting Scherzer, Turner, and all those others walk last year would have been a better plan. That’s just dumb. The 2022 trade deadline is Tuesday.at 6:00 PM EDT, and Rizzo will see what he can see. Don’t expect miracles though. The level of hype will likely exceed that of whatever actually happens.

That nothing nearly noteworthy will happen in FCC by Tuesday is of course a foregone conclusion. The Very Little City seems all but doomed to a Grounhog Day of doom as it struggles to find ways toward the 21st century. The shadowy literacy and numeracy skills of FCC locals here do as much to discredit the place as the absences of even common shopping and dining amenities.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 07/31/2022 02:48PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: pe7vj ()
Date: July 31, 2022 01:08PM

You’ve said it all!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: July 31, 2022 01:48PM

Davis store Wrote:
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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!
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: NWNCN ()
Date: July 31, 2022 03:36PM

TARDS-TARDS-TARDS!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 03:37PM

^^^ Unbelievable how completely fucked up these little babies are!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 04:33PM

Little Fag-Boy dirtbags cannot begin to defend themselves. What a sack of limp-dick sorry-shit losers.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: fadil ()
Date: July 31, 2022 05:10PM

You are full of stupid!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 06:04PM

Hardly. The world is my oyster. And oysters are a very good thing.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: EKUPT ()
Date: July 31, 2022 06:26PM

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> Little Fag-Boy dirtbags cannot begin to defend
> themselves. What a sack of limp-dick sorry-shit
> losers.


Says the drunken fake Gerund Boy who don't never show no proof of nothing. Like above, he shows juvenile potty mouth outbursts & thinx it's proof of what he's saying.

It looks like the people who think FC's a good place to live showed a link for proof. All Old Pottymouth's showed for supposed proof is "b|c I said so" & potty mouth outbursts & tantrums. All that proves is how self absorbed Gerund Boy is & he got the emotional dev. of a 4 YO & the mental dev. of a 5th grader. Anybody over 70 in that kinda shape is a real loser.

I'm glad I'm not a fake & childish drunken Gerund Boy. 1ce again, the loser is El Borracho Muchacho del Gerundio.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: July 31, 2022 06:43PM

Eat shit, you worthless uneducated turd.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: XDGHJ ()
Date: July 31, 2022 09:26PM

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> Eat shit, you worthless uneducated turd.


Says the phoney drunken homophobia Gerund Boy who thinx childish tantrums and 5th gr. potty mouth name calling is proof of what you say.

& Gerund Boy thinx FFXU posters want to be like him. LOL @ a racism homophobia dbl. std Gerund Boy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: August 01, 2022 12:55AM

^^^ Too Stupid 4evah.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Mr. Met! ()
Date: August 01, 2022 08:59AM

Yay Mets! Go Queens, New York!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: PFMVW ()
Date: August 01, 2022 09:40AM

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> ^^^ Too Stupid 4evah.


Just as I thought. Gerund Boy's drunk as usu. Gerund Boy really oughta stop drinking Velicoff. That cheap rotgut isn't good for you. It's bad enough being a drunk on moderate price booze or expensive booze but being a drunk on cheap vodka is the worst.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: August 01, 2022 09:55AM

Well, with some once prominent members yet again shamed into dormancy and out of circulation here, the local maggots and faggots can only struggle as they weakly mumble, fumble, and stumble their way down weed-choked paths of pointlessly noxious chatter and drivel. What a crew of English and math-challenged losers — which is not to imply that there is any other subject at all that has somehow come easily to them. Pathetic. Coming easily out here in the Sweet Spot of course is yet another marvelous summer morning. It was a cool if mostly cloudy 70 degrees when I got up, with breezes from the NW but the humidity already beyond 90%. Shouldn’t come to anything more than that, as while we had close to a quarter inch of rain overnight, the chance of any more of that today is small.

Good news for those of us with plans to go watch the return of Max Scherzer at Nats Park this evening. Just another ballgame really, but Max had a great 7-year run in DC, and even at the age of 38, he is a tough guy to handle on the hill. The wife will likely not be wearing any of her Scherzer shirts or jerseys this evening though.

But first, we and The Principals will meet up at the nail salon for assorted mani/pedi treatments. They are doing well by all reports. The cat-fancying one has got five of the eight kittens recently born under her shed into new homes, and the dog-fancying one will be doing three days in Vegas this week. Won’t be missing the floods by much.

Real President Joe is meanwhile gently coaxing the Schumer-Manchin reconciliation bill toward the finish line. The Wall Street Journal hates it, so what better endorsement could you have than that? And what American would not recoil from the notion of shuttering political events from media coverage? Ron DeSanta’s, that’s who. He wants only right-wing media credentialed for GOP events in his state due to pesky questions that others tend to ask. The nerve of them!

In other news, the MLB trade deadline is at 6:00 PM tomorrow, meaning that all the frenzy and furor should die down a bit at last. Nothing much of any real interest has happened so far, but things could always change quickly.

Nothing at all ever seems to change of course amidst the never-ending tedium of Falls Church City. The City Council Will step out at 7:00 this evening on its walking tour of Park Avenue, hoping to get citizen input into ways and means for improving that stretch of road. Meet up in front of the library to join in the fun.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: August 01, 2022 03:20PM

So the main nails lady had to call out sick today, meaning that we will move all mani/pedi appointments to Saturday, when dog-lover will be back from Las Vegas. So it goes sometimes. Still have Nats-Mets on the agenda for this evening.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: ybcbt ()
Date: August 01, 2022 04:37PM

I’ll alert the the media.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: August 01, 2022 04:43PM

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> 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
> &g