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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 08:19AM

Exactly. There is no meaning to a life of lies.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: mwc9d ()
Date: September 17, 2022 08:25AM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: September 17, 2022 10:11AM

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

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city..... ()
Date: September 17, 2022 10:29AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Never. actually. There are no lies, no spam, no
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> that you have neither fealty to nor affinity for.
> Sad.

More lies.

Two conflicting accounts. One provides actual, unvarnished, undisputed, and unbiased evidence. The other whines like a little autistic freak. Guess who wins every time?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 10:33AM

Well, the weakling Whiffies and assorted other low-life losers are sunk into a silence of shame after another run of simply preposterous posts. Chief amongst these is a clown who has long histories of outright lying and of failing to notice major events occurring right in his own back yard. And yet he tell you he knows better than you what is right before your eyes when you are 15 miles away. It’s all as sick as his entirely phony and unlicensed practice of medicine. What a worthless creep.

Worth a great deal of course are beautiful homes on much larger than average lots nestled among the woods, fields, and streams of the spectacular Sweet Spot. It was a cool 63 degrees out here when I got up with lots of sun and just puffs of breeze from the NE. No rain today, but the humidity is well into the 80s, with high temps today expected to fall short of that. The wife and I were able to get our 5th round of COVID protection yesterday, and we’ll continue to count on those as we take ourselves out with the crowds at Nats Park later today, a journey which will also serve to underscore the true and current state of grassy areas along both sides of the length of Wash Ave.

Real President Joe can hardly be surprised at Georgia prosecutors suggesting that their probes will lead to prison sentences. There was all manner of impropriety going on during the Ding Dong debacle, so let some heads roll. No official actions yet on the sadistic practices of migrant-napping by certain southern trolls, but like J6 rioters, they may feel something soon enough.

In other news, the Nats got down 4-0 early against The Fish last night, but a Joey Meneses inside the park homer and a nifty 2-run triple from CJ Abrams tied it in the 7th, and a ground rule double from Ildemaro Vargas plated a run in the 8th. Kyle Finnegan then came in to throw four ground balls, the last of which closed out a 5-4 Nats win. The two teams play again this afternoon with Erick Fedde facing Trevor Rogers. Neither has had a season to write home about. The wife and I will head down to join our ballpark pals and check things out.

No need of course to check anything out in the forlorn forests of Falls Church City. There’s never much of any real value or interest going on there, so it's best just to take advantage of one of the many routes leading out of or around the town. The less time spent there the better.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: tarder sauce ()
Date: September 17, 2022 10:47AM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: RE, Tards ()
Date: September 17, 2022 10:49AM

tarder sauce Wrote:
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> > JP plowed ME today Wrote:
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 10:52AM

seven figure city..... Wrote:
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> More lies.

Lies — like spam — are your department. Weakling.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 17, 2022 11:08AM

Nope. Actual evidence is my department. Nothing more is needed to defeat an impotent loser like you.

Two conflicting accounts. One provides actual, unvarnished, undisputed, and unbiased evidence. The other whines like a little autistic freak. Guess who wins every time?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Billy the Marlin! ()
Date: September 17, 2022 11:42AM

Yay Marlins! Go Miami! Hurrah Covid boosters and Flu vax!!!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 11:57AM

Nothing new from the disgraced asshole. The ‘actual evidence’ he speaks of is actually just babbled nonsense and outdated, cherry-picked images. But not the CMYK image.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 17, 2022 12:11PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Nothing new from the disgraced asshole. The
> ‘actual evidence’ he speaks of is actually
> just babbled nonsense and outdated, cherry-picked
> images.

Outdated? Taken this summer.

Nonsense? Why? Because they directly contradict what you say? I saw Lot 4 twice this week with my own eyes. I can attest to the accuracy and authenticity of the images I and others have provided.

Cherry picked? You've been free all along to pick your own showing that 70% of the parcel lot 4 sits on consists of grass. You haven't. Now, why do you think that might be.

No, autistic freak, you just can't handle the fact that you've had your fat ass thoroughly handed to you. Not much you can do about it though. You think your whining is having much of an impact?

> But not the CMYK image.

The burden is on you to produce that. I claim it doesn't exist. Nothing has been entered into the record to contradict my claim. Ergo, you lose (again).

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 12:18PM

Flu vaccine is good of course, but there's plenty of time yet for that, and better to do one shot at a time so that if you have a reaction, you know which one you've reacted to.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 12:36PM

Go bury your uneducated but over-stuffed head in the sorry sands of Falls Church City, Linus. In 90 minutes or so, the wife and I will be driving down Wash Ave once again, laughing all the way at the many blunders of yours that are on display there.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey ()
Date: September 17, 2022 12:36PM

^ Tangential speech.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: "I see your true colors..." ()
Date: September 17, 2022 12:38PM

Don't miss the opportunity to take a picture this time to prove your point.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 01:04PM

Twice confused. And that's being generous.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Sharing is caring ()
Date: September 17, 2022 01:23PM

Many missed opportunities to prove your point. But you seem unwilling or unable to do that 'for some reason.' And that's being generous.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 02:26PM

Your need to copy the words of others marks you.

But here we are in our reserved in-stadium parking spot once again after an easy trip into town and down the ever so familiar sights along Wash Ave. Looks like we’ll eat in the club today,

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 02:49PM

And here’s something else that none of you have…
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 17, 2022 03:31PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Go bury your uneducated but over-stuffed head in
> the sorry sands of Falls Church City, Linus. In 90
> minutes or so, the wife and I will be driving down
> Wash Ave once again, laughing all the way at the
> many blunders of yours that are on display there.


What's on display are the numerous accounts and images that show you lied. You can drive up and down Washington Ave. hundreds of times today and it will never change the fact you got caught lying.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 04:03PM

There are no lies of mine here at all, Fag Boy, just your childish shit-slinging being called out as the endless line of dishonest slop that you post out of so much ignorance. envy, and butthurt. And not actually having been here in a dog’s age.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: tarder sauce ()
Date: September 17, 2022 05:31PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 05:41PM

Douchebag.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 17, 2022 05:59PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> There are no lies of mine here at all,

You seem heavily invested in this being the case. However, you don't have the means necessary to credibly disavow the fact you are a lying fraud. Someone so invested in not being labeled a liar would jump at the chance to substantiate his claims. You run away at every chance and only whine when actual evidence is presented to show you lied. Hardly the habits of a truthful person.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 06:58PM

Fraud. Tell me the color of the car parked to the left of ours, Fag Boy. What, no airplane picture of that?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Mark Syou ()
Date: September 17, 2022 07:02PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> And here’s something else that none of you
> have…
> .


If you'd take a picture of some dumb little shit like this trying to rub it in our faces, surely you'd take a pic of "large grassy areas, etc., to do the same.

But seems that you can't.

Go figure.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 07:08PM

Nats win. Linus loses. Again.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 08:42PM

Fathead doesn’t see a difference between sitting in a Club Level easy chair and driving along a 3-lane road at 40 mph

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Terraria ()
Date: September 17, 2022 09:15PM

This conversation sucks.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 09:29PM

Linus can’t do anything above a third grade by level. Meanwhile, the wife land I have topped off the Nats wonderful win with a delightful dinner out.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: What's the speed limit there? ()
Date: September 17, 2022 09:35PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Fathead doesn’t see a difference between sitting
> in a Club Level easy chair and driving along a
> 3-lane road at 40 mph


With two people in the car.

Had no problem by myself. With MPD behind me at the time.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: 9ueph ()
Date: September 17, 2022 09:39PM

Did you get The Ozzie Rolls?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 17, 2022 11:09PM

You seem heavily invested in this being the case. However, you don't have the means necessary to credibly disavow the fact you are a lying fraud. Someone so invested in not being labeled a liar would jump at the chance to substantiate his claims. You run away at every chance and only whine when actual evidence is presented to show you lied. Hardly the habits of a truthful person.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 17, 2022 11:13PM

What's the speed limit there? Wrote:
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> Had no problem by myself. With MPD behind me at the time.

High-speed pursuit?

You, as a deplorable person, may behave differently, but as for me, I’m not willing to endanger others by creating traffic hazards simply in order to take pictures for useless uncaring ass.clowns like you.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: CWTHE ()
Date: September 18, 2022 12:13AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> There is no meaning to a life of lies.
>

Which is why Gerund Boy's life don't got no meaning. How can your life have any meaning when the highlight of your day is pooping your Depends while you yell at the neighborhood kids to get off your lawn? That's Gerund Boy right there. A loser .

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Not a very capable guy I suppose ()
Date: September 18, 2022 12:56AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> the time.
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> High-speed pursuit?
>
> You, as a deplorable person, may behave
> differently, but as for me, I’m not willing to
> endanger others by creating traffic hazards simply
> in order to take pictures for useless uncaring
> ass.clowns like you.


15-ish MPH.

You're going 40 in a 25? Not any danger in taking a pic while wife is driving or vice versa.

But you can't seem to manage that.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: hotel guest ()
Date: September 18, 2022 01:31AM

I stayed at cosby highway in was there for a week. Empoyee asked if I had pain meds. Gave her a few. The day I left the pain meds was missing. I brought it to managers attion she went back to the house keeper and said I blamed them. But there wasn't butthree people that had keys me , manager, and house keeper that stayed and the property. I wouldn't stay there even if it was for free. They need new managment and workers. Thy have roaches and it is full of people that take pills. Its not safe for families with small kids. Cops where there 4 out of 7 days I was there.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: WYMHH ()
Date: September 18, 2022 09:01AM

Not a very capable guy I suppose Wrote:
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> > differently, but as for me, I’m not willing
> to
> > endanger others by creating traffic hazards
> simply
> > in order to take pictures for useless uncaring
> > ass.clowns like you.
>
>
> 15-ish MPH.
>
> You're going 40 in a 25? Not any danger in taking
> a pic while wife is driving or vice versa.
>
> But you can't seem to manage that.


Here we see a drunken Gerund Boy painting himself in a corner again. If his wife's driving, his excuse for him not taking a pic falls flat on its face. Since Gerund Boy's drunk all the time, he oughta be familiar with faceplants. If he's driving, he's admitting to driving drunk again. He's admitted to that before. If he's driving drunk, it's no surprise he's doing 40 in a 25 zone. P
Maybe that will get him caught by MPD or the Capitol Hill police & he'll get taken off the road. 1 thing we need allot less of are drunk drivers like Gerund Boy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 10:26AM

9ueph Wrote:
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> Did you get The Ozzie Rolls?

Well, we were recognized walking in by Manager Chris, so we got a basket free . Also got what was a 40-minute wait time cut to about five, They were really busy and also already out of the prime rib. Maybe next time.
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 11:20AM

At home, we normally don’t go out on Saturday’s, but after a nice ballgame, we sometimes do. And as I’ve noted before, Patsy’s is a) really good, and b) on the way home, so it makes an easy go-to dinner destination. Six oysters of course, for me to start while the wife had the shrimp and crab fritters. I then moved on to the steak-frites. and she to the hickory-grilled salmon as she frequently does. It’s so good that we had to split the mixed berry shortcake for desert. Wine, coffee, and a generous tip pushed the total to just over $200. Very nice way to top off the day.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: XPNDE ()
Date: September 18, 2022 11:37AM

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This off topic trashposting is typical of Gerund Boy when he gets caught with his supposably "big bad" boot in his mouth like he just got caught with. Putting their "big bad boot" in his mouth is something Old Pottymouth does all the time. Gerund Boy paints himself in a corner & thinx if he trashposts off topic people won't notice. Gerund Boy gets caught all the time.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 11:41AM

Alphabet-Boi! Hahahahaha!!! They don’t come a whole lot dumber!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/18/2022 11:47AM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: txwlw ()
Date: September 18, 2022 11:49AM

baseless bluster

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 12:00PM

Simple facts. Alphabet-Boi is an uneducated dope, and so are you. .

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: toffi ()
Date: September 18, 2022 12:31PM

HaHaHaHaHa!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: September 18, 2022 12:40PM

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> have
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> 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: September 18, 2022 01:40PM

Well, the last of two sandwiches from Santini's is now gone. Bowl of chili and a couple of slices of pizza will be gone by evening, and two boxes from last night at Patsy’s won’t likely last much beyond that. Love it when the fridges are full! Love it as well when (as is the case again this morning) the Sweet Spot is blessed with beautiful weather. It was a fine 73 degrees when i got up to greet all sunny skies, low humidity, and easy breezes out of the south. We should make it into the low 80s later on with little chance of any rain. A quick check on Cape Canaveral shows that Thu will be the only day in ten without t-storms. LOL!

Real President Joe is hardly surprised that the blowback against immigrant stunts by GOP nerds has been so strong. This crap rings about as true as good old family separation, and aside from outright bigots, there’s not much support for it. Just one more reason really why no reasonable person should vote for any GOP person for any office at all. That whole barrel is just full of rotten apples.

In other news, Erick Fedde got cuffed around some by the Marlins, but with four solo homers and an RBI double, the Nats plated a single run in each of the first five innings, then saw the bullpen allow but a single hit over the final five frames to lock down a nifty 5-3 win. It’s always a fun time at the ballpark but even better when the good guys win. The Nats will try to do that again today with Anibal Sanchez on the mound. Cy Young candidate Sandy Alcantara will throw for them. Could be a problem.

Problems are of course an every day reality for the slow-poke maggots and faggots mired in miserable Falls Church City. Obstacles have however been removed from a path to put major low-income housing into so-called Virginia Village along S Maple Ave, so definitely look forward to that

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Jerseylicious ()
Date: September 18, 2022 01:54PM

Well, look at you.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: September 18, 2022 02:40PM

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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
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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 02:51PM

^^^ Imagine the awful state of life that would lead someone to this.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Ricky Retardo ()
Date: September 18, 2022 03:12PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 03:25PM

^^^. Down, down, down the dark ladder.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 04:06PM

Nats lose. Alcanntara just too tough. .

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 18, 2022 06:34PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> There are no lies of mine here at all,

You seem heavily invested in this being the case. However, you don't have the means necessary to credibly disavow the fact you are a lying fraud. Someone so invested in not being labeled a liar would jump at the chance to substantiate his claims. You run away at every chance and only whine when actual evidence is presented to show you lied. Hardly the habits of a truthful person.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: RACECAR ()
Date: September 18, 2022 06:46PM

He talks funny, too.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JMWCE ()
Date: September 18, 2022 07:16PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Alphabet-Boi! Hahahahaha!!! They don’t come a
> whole lot dumber!

They don't come allot more Childish than Gerund Boy with his 5th gr. potty mouth name calling.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 07:26PM

Go suck an egg, Linus. Lies, spoofs, spam, and sock puppets are all in your corrupt bailiwick, and I leave them all gladly in your lame, ignorant purposeless hands.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 18, 2022 07:31PM

No lies, no spoofs, no sockpuppets. Why would I need them when I have all the actual evidence in the world that clearly demonstrates that you lied multiple times. When you've got the best, it's smart to use the best. And actual evidence is the best remedy against your lies. Smart people know that. Stupid people make up excuses and whine about "twisting in the wind" and disappearing/reappearing crape myrtle bullshit.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 07:51PM

Fail! Who won the water wars?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: fghdh ()
Date: September 18, 2022 07:53PM

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: CXXYN ()
Date: September 18, 2022 08:07PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Simple facts. Alphabet-Boi isI'm an uneducated dope,
> and so are youa racist, homophobic hypocrite and a childish fake. .


FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: DPCFM ()
Date: September 18, 2022 08:12PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Fail! Who won the water wars?

Typical drunken Gerund Boy off topic trashpost when he's proven a phoney, which happens every day. "Fact & reason", LOL @ a racist homophobia hypocrite Gerund Boy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 18, 2022 09:17PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Fail! Who won the water wars?

Your boy Nick called the deal a "blockbuster" trade that netted the city a parcel described as “possibly the most valuable piece of real estate on the entire eastern seaboard.”

You don't want to talk about Great Forest or Washington Ave. anymore? Guess you know you lost pretty badly there. LOL!

You're old enough that you should know "I told you so" hasn't won an argument since preschool. Are you smart enough though?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 18, 2022 11:28PM

Eat shit, Linus. Which of course is just what FCC was forced to do in the water wars. Who used to supply your water? Who does today? Coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: petersint ()
Date: September 19, 2022 08:33AM

Thanks for this interesting information!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Fixer 0f It For You ()
Date: September 19, 2022 10:32AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> I Eat shit sandwiches, Linus. Which of course is just what FCC
> was forced to do in the water wars. Who used to
> supply your water? Who does today?
I'm a Coward.



FIFY

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 10:36AM

Yeah, the City was abandoned by the Corps of Engineers. They lost in court in McLean, then in Alexandria, then in Richmond, and finally in Fairfax. Options exhausted, the City had no choice but to accept what they had once dismissed as ’pennies on the dollar’ in handing the whole lucrative operation and all its land, pumps, pipes, and other infrastructure over to hated Fairfax Water. And with it of course went millions in annual revenues from non-residents that had supported the City’s budget for decades. A criminal enterprise at last shut down. And all less than ten years ago. Some of us remember, others do not. And if you are FIFY, you are too fucked in the head to have known what was going on anyway. These super-little people are just ever out of the loop.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/19/2022 10:47AM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: Jokie Mahtling ()
Date: September 19, 2022 12:40PM

Heeyyy!

Today is- National Talk Like a Pirate Day!!

What is every buccaneer's favorite watering hole in the DC metro area?... GAAARRRRRR!!!

HawHaw HeeHee Weeeee!!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 12:44PM

Well, the Whiffies are down once again to traditionally non-responsive mindless shit-babbling, while the dirtbag maggots, faggots, and mudskippers can only bubble away in the ooze, muck, and mire. Non-contenders all. Far better conditions are being enjoyed out here in the Sweet Spot where it was a delightful 71 degrees when I got up. We’re expecting some partly cloudy conditions over the course of the afternoon, but we will still enjoy a mostly sunny day with low humidity, light SW breezes, and little chance of any rain. Beautiful conditions all in all, a perfect match for the beautiful landscapes out this way.

Real President Joe is of course keeping a close eye on all those Americans in Puerto Rico as Hurricane Fiona roars through. Resources beyond rolls of paper towels will be brought to bear in coming days. On the more comic side of course, we all watch as Ding Dong's failing rallies lurch ever further away from anything resembling reality. Same of course with Gov Trumpkin’s new guidelines for hating and abandoning the LGBTQ community ever so quietly rolled out late this past Friday. Just as bigoted and shameful as one might have expected.

In other news, the Nats (51 wins) will visit the Braves (91 wins) tonight with hopeful Cory Abbott (0-2) the best we can throw against very good Kyle Wright (18-5). It’s still baseball though, so we'll just have to see. Among former Nats, both Yan Gomes and Juan Soto recently had big games for their current clubs. Have to be fans of both for what they did here in 2019. Still amazing.

Not really amazing at all,of course is the continued crummy condition of flushable Falls Church City. Sensible persons of course hope never to go there, but for the rest, there will be rolling lane closures in and around Seven Corners through October in association with needed bridge repairs. Lots in the FCC area is tumbling down after all.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: CPXMC ()
Date: September 19, 2022 01:42PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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>
>
> faggots,
> ,
>
>
> Same of course with Gov Trumpkin’s new
> guidelines for hating and abandoning the LGBTQ
> community ever so quietly rolled out late this
> past Friday. Just as bigoted and shameful as one
> might have expected.
>
>





Here we see what a phoney Gerund Boy is. He complains about "bigots" but uses a bigot word as a insult. & Gerund Boy complains about somebody "abandoning" & "hating" the LGBTQ Community but uses a bad word for gay people to Insult somebody. Old Pottymouth sure is a fake & a hypocrite. Watch Gerund Boy trashpost some bogus & lame excuse why it's supposably OK for him to say that word & nobody else. A fake drunken Gerund Boy shows us what a loser he is every day. "Fact & reason"? LOL @ a fake like Gerund Boy.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 02:15PM

Here’s another word —- DUMB!!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 02:45PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Eat shit, Linus.

I'll leave the GAR, Santini's, and Subway to you.

> Which of course is just what FCC
> was forced to do in the water wars. Who used to
> supply your water?

Falls Church Water.

> Who does today?

Fairfax Water.

> Coward.

we'll see who the coward is. It's likely you see him in the mirror every day.

Who owned nearly 40 acres of prime real estate next to WFC Metro in 2012?

Who does today?

Coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 02:53PM

That shit again? If it had been such a great deal, the City would have jumped at it up front. Instead they fought to the bitter end. Lying dope.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 03:04PM

LOL! Coward can't answer the questions! What a fucking pussy. He either doesn't know the facts all that well or knows the facts aren't in his favor.

Watch him weasel word his way out of it again!

Who owned nearly 40 acres of prime real estate next to WFC Metro in 2012?

Who does today?

Coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 03:14PM

Linus is like a roly-poly bug. When danger comes, he just rolls up and hides. Such a worthless, shit-slinging little coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city.... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 03:22PM

LOL! Projecting again, autistic freak.

I answered your questions. I'm right here laughing at your impotent ass. You're ducking my questions like a massive pussy.

Let's watch you do it again.

Who owned nearly 40 acres of prime real estate next to WFC Metro in 2012?

Who does today?

Coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: BPTME ()
Date: September 19, 2022 03:30PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Here’s another word —- DUMB!!


& it accurately describes Gerund Boy too!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 04:00PM

seven figure city.... Wrote:
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> LOL! Projecting again, autistic freak.

Hiding behind psycho-babble again. Just another field you have no educational or practical background in. Unqualified creep.

> I answered your questions.

With lies? Your city was crushed in the water wars. So were you, Fag Boy..

> I'm right here laughing…

So not at work then?

> Who owned nearly 40 acres of prime real estate
> next to WFC Metro in 2012?

Is that a gross number that should have been net? Stupid fag.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP is a little bitch ()
Date: September 19, 2022 04:34PM

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> >
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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!
Date: September 19, 2022 04:40PM

Uh-oh. Linus = triggered.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 08:08PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Hiding behind psycho-babble again.

Just pointing out the obvious. More facts you can't emotionally handle.

> > I answered your questions.
>
> With lies?

So the claim that Falls Church water used to supply my water and Fairfax Water does today is a lie? Doesn't sound like a winning strategy.

> > I'm right here laughing…
>
> So not at work then?

Did they not allow you to laugh at work? Sounds miserable. Work is whenever and wherever I make it happen.

> > Who owned nearly 40 acres of prime real estate
> > next to WFC Metro in 2012?
>
> Is that a gross number that should have been net?

It's a question you are obviously too much of a pussy to answer.

> Stupid fag.

Autistic freak.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: WN3DU ()
Date: September 19, 2022 08:27PM

seven figure city... Wrote:
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> > >
> >
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>
> > > I'm right here laughing…
> >
> > So not at work then?
>
> Did they not allow you to laugh at work? Sounds
> miserable.
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> > >
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He's obviously the most miserable old fuck that ever lived. He wouldn't know anything about laughing. That's why the old fogey doesn't understand everybody's laughing at him. He's always saying how everybody envies him. Who'd want to be a miserable old shithead loser like him?

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 08:30PM

Neither of you is ever more than an embarrassment to yourselves. Multidimensional losers is all you are.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/19/2022 08:39PM by Actual JP Morgenthau.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city..... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 08:42PM

I'm the guy that exposes you as a lying fraud. You're the coward frightened by a simple question.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 08:58PM

Give it up, moron. You’re the uneducated, broke-ass lying dope in a dump loser, and I’m the wealthy Sweet Spot retiree with more than the degrees, honoraries, awards and commendations needed to make you look like just a total and irredeemable dumbfuck .

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 09:27PM

Look how quickly you ran away from the nearly 40 acres question and retreated to the baseless bluster. Even more quickly than your Washington Ave. and Great Forest retreats.

Of course, all those retreats only confirm you know you're losing.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 19, 2022 09:34PM

Was that a gross number, Fag Boy? Same dishonest duck and cover crap as years ago. And Wash Ave and GF/GFT have been done to death, all of it to your disadvantage. Loser.



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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city..... ()
Date: September 19, 2022 10:21PM

You left questions unanswered. Why? Coward.

Your Washington Ave. and Great Forest claims remain unsubstantiated. I've provided actual evidence. You whined.

Someone so invested in not being labeled a liar would jump at the chance to substantiate his claims. You run away at every chance and only whine when actual evidence is presented to show you lied. Hardly the habits of a truthful person.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JP's Pants Are On Fire ()
Date: September 20, 2022 12:12AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> I’m
> the wealthy Sweet Spot retiree with more than the
> degrees, honoraries, awards and commendations
>
>


Obvious lie. If you was all that, you'd of showed something to prove what you're saying. You'd of known you're suppose to show your proof. You learn it in school. You obviously flunked out since you didn't show proof.

You're a liar and a moron, too.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: FFXU Online Internet Sock Puppet ()
Date: September 20, 2022 12:18AM

JP's Pants Are On Fire Wrote:
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> > the

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> lie.
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Actually, his Depends are on fire. He poohed in them, too.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 20, 2022 09:00AM

I have long chosen for myself the honorable paths of simple fact and reason, eschewing those of easy filth, cowardice, and low-grade shit-slinging, paths that shameful others here are so wont to turn to. The hollow carping of such low-lifes in return is not any credible or responsible thing. Their lies ever remain just lies, and their ignorance, envy, and butthurt ever continue to define and debase each and every moment of their lowly and unsatisfying existence.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: rien ()
Date: September 20, 2022 09:23AM

Look at you!

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: seven figure city... ()
Date: September 20, 2022 10:43AM

Facts are supported by evidence. Reason dictates that one shows evidence to substantiate his claims.

You fail at both because you are a liar.

Who owned nearly 40 acres of prime real estate next to WFC Metro in 2012?

Who does today?

Coward.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 20, 2022 11:23AM

Well, it’s clear that the Whiffies remain haunted and heavy laden by their many egregious failures of the past, burdens that have never been balanced out by any sort of actual (as opposed to falsely proclaimed) successes. And just as plain is that the ignorance of the middle school maggots and faggots precludes to them any rightful place in posting here or anywhere else at all. There are indeed some levels of dumbness that even the best education cannot overcome, to say nothing of the grossly incomplete versions that these slacker sloths and slugs have been exposed to. Losers is all they are or ever will be.

It’s of course always been all winners out here in the fabulous Sweet Spot — folks of notable academic, professional, and financial attainment. They make for good neighbors, in part because they are made somewhat distant by the simple scale of geography in this neck of the woods. It was indeed a lovely 70 degrhees outside when I got up, the woods, fields, and streams bathed in torrents of Golden sun. We might see some clouds moving in for a bit this evening, but for now, it’s clear skies, low humidity, and light NW winds. Easy to get used to all that.

Real President Joe can hardly be surprised that another Ding Dong election crony has been caught lying in a sworn deposition. Her lawyers say that she merely misremembered when claiming under oath to have only briefly stopped by the anteroom of an Georgia elections center when video shows her moving in and out of the back rooms of the facility for more than four hours. These GOP dorks literally lie like Linus. A lot of supplies had meanwhile been pre-positioned in Puerto Rico and Hurricane Fiona has saved her worst for later, but there will still be lots of work to tend to there, and to a much higher standard than what happened with Maria five years ago.

In other news, we didn’t deal very well with ATL’s Kyle Wright, who moved to 19-5 after posting a 5-2 win over our guys. We’ll try again tonightbwithmPatrick Corbin facing Charlie Morton. We’re up to 96 losses now, and with 15 games to play (all against the NL East) we’ll be hitting the 100-mark very soon. Under Bozo Bobby’s clever new rules though, even finishing with the worst record in baseball will not be enough to assure the top 2023 draft pick. BB is such a sorry-ass loser.

So of course is the baffled burg of Falls Church City. No wins have been recorded there in god knows how long. Instead the place is overwhelmed by swarms of poorly educated liars and losers hoping to somehow save face while enduring dreadful levels of diesel fumes. Surviving in some cases on meager rations of diced cucumber and fava beans, these urchins must migrate even to access the likes of a GAR store or Santini’s. Even what passes for local Subway outlets are not actually in the City. What a downright sorry place to stay.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: YYVCU ()
Date: September 20, 2022 11:44AM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> I have long chosen for myself the honorable paths
> of simple fact and reason,

When you're in a disagreement with somebody, facts is what you show to support your points. Reason is connecting the facts to your points.

Gerund Boy presents off topic posts that nobody can confirm or deny or even cares about. Gerund boy presents juvenile potty mouth name calling since he can't connect his off topic posts to what's being disagreed about.

So here we see that this statement from Old Pottymouth is a lie.


> eschewing those of easy
> filth, cowardice, and low-grade shit-slinging,


Juvenile potty mouth name calling is filthy. That's why it's called "potty" mouth. Gerund boy's an expert at this. It's why 1 of his names is "Old Pottymouth".

Old Pottymouth won't address anything that challenges him. Instead, he posts off topic replies. Sometimes, he says he's not going to address the challenges. That shows cowardice. So we see another lie from Gerund Boy.

There's no argument that potty mouth name calling and using homophobia & racist names as insults is the equivalent of slinging poo-poo. So here's a 4TH lie from Gerund Boy. All in just 1 POST!



> paths that shameful others here are so wont to
> turn to. The hollow carping of such low-lifes in
> return is not any credible or responsible thing.
> Their lies ever remain just lies, and their


Here we see what a hypocrite Gerund Boy is. He's been caught in 4 lies in JUST THIS 1 POST & he's trying to criticize people for supposably "lying".



> ignorance, envy, and butthurt ever continue to
> define and debase each and every moment of their
> lowly and unsatisfying existence.


Old Pottymouth is calling people "ignorant"? There's a dbl. std. for you. Ignorant would be thinking anybody wants to be a fake, lying, racist, homophobia hypocrite like Gerund Boy. Gerund Boy thinks people "envy" somebody like that. Gerund Boy's the only 1 here who thinks like that. This would make Gerund Boy ignorant. Seeing how Old Pottymouth is losing so bad, he's the 1 getting his rear end kicked so the "butthurt" is all on Gerund Boy.

So we see this trashpost from Gerund Boy is full of lies & falsehoods. Because of this, when Gerund boy ssays he's "Mr. Fact & Reason", he's lying.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 20, 2022 11:55AM

Go fuck yourself, dirtbag. You’ve hung around for years and not yet had anything serious to say. Stupid failtard.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 20, 2022 12:09PM

And while we’re at it, let’s note that the asshole has once again failed to note that his foolish ‘40 acre’ claim ignores the 38 improved acres that FCC had to cede to the County under the settlement. The development around the Dunn Loring Metro station sits atop water infrastructure that FCC installed, confident that its lawyers would ultimately prevail. They didn’t, and all of that simply passed to Fairfax Water.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Posted by: JDHMW ()
Date: September 20, 2022 12:10PM

Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
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> Go fuck yourself, dirtbag. You’ve hung around
> for years and not yet had anything serious to say.
> Stupid failtard.


Spoken like a TRUE 5TH GRADER on a elementary school playground . Instead of challenging the points with this "fact & reason" he's always talking about, Gerund Boy calls on his Ol' Reliable which is juvenile potty mouth name calling. Oh wait. Gerund Boy don't got the same understanding of "fact & reason" like everybody else does. Gerund Boy calls Proven lies "fact" & juvenile potty mouth name calling "reason".

Tup, nothing unexpected from a drunken racist homophobia hypocrite Gerund Boy here.

What a fake.

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Re: Dollar Tree on Maple Avenue in Vienna is now open!
Date: September 20, 2022 12:17PM

JDHMW Wrote:
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> Spoken like a TRUE 5TH GRADER on a elementary
> school playground .

I know my audience asshole, and how to talk down to it.

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