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Relocation of the Police Pension Fund

As of September 9, 2002, the Police Pension Fund relocated all services to our members from our previous work location at 1 Police Plaza to our current one at 233 Broadway (Woolworth Building), 19 floor, across from City Hall Park.

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Allowable Retiree Income Increased (212 Waiver)

Effective January, 2003, retirees can earn up to $25,000 a year in the New
York State public employment while still collecting their full pension.
This has been increased from $20,000 a year.

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Retiree Income Limitation

This law allows retirees, aged 65 or older, who have public employment in New York State, to forgo any earnings limitation. The previous age criteria was 70 years of age.

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Death Gamble for Tier II Members

As of December 3, 2002, Tier II members (hired on/after 7/1/73) with a minimum period of allowable police service (20 years) are now covered by the death gamble coverage while in active service. Designated beneficiaries will receive the actuarial value of the pension reserve in a lump sum or in periodic payments.

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Variable Supplement Fund (VSF) “DROP”

In addition to the pension VSF payment, there will now be an active VSF payment for members who qualify. This is VSF money that a member would have gotten if he or she had retired after twenty years of allowable police service. Active members will have the VSF banked for them with a 20th anniversary date of January 1, 2002 or after. This money will be sent out December 15 if you retire prior to November 1 of the same year. If
a member retires in the month of November, their check will be mailed December 31. In those cases when a retiree retires in the month of December he/she will receive their VSF in December of the following year.

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Transferred Prior Service Settlement

Former members of the New York City Employees Retirement System (NYCERS) as Housing or Transit Police Officers who properly transferred prior state time to NYCERS, and were active members of NYPD on May 1, 1995 will now receive up front service credit for that time.

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Chapter 571 of the Laws of 2000 — Amendment

Also referred to as the " Bowden Bill", Former Housing or Transit Police Officers who were members of the New York City Employees Retirement System (NYCERS) before June 30, 1992, and were active members of the NYPD on December 8, 2000, will have the opportunity to transfer and purchase service credit not previously transferred, due to misinformation provided by the retirement system at the time of hire.

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Chapter 646 of the Laws of 1999— Amendment

Any member, who purchases service credit under this law and where the previous retirement system membership is based on certain designated law enforcement service, such service shall be credited as “allowable” up front police service. For this purpose, such service shall include:

I. Uniformed service including police department, fire department, corrections department or sanitation department of the City of New York or the State of New York or any agency or political subdivision thereof (including NYCERS, Police and Fire); or

ii. Service as a peace officer as specified in §2.10 of the CPL; or

iii. Service in the title of sheriff, deputy sheriff, marshal, district attorney investigator or other State law enforcement positions.

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Chapter 552 of the Laws of 2000— Amendment

Any member, who purchases service credit under this law and where the previous retirement system membership is based on certain designated law enforcement service, shall have such service credited as “allowable” up front police service. For this purpose, such service shall include:

i. Uniformed service including police department, fire department, corrections department or sanitation department of the City of New York or the State of New York or any agency or political subdivision thereof (including NYCERS, Police and Fire); or

ii. Service as a peace officer as specified in §2.10 of the CPL; or

iii. Service in the title of sheriff, deputy sheriff, marshal, district attorney investigator or other State law enforcement positions.

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Sours: http://www.nypd2.org/retirement/html/retiree_pension.html

Eligible NYSLRS retirees will see a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) increase in their monthly pension payments beginning in late September 2021. For payment dates, check our pension payment calendar.

This COLA is a permanent annual increase to your retirement benefit. It is based on the cost-of-living index and is designed to address inflation.

cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) coming soon

How Cost-of-Living Adjustment is Determined

COLA payments are based on the rate of inflation, as reflected in the consumer price index published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The law requires that COLA payments be calculated based on 50 percent of the annual rate of inflation, measured at the end of the fiscal year (on March 31st). In addition, the COLA cannot be less than 1 percent or greater than 3 percent of your benefit.

The COLA adjustment is applied to the first $18,000 of your benefit calculated as a Single Life Allowance, even if you selected a different pension payment option. Once your COLA payments begin, you will automatically receive an increase to your monthly benefit each September.

The September 2021 COLA equals 1.4 percent, for a maximum annual increase of $252.00, or $21.00 per month before taxes.

eligibility for cost-of-living adjustment (COLA)

When Will You See the Increase?

Eligible retirees will see the first 2021 COLA payment in their September pension payment. It will be available to those with direct deposit on September 30, 2021. If you receive a paper check, the COLA will be included in the check mailed on September 29, 2021.

You can sign in to your Retirement Online account to view a current breakdown of your pension payment. If you have direct deposit and are eligible for a COLA increase, you will receive notification of the net change in your monthly payment amount in September.

If you are not eligible for a COLA yet, you will receive your first increase in the month after you become eligible. This payment will include a prorated amount to cover the month you became eligible. After that, you will receive a COLA increase each September.

Content last revised August 4, 2021.

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2021 Pension Payment Calendar

2021Check MailedDirect Deposit
JanuaryJan. 27Feb. 1
FebruaryFeb. 24Mar. 1
March

Mar. 29

Mar. 31
AprilApr. 28Apr. 30
MayMay 27Jun. 01
JuneJun. 28Jun. 30
JulyJuly 28Aug. 2
AugustAug. 27Aug. 31
SeptemberSept. 28Sept. 30
OctoberOct. 27Nov. 1
NovemberNov. 26Nov. 30
DecemberDec. 29

Jan. 3

 

Pension Check Notes

 

All paper checks are mailed 2 business days before the last day of the month and are made payable on the last day of the month. If the last day of the month falls on a weekend, the check is mailed on the Wednesday before the last day of the month.

Please allow until the 10th of the month to report a lost check before contacting NYCERS. A NYCERS representative will first verify if your last check was returned to our office for any reason. If not, fill out and submit Form #399 — Lost Check Affidavit.

Upon receipt of a properly completed Form #399, a replacement check will be issued within 5 business days.

If you are receiving a paper check and would like NYCERS to deposit your funds directly into your bank account, register and/or log in to your MyNYCERS account at www.mynycers.org and click “Update Pension Payment Method” from the menu to provide your bank account information (first time users must go through a quick registration process). Alternatively, you can complete and submit Form #380 – Authorization for Electronic Fund Transfer of Monthly Retirement Allowance.

EFT Notes

All funds are electronically deposited into your bank account on the last day of the month providing it’s a business day. If the last day of the month occurs on a weekend or holiday, the funds will be deposited on the next business day.

EFT transfers are governed by The Electronic Fund Transfers Act (15 United States Code §1693 et seq.), and the rules of the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA). In accordance with these laws and rules, the deposit takes effect on the last day of the month, and the funds will clear only on a business day. i.e., not a legal banking holiday or a Sunday.

If your bank account has been closed, NYCERS will receive the funds back from the bank electronically. You must contact NYCERS’ Call Center at (347) 643-3000 to have a replacement check mailed to your home address.

A replacement check for returned funds will be issued within 5 business days from the date of contact if your address has been verified.

Sours: https://www.nycers.org/payment-calendar
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Note: The Police Pension Fund allows retirees to receive pension payments by way of an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). EFT transfers are governed by The Electronic Fund Transfers Act (15 United States Code §§ 1693 et seq.), and the rules of the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA). The Automated Clearing House (ACH) is the primary system used by most agencies to make EFT payments. The payment date of all pension payments from the Fund is the last day of the month. In accordance with EFT laws and rules, the Fund initiates the transfer of pension payments two business days prior to the last day of the month, for the deposit to take effect on the last day of the month. EFT funds will only clear on a business day, i.e., not a legal banking holiday or a Sunday. ACH regulations provide that where an EFT does not occur on a business day, the transfer will post on the following business day. Therefore, if the last day of the month falls on a Sunday, your retirement allowance will post to your account the next day, Monday the 1st of the month. If the funds are not released in your account beyond the next business day, please consult your individual bank for information on its hold policies.

Sours: https://www1.nyc.gov/html/nycppf/html/important_dates/important_dates.shtml

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