The recent portrayal of PSPRS performance and investment fees in the Arizona Republic based on a recent study by the Pew Charitable Trusts was one-sided and deserving of a response...
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The PSPRS is dedicated to bring you the latest information about benefits and plan provisions for members in the Public Safety Personnel, Corrections Officer & Elected Officials' retirement plans
As a result of recent court decisions, contribution rates for PSPRS and EORP members hired prior to July 20, 2011 are being lowered.
In 2016, the legislature passed Senate Bill 1428, which affects the PSPRS membership (not CORP or EORP) stipulating new benefit provisions for existing members hired between January 1, 2012 and June 30, 2017 and for members hired on or after July 1, 2017.
Newly appointed or elected officials may be required to participate in the Defined Contribution plan (EODCRS).
To view the status of proposed legislation that may affect the plan provisions of the PSPRS, CORP and EORP...
Upcoming Board of Trustees Meeting - May 31, 2017View All
System UpdatesView All
PSPRS Responds to Media ClaimsApril 21, 2017
Hall-Parker Employees Identified for EmployersApril 03, 2017
PSPRS has posted the names of all EORP and PSPRS members who are impacted by the Hall and Parker lawsuits and legally entitled to lower employee contribution rates...
Board Votes to Lower Tier 1 Employee Contribution RatesMarch 30, 2017
The Arizona Supreme Court issued its mandate in the Hall v. EORP lawsuit for the Superior Court to begin implementing the remedies afforded by the ruling and it has been determined by the PSPRS Board of Trustees that...
Notice to EORP, PSPRS Employers on Reversion of Member Contribution RatesMarch 29, 2017
The Arizona Supreme Court issued its mandate in the Hall v. EORP lawsuit for the Superior Court to begin implementing the remedies afforded by the ruling and it has been determined by the Board of Trustees that those remedies will also apply to the Parker lawsuit...