Positive trend for overall funding level, but individual contribution rates vary
Members To Receive Retroactive Increase Adjustment
The amount eligible retirees and survivors will receive is a result of litigation decided by the Arizona Supreme Court and as determined by our actuary.
Parker lawsuit interest rate settled
PSPRS members impacted by the Parker lawsuit are entitled to collect 5.25% interest on excess contribution refunds.
Ryan Parham of PSPRS among “Top 30 Public Pension Chief Investment Officers” in U.S.
After billion in investment earnings with low-risk strategy in fiscal year 2017, PSPRS investment team gains attention and honors.
Defined Benefit or Defined Contribution?
The choice for retirement benefits for Tier 3 members must be made within 90 days of service and is permanent. Information about each plan is available.
A statement from Chairman Brian Tobin
We sympathize with our employers across Arizona who are struggling with rising public safety retirement expenses. We understand that these costs impact people and communities, and are not just numbers on a piece of paper.
Upcoming Board of Trustees Meeting - January 31, 2018View All
System UpdatesView All
Employer contribution rates are now availableDecember 22, 2017
Parker lawsuit interest rate settled by courtNovember 21, 2017
PSPRS Chairman: 2011 changes cost system more than $220 million
Instructions: How to log-in to new PSPRS employer portalNovember 06, 2017
If you are ready to begin uploading your contributions for July 1, 2017 and onward, please follow these steps in order to log into the new employer portal and begin the process.
Open enrollment season is hereNovember 02, 2017
Retirees must choose or some could lose coverage.