Phishing alert – beware of email solicitations that reference the MTRS and offer “Retirement Reviews” Unsolicited emails may be “phishing” attempts. The MTRS is not affiliated with, nor do we endorse any commercial companies. Watch for emails offering “Employee Retirement Reviews” We’ve recently been alerted of unsolicited emails to MTRS members offering appointments for “Employee…

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2021 Benefit Verification forms will NOT require a notary signature. Instead, an adult 18 years or older can sign as a witness. By January 29, all annual 1099-R tax statements and biennial Benefit Verification forms will be mailed to the over 70,000 MTRS members who received a benefit payment in calendar year 2020. In order…

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2019 annual statements were mailed on September 30 to our more than 109,000 active and inactive members. When you receive your statement, please take a few moments to review the data for accuracy and completeness. Also, if you have not yet designated a beneficiary—or you need to update your beneficiary information—be sure to download a…

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