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SDCERA to mail IRS Form 1099-R to retired members in January

SDCERA will mail IRS Form 1099-R to retired members at the end of January. This form reports the total amount of income paid to you from the retirement plan during the preceding calendar year. Retired members will need this form to complete federal and state tax returns. Be sure to check your mailbox for this important document. If you need to update your mailing address, complete and submit a Change of Address form.

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Fiscal Year 2014 CAFR indicates positive direction for SDCERA fund
12/23/2014 

Strong investment returns; reduced unfunded liability; and record assets reported

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego County Employees Retirement Association (SDCERA) issued the fund’s June 30, 2014, fiscal year Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).

Highlights from SDCERA’s CAFR report include:

  • The fund exceeded the actuarial rate... (Read more)
Severe east coast weather may delay delivery

Electronically deposited funds will be deposited on schedule January 30, however severe storms on the east coast may delay delivery of printed earning statements and checks.

Position available: SDCERA Chief Investment Officer

SDCERA is seeking candidates eligible to fill the Chief Investment Officer position. Interested candidates should refer to the job description and instructions.


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This website provides disclosure of certain terms and conditions of SDCERA membership and benefits available to members. It is designed to give you this information as simply and accurately as possible. SDCERA is governed by the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (Government Code Section 31450 et seq.) and by the California Public Employees' Pension Reform Act of 2013 (Government Code Section 7522 et seq.) as they have been adopted and implemented by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and the SDCERA Board of Retirement. If there is any inconsistency between this website and the governing law, the law will govern. Decisions relating to the plan will be made after reference to the statutes and any resolutions, regulations and policies governing administration of SDCERA as they exist at the same time of the decisions.


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