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Important Notice to San Diego County and Superior Court Employees Hired on or After July 1, 2018

If you are a San Diego County or Superior Court employee who was
hired on or after July 1, 2018, read
this important notice
.


Thinking About Retirement?

Attend a retirement seminar, calculate your benefit, apply for retirement or contact SDCERA's Member Service Center at 888.4.SDCERA.


Retiree Health Insurance Program

For information about SDCERA's Retiree Health Insurance Program CLICK HERE.


From the CEO...

The course of many organizations – for good or ill – can often be traced to the impact of just one individual. In June, SDCERA celebrated the positive impact of not one, but two, such individuals: Dianne Jacob, who completed her two-year term as Board Chair and Trustee David Myers, who retired from County Sheriff's Department and the Board. Read more. To read my most recent Report to the Board of Retirement, click here.




SDCERA to host Annual Member Meeting on July 24

SDCERA  will  host  its  Annual  Member  Meeting  on Tuesday, July 24  from  noon  to
1 p.m. at the County Operations Center Chambers Room (5520 Overland Drive). Recent activities and future initiatives will be discussed. This event is open to all SDCERA Members, and registration is not required.


Running the Numbers: SDCERA's Retirement Benefit Calculator

Wondering what your SDCERA retirement benefit will be? Fire up the Retirement Benefit Calculator to see how your age, service credit and final average compensation combine to calculate your retirement benefit.

Your age factor is determined by your age at retirement. Service credit is the time you have been an SDCERA Member. Final average compensation is based on either your highest one year of earnings (Tier I and Tier A) or your highest three years of earnings (Tier B and Tier C).

Changing any of these factors will affect your benefit. Plug a few scenarios into the calculator and discover how your retirement date can change your benefit.

Are your Beneficiary Designations Current?

Make sure your SDCERA beneficiary designations are up-to-date because your beneficiary(ies) are entitled to receive certain SDCERA benefits upon your death. If you've married, divorced, or had children, update your beneficiary information by completing a Beneficiary Designation form and submit it to SDCERA. Have questions or need assistance? Contact SDCERA's Member Service Center at 619-515-6800.



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