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Thinking About Retirement?

Attend a retirement webinar, calculate your benefit, apply for retirement or contact SDCERA's Member Service Center at 619-515-6800.


Next Regular Board of Retirement Meeting

The next regular meeting of the SDCERA Board of Retirement will be held at 9:00 am on Thursday, July 15, 2021.
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Strategic and Annual Business Plans

SDCERA's Strategic and Annual Business Plans were approved by the Board of Retirement on July 17. View the plans here.


Retiree Health Insurance Program

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


Are Your Beneficiary Designations Current?

Make sure your SDCERA beneficiary designations are up-to-date because your beneficiaries may be entitled to receive certain SDCERA benefits upon your death. If you have married, divorced or had children, you should update your beneficiary information by completing a Beneficiary Designation form and submitting it to SDCERA.




Board Approves Strategic and Annual Business Plans

On Thursday, July 17, the SDCERA Board of Retirement approved the 2022 - 2024 Strategic Plan and the Fiscal Year 2021 - 2022 Annual Business Plan. The plans can be viewed here.

Annual Notice on Tax Withholding

SDCERA is required to provide Members and their beneficiaries with information about their right to change tax elections annually. This notice can be found here.


Alameda Case Update

On July 30, 2020, the California Supreme Court upheld changes to the definition of "compensation earnable" enacted by the California Legislature as part of the Public Employees' Pension Reform Act of 2013. Compensation earnable is the legal term for compensation that is used to calculate SDCERA pension benefits for Tier I, Tier A and Tier B members.

As a result of the decision in Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs Association v Alameda County Employees Retirement Association ("Alameda"), SDCERA and the County of San Diego undertook a review of all compensation considered compensation earnable, or pensionable. Based on that review, SDCERA's Board of Retirement has determined that three earn codes previously considered pensionable are recognition awards that are properly excludable from the definition of compensation earnable and will be excluded as of January 29, 2021.

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