Find out when the next scheduled meetings are set for the Group Insurance Board, the WRS retirement boards (ETF Board, Teachers Retirement Board, and Wisconsin Retirement Board), the Deferred Compensation Board, and the SWIB Board of Trustees.
On April 15, 2020, Gov. Evers signed 2019 Wisconsin Act 185 into law. The law contained a wide range of provisions for dealing with the enormous impact of COVID-19 on our state and citizens. Here is a review of the provisions that pertain to WRS retirement and health benefits.
Take advantage of the many well-being resources on the StayWell wellness portal to help keep your immune system strong. Visit with a health coach, get healthy recipes, access free online home workouts, and more.
Most state employees have received their January 1, 2020 Wisconsin Retirement System annual Statement of Benefits. But there has been a delay for local government employees. Local government employees include those of cities, townships, villages, school districts, or technical colleges.
If retirement is beginning to appear on your horizon, then make Preparing for Your Retirement a priority. Topics covered include how to enhance benefits while still working, how to retire, when to retire, return-to-work rules, and much more.
The uncertainty of COVID-19 has had a major impact on global financial markets. The State of Wisconsin Investment Board is continuing to monitor, analyze, and respond to market conditions. Here is a status update.
Here’s an update from the Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program, including reminders about personal investing and market turmoil, enhanced security of online services, appointments with local plan reps, and more.