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If you are the owner of a WRS account from which a WRS death benefit or life insurance benefit would be payable upon your death, you may file a beneficiary designation . If you wish to specify who shall receive a primary beneficiary ’s share of a death or life insurance benefit if a primary beneficiary is deceased, you must use this alternate beneficiary designation form.
Use this form to request a benefit application, estimate or other information from ETF.
An annuity is a series of monthly payments payable during the life of the annuitant or during a specific period. There are different types of annuities available called annuity options.
Authorize ETF and the financial institution you name to deposit funds such as annuity payments directly into your bank account.
Group Health Insurance Application/Change (ET-2301) or Group Health Insurance Application/Change for Retirees & COBRA Continuants (ET-2331)
Enroll in health insurance or change your coverage.
Health benefits decisions guides for state and local employees. It's Your Choice: Benefits that fit your lifestyle. Click the linked title to be taken to an auto-curated list of decision guides.
The income continuation insurance ICI benefit is a voluntary “income replacement” benefit payable if you become disabled.
Provisions and IRC citations for IRS benefits and compensation limits for the current and past three years.
Complete this form to request a retirement estimate once you are within 12 months of your anticipated termination date.
Sick leave is an important fringe benefit available to State of Wisconsin employees.
If you want to change federal or state income tax withholding, you must submit this form to ETF.
This brochure can help you complete a retirement application. It also covers general topics and provides answers to questions frequently asked by members that met with a benefits specialist in person.
This handbook provides general information about benefit plans administered by ETF and does not contain complete information for all benefits. Use this handbook as an overview and contact your employer’s benefits office for specific information applicable to you.