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Dec 16, 2020
Since 1970, the Connecticut State Employees Retirement System (SERS), almost annually, has undergone a review by actuaries who make valuations of the "contingent assets and liabilities" of the System. The actuarial valuation report, which is submitted to the State Employees Retirement Commission, provides a summary of the funded status of the System and recommends annual rates for contributions made to the System by the State of Connecticut.
Since 1984, the Connecticut State Teachers' Retirement System (TRS), at least once every two years, has undergone a review by actuaries who make valuations of the assets and liabilities of the System. The actuarial valuation report, which is submitted to the Teachers' Retirement Board, provides a summary of the funded status of the System and recommends annual rates for contributions made to the System by the State of Connecticut.
Nov 5, 2020
Fact sheets from the Connecticut General Assembly's Office of Fiscal Analysis that provide data about the Teachers' Retirement System (TRS), including information about the System's 1) membership, 2) state contributions, and 3) actuarial value of assets and liabilities.
Dec 23, 2019
This research report from the Connecticut General Assembly's nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research details changes made to Connecticut's Teachers’ Retirement System (TRS) as a part of Conn. Acts 19-117, which, among other items, created a special capital reserve fund for the outstanding Connecticut Teachers’ Retirement bonds.
Dec 10, 2019
In 2017, the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) and the State of Connecticut reached a concessions deal — meaning roughly 46,000 current unionized state employees would see certain changes to their benefits in order to reduce the State’s projected costs and obligations. Under the agreement, changes were made to employee pension and health care benefits and agreements on employee compensation. This report is a breakdown of the actual savings associated with the 2017 SEBAC agreement.
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