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  • Avoid Missing Important Communications from OPERS

    Keeping an accurate address on record is an important means of communicating with OPERS. Throughout the year, we mail important information to you in the form of newsletters, tax forms, etc. Since your monthly retirement benefit deposits electronically each month, it is easy to forget to update your mailing address.It is important to keep your mailing information current with other benefit providers including SoonerSave and the Employees Group Insurance Division, as well.

  • Cultivating a Healthy Retirement - FY 2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports Published

    We are pleased to announce the most recent Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs) for the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) and Uniform Retirement System for Justices and Judges (URSJJ), entitled Cultivating a Healthy Retirement, have been published and are available on the publications page...

  • 2018 Pre-Retirement Seminar Dates

    Start planning your retirement with an OPERS Pre-Retirement Seminar. Sixteen seminars are scheduled between January and June of 2018.  Seminars will be held in the following cities – Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Weatherford, McAlester, Lawton, Woodward, and Ardmore. Pre-Retirement Seminars are open to all OPERS members who are within two years of retirement eligibility.Click here to view the schedule of Pre-Retirement seminars through June 2018.The presentations provide information on the re...

  • Three Things you Should Know About Being a Caregiver

    Declining health is a reality for all of us and is a common factor in deciding to retire - either for your own health or the need to become a caregiver to someone else. More than 65 million people provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend.1 More than one quarter of retirees and pre-retirees expect to contribute toward caregiving expenses of a relative or friend.2 In this article, we highlight three important things everyone needs to know about being a caregiver...

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