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  • Email Targeting OPERS Members - Don't Fall Victim

    OPERS has identified emails targeting our members and offering a free review of your OPERS (or the Oklahoma Teachers' Retirement System) retirement. This is not endorsed by OPERS or TRS. Do not click on the links in these emails or respond in any way. (more)

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

    Governor Stitt has declared a state of emergency for all 77 counties of Oklahoma via Executive Order 2020-07. OPERS is taking immediate steps to safeguard our members, staff and the general public, including closing the office to walk-in appointments or consultations and the suspension of all seminars and other member education sessions (more).

  • Four Ways to Show Your Brain Some Love

    The brain is the most complex organ, and it's also one of the most important. That's why keeping it healthy is critical—especially as you get older. Early in adulthood our brains reach maturity and begin a slow decline. The shrinking of neurons (brain cells) eventually leads to a loss of memory sharpness and slowing down of cognitive speed. However, there is good news. No matter our age, we can make lifestyle and behavior choices to improve brain health. (more)

  • Numbers to Live By

    At OPERS, we are consumed with numbers – years of service, benefit payments and investment performance are just a few of the figures we monitor on a daily basis. Just as our goal is to maintain a healthy retirement system, the numbers below can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. (more)

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