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Uniform Retirement System for Justices & Judges (URSJJ)

Normal Retirement Eligibility

If you became a member of URSJJ before January 1, 2012:

  • Age 60 – You can begin receiving full, unreduced retirement benefits when you are at least age 60 with 10 years of service as a Justice or judge; or

  • Age 65 – You can begin receiving full, unreduced retirement benefits when you are at least age 65 with eight years of service as a Justice or judge; or 

  • 80 Points – You can begin receiving full, unreduced retirement benefits when the sum of your age and years of service equals 80.

If you became a member of URSJJ on or after January 1, 2012:

  • Age 62 – You can begin receiving full, unreduced retirement benefits when you are at least age 62 with 10 years of service as a Justice or judge; or

  • Age 67 – You can begin receiving full, unreduced retirement benefits when you are at least age 67 with eight years of service as a Justice or judge.

 

Last Revised - March 31, 2016

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