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The New York City Department of Education (DOE) did not elect to participate in the Early Retirement Incentive (ERI) by the May 31st deadline.
The City of New York has not yet elected to participate in the ERI. The deadline for the City to opt in to the ERI is June 30, 2021. Read more

2021 Early Retirement Incentive (ERI)

The New York City Department of Education (DOE) did not elect to participate in the Early Retirement Incentive (ERI) by the May 31st deadline. Therefore, there is no Early Retirement Incentive for DOE employees under Chapter 59 of the Laws of 2021.

The City of New York has not yet elected to participate in the ERI. The deadline for the City to opt in to the ERI is June 30, 2021.

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Attention, NYCERS Members!
Your 2020 electronic Annual Disclosure Statement (e-ADS) is now available in your secure MyNYCERS account. It is no longer being mailed to you. Please log in to access your e-ADS and look for the “View My Documents” link. Read more...

Attention, NYCERS Members!

Your 2020 electronic Annual Disclosure Statement (e-ADS) is now available in your secure MyNYCERS account. It is no longer being mailed to you. Please log in to access your e-ADS and look for the “View My Documents” link. If you have not registered for a MyNYCERS account, or you registered prior to March 2020, please register to view your e-ADS.

Be sure to review the beneficiary information on your e-ADS. If you need to make changes, look for the “Manage My Beneficiaries” link in your MyNYCERS account.

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2021 Early Retirement Incentive (ERI)
On 4/19/2021 Governor Cuomo signed into law Chapter 59 of the Laws of 2021, which provides the City of New York and the NY Board of Education, also known as the NYC Department of Education (DOE), the option to elect an Early Retirement Incentive (ERI).

2021 Early Retirement Incentive (ERI)

On April 19, 2021 Governor Cuomo signed into law Chapter 59 of the Laws of 2021, which provides the City of New York and the NY Board of Education, also known as the NYC Department of Education (DOE), the option to elect an Early Retirement Incentive (ERI).

Announcement

Get Ready for Electronic ADS!
NYCERS is going green with the Annual Disclosure Statements!

Get Ready for Electronic ADS!

NYCERS is going green with the Annual Disclosure Statements!

Starting this spring, NYCERS will no longer print and mail the ADS or the Vested ADS. Instead, the statements are available in each member’s secure MyNYCERS account, where they can be printed out or saved to a desktop or mobile device. You must have a registered MyNYCERS account in order to access MyNYCERS and view your ADS or Vested ADS. Register or log in here.

Electronic ADS is:

  • Secure – Reduces the risk of mail and identify theft
  • Responsible – Less paper helps protect our environment
  • Economical – Less paper = less clutter at home

With MyNYCERS, you can also view your account balances, apply for a loan online if eligible, change your address, and more. 

Register or log in here.

Announcement

Keyword Search

Keyword Search

NYCERS.ORG can now be searched by keyword. Click the magnifying glass or the “hamburger” menu at the top right corner of every webpage and enter your search term. You can find everything relating to a particular Tier or Plan, or search for a form or brochure by name or number. You can then filter the results by relevancy, title, and more.

Announcement

MyNYCERS Benefit Estimate
"When can I retire? How much will my benefit be?"

Now you can see an estimate of your benefit with NYCERS' new retirement planning tool

MyNYCERS Benefit Estimate

“When can I retire? How much will my benefit be?” Now you can see an estimate of your benefit with NYCERS’ new retirement planning tool.

Tier 3, 4 and 6 members  – log in to MyNYCERS and see your Estimated Retirement Benefit and Projected Retirement Date based on your account data.

Then use the Retirement Calculator to enter your own figures and dates and see how these changes may affect your benefit.

Announcement

Melanie Whinnery selected as NYCERS Executive Director
The New York City Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees has selected Melanie Whinnery to be its next Executive Director.

Melanie Whinnery selected as NYCERS Executive Director

The New York City Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees has selected Melanie Whinnery to be its next Executive Director. 

Melanie Whinnery has been selected by the New York City Employees’ Retirement System Board of Trustees to be its next Executive Director, culminating a national search by the NYCERS Board, assisted by search firm EFL Associates.

Ms. Whinnery is currently the Deputy Comptroller for the New York State and Local Retirement System (NYSLRS), also serving as the Chief Operating Officer, overseeing NYSLRS’ management team and approximately 800 staff.

Please read the full Press Release here.