Retirees, inactive members, beneficiaries and legal-order payees: You can update your address from your online retirement account. Just select “Address” from the welcome screen. If you need to update your name, fill out and send in a printed form as well as a copy of documentation showing the change.
Active members: Update your name and/or address through your employer. That new information will soon appear in your online retirement account.
Using the Handbook, overview of the deferred compensation program, overview of the retirement systems and plans, types of employers who report retirement
Eligibility, membership rules, employer responsibilities
What is service credit and how is it earned
What compensation is reportable
Special conditions in reporting retirees, educational substitutes, higher education members, deferred payments of employee compensation, school district pay adjustments
Procedures for reporting employer and employee contributions, taxed and nontaxed employers, contribution rate tables
Status and type codes for reporting regular compensation and special payments, such as cash outs
Transmittal reporting requirements, making corrections to the transmittal report, automated reporting requirements, Plan 3 special reporting, transmittal edits, manual reporting, sequencing information
How DRS edits transmittal data, using the transmittal edit report, using the transmittal correction report
The DRS receivables management system, detailed description of the Statement of Account Activity, information about employer invoices
What it is, employers who can participate, overview of the reporting system, both manual and automated
Links to forms used by DRS, when to use a form, how to order forms
Glossary of terms, acronyms, contact information, and a list of links to retirement tables and charts.