This article originally appeared in a publication by the Colorado Society of CPAs (COCPA) Like many public pension plans, Colorado's Fire & Police Pension Association (FPPA) has faced challenges in the last few years. Members and beneficiaries
This week, FPPA released the complete version of its PensionCheck newsletter, edition 18b. The latest FPPA publication explores a wide variety of topics, including: Funded status updates and annual rate announcements The state of FPPA's plans
FPPA has been busy in 2018. We have been researching, studying, planning, and discussing various ways to ensure the continued soundness of your retirement plans. The funding status of the retirement plans remains among the top in the country.
In preparation for the upcoming tax season, FPPA has rolled out a new feature for retirees and survivors: these members are now able to opt-out of receiving a printed copy of their Form 1099-R via US mail. This is especially beneficial to members who
In August 2018 the FPPA Board of Directors created a task force to evaluate FPPA's Statewide Pension System. The task force will evaluate various possible changes aimed at improving system benefits. The decision to create a task force was born
FPPA will soon introduce online enrollment, a new tool designed to assist in the onboarding of new members. This upgrade comes at the request of several FPPA employers and will greatly reduce the amount of time and effort required to complete new