Eight years ago when I was appointed to serve on the Fire & Police Pension Association Board, I had no idea of the journey ahead of me. During this time, many milestones have occurred… I’ve helped strengthen the funding stream for benefits,
In summer 2018, the FPPA Board of Directors created a Statewide Plans Task Force with the express purpose of studying the statewide plans managed by FPPA. This includes the Statewide Defined Benefit Plan (SWDB), the Statewide Death & Disability
FPPA prides itself on keeping up with our members, and not just at the big moments: enrollment, opening a 457 plan, entering DROP, filing retirement paperwork, etc. We like to know what’s going on in between these big moments so we can share in the
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.