Effective February 1, 2023, Employers have a new option to financially support their employees when they enter the Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP). Under the DROP affiliation process, Employers can now make monthly contributions of any amount
In preparing to write this post, I started wondering about when a habit officially becomes a tradition. According to the top result on Google, “at least two transmissions over three generations are required for a practice, belief or object to be seen
Update 12/12/2022: This article has been updated to include information for retired first responders. *Please note: many resources on this page link to external pages not controlled by FPPA. Links do not necessarily equal endorsement. For first
Part of FPPA’s recent legislation included a change to the way we handle Member Separate Retirement Accounts. For the most part, this change is administrative only: SRA funds are simply moving from one account type at Fidelity to another account type
As we’ve previously noted, FPPA has spent the last several months transitioning to a new office building in the Denver Tech Center. And today, we’re excited to announce that we are finally up and running at our new office space. Effective today,
This article was originally published in FPPA's PensionCheck Newsletter Beginning in January 2023, current Members of the Statewide Defined Benefit Plan and the Statewide Hybrid Plan will participate in a new Plan, the Statewide Retirement Plan.