Public Employees Retirement System

​​​​​Important notice: PERS processes many written benefit estimate requests in retirement date order, with the earliest retirement dates first. Average processing time is currently 1-2 months. However, estimate processing time may vary from member to member, as each account is different, so we are unable to advise exactly when your request will be processed.

PERS is currently processing all OPSRP written estimates received in August/September 2020. 

Please note that if your PERS account involves a divorce, your estimate may take longer to process.

PERS can only provide written pension benefit estimates for retirement dates within the upcoming 24 months.
When you are within 24 months of the earliest date you are eligible to retire, you can request an OPSRP written benefit estimate
You can also create an estimate online at any point in your career by logging in to your Online Member Services (OMS) account. ​Please note: Estimates created through OMS do not yet reflect the changes in SB 1049​ and may not be accurate for members earning over $195,000 for retirement dates on and after January 1, 2020.
If your PERS account involves a divorce, you should request a written benefit estimate. OMS cannot correctly calculate a benefit estimate on an account with a divorce award. 
Two estimates will be provided free of charge in a calendar year. Use the PERS Additional Estimate Fee Agreement form to purchase an additional estimate.
Please note that an estimate from PERS only includes information on your OPSRP retirement benefit. You can use the ​IAP Balance and Installment Calculator ​to estimate your Individual Account Program (IAP) distribution at retirement.
Generate a Benefit Estimate using OMS FAQ   
1. How many benefit estimates can I generate online and how long are they stored in the database? 
A. You may create as many benefit estimates as you would like. However, the system will only store the six most recent estimates. These estimates will be available until a benefit is processed. 
2. How current is the data used in my benefit estimate(s)? 
A. The data used is the most current information that your employer(s) has provided. Normally, employers report data to PERS monthly so there could be a lag. Account balances are current as of December 31 of the previous year.