PERS now accepting 2022 W-4P tax forms
The IRS revised its W-4P tax form in January 2022. PERS is now accepting the 2022 revised form.
If you wish to update your tax withholdings, use the PERS 2022 W-4P form for your membership type — Tier One/Tier Two or OPSRP.
If you recently submitted a 2021 W-4P version, note that PERS will process 2021 forms received by November 17. After November 17, PERS can only process the 2022 version.
PERS Expo 2022 website still available
If you missed “PERS Expo 2022: Aspire to Retire” in early October, don’t worry. You can still access the website to learn more about your PERS benefits and how you can create a secure retirement.
The Expo 2022 website will remain open until December 31, 2022.
You can explore information about your PERS benefits, additional retirement savings options, post-retirement health insurance options, the PERS retirement process, and other related topics.
Resources include videos, recorded sessions and workshops, and retirement checklists. Check out the “Ask Experts” area of the website for questions your fellow public employees posed while the Expo event was live on October 5 and 6. Note that PERS is no longer accepting live questions via the website.
Return to the Expo website as often as you need to gain a better understanding of your PERS retirement benefits.
Senate Bill 1049 Information
Learn more about how Senate Bill 1049 impacts members by reading about Senate Bill 1049 changes. You can also sign up for GovDelivery updates to receive email or text alerts from PERS on Senate Bill 1049.
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