Where will you land in retirement?

The older you get, the more you may dislike cold weather and bad winters. As you consider retirement, relocating to a warmer climate may be on your wish list. Have you done your homework on the most affordable places to live in retirement?

If you move, will your sales tax increase? Will you rent or buy? If you downsize to a smaller home, how will your property taxes be affected?

Inflation could rise during your retirement. Simply put, basic necessities such as housing and health care can deplete a large portion of your income. Will your pension check and Social Security be enough to live on? Will you have extra money to travel and participate in recreational activities?
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How healthy is INPRS?

The Indiana Public Retirement System (INPRS) has adopted what may be the most conservative public pension investment return assumption in the nation.
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Are you social?

Since our launch into social media, members have been liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and viewing us on YouTube by the hundreds. Have you connected with us socially?

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Calling all pension secretaries

If you are a pension secretary, controller, clerk treasurer or trustee who interacts with the 1977 Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension and Disability Fund, you should have received a letter notifying you of the upcoming pension secretaries seminar.
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PARF members: mark your calendars

Members of the Prosecuting Attorneys’ Retirement Fund (PARF) are invited to attend a conference sponsored by the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council (IPAC) on Dec. 4 at the J.W. Marriott in Indianapolis.

INPRS representatives will provide a general overview of the PARF and the Public Employees’ Retirement Fund (PERF). A question and answer session will follow.

PARF members may direct questions to the IPAC at (317) 232-1836 or via e-mail at ipacinfo@ipac.in.gov.
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Did you miss the date?

Q. I’m a 1977 Fund member who is considering the partial lump sum distribution option at retirement. Do I need to apply by a specific date?
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Three months, one quarter...it’s all the same

Here are some dates for submitting retirement applications to INPRS. For more information about retirement, visit our Web site.
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