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A member may reemploy after retirement; however, the member must ensure that applicable separation from service requirements are met and abide by any applicable earnings limitations.
Effective July 1, 2008, a TRF member may continue to receive pension payments and reemploy in a covered position with a 30-day required separation from service period before reemployment and no earnings limitation during reemployment. A TRF member may not have a formal or informal agreement with a TRF-covered employer to become reemployed in a TRF-covered position before filing a TRF retirement application. During reemployment in a covered position, no employer contributions are made to TRF and no additional service credit or supplemental pension is earned. Effective July 1, 2007, members who have reemployed after retirement should no longer be reported to TRF. If a reemployed retiree is reported, TRF will not process the request and any contributions paid on behalf of the member will be credited to the employer’s account.
Unless the member extends his or her retirement date, the pension accrual date is the last day of employment in a covered position. For example, if the member’s last day of employment in a covered position was May 31, the member’s first date of employment in a new covered position must be on or after July 1. For members who do not retire at the end of their employment in a covered position, the accrual date is the retirement date.