HB1777 Allows certain retired state employees to be re-employed without loss of retirement benefits.
Sponsor: Sallee, Mary Lou (144) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 4203L.01I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: RETIREMENT
02/09/2000 - Public Hearing Held (H)
HB1777
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HB 1777 -- Missouri State Employees' Retirement System

Sponsor:  Sallee

This bill changes the existing Missouri State Employees'
Retirement System provisions relating to the reemployment or
appointment or election to state office of retired members.
Upon reimbursing the retirement system, a retired member who is
elected or appointed to state office or employed by a department
and who has received no more than 6 benefit checks will be
considered an active member.  Such member's creditable service
will be calculated as if the member had not previously retired.
A retired member who would have been an employee as of August
28, 2000, may become a special consultant entitled to increased
benefits calculated as though the retired member was an employee
on that date.


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