Changes Could Be Coming To Teacher Retirement

The Missouri Legislature has passed a retirement systems bill. As a result of teacher shortages, this bill would loosen restrictions on retired teachers working. It also would allow retired teachers or retired non-certified employees to work up to four years full-time. Chillicothe Republican Senator Rusty Black explains…

 

Another provision added to the bill would allow specific retirees, who chose a same-sex partner as a beneficiary for lifetime benefits, to have their monthly amount increased to what they would have received had they chosen not to receive reduced benefits. The bill heads to the Governor for consideration.

 

(From Missourinet)