Alameda Corrections

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Alameda Corrections

This page contains updates concerning SCERS’ Final Compensation Review Policy affected by the July 30, 2020 California Supreme Court decision in the case of Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association et al. v. Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Association and Board of Retirement of ACERA (“Alameda”).  That decision has had important implications for SCERS and its members, possibly impacting the calculation of retirement allowances.

Helpful links:

September 16, 2020 SCERS Board of Retirement action item

Presentation from the August 19, 2020 SCERS Board of Retirement meeting

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Alameda Corrections for Employees and Retirees Continue

SCERS is continuing, but has not completed, the correction process to comply with the California Supreme Court decision in the case of Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association et al. v. Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Association and Board of Retirement of ACERA (Alameda).

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SCERS Begins Alameda Corrections for Current Employees

The Sacramento County Employees’ Retirement System (SCERS) has initiated a correction process to comply with the California Supreme Court decision in the case of Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association et al. v. Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Association and Board of Retirement of ACERA (Alameda).

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Update on Supreme Court Opinion: Notice to Members

This notice concerns amendments to SCERS’ Final Compensation Review Policy that could impact the calculation of your retirement allowance.

If you have recently submitted or are considering submitting a retirement application, please consider how the following information described below may influence your retirement plans, including withdrawing or delaying your application.

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Final Compensation Notice FAQs

Q&A regarding member notice on Supreme Court ruling/Final Compensation

When will the Board take action?

The Board took action on September 16 to comply with the Alameda ruling.  Board materials can be found here.

Which pay items are now excluded?