December didn’t go well for the Nevada PERS Fund, but the agency’s Financial Officer Steve Edmundson told the board at their February 21 meeting PERS fared much better than he thought it would in spite of the S & P (stock market) coming close to bear market territory….
Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) Board’s request for a re-hearing to deny the Nevada Policy Research Institute’s (NPRI) access to additional personal information from retirees in PERS has been denied. The decision mirrored one made in October granting NPRI access to the following retiree information; names, salaries, dates of retirement, years of service and […]
The Nevada Interim Retirement & Benefits Committee Hears from PEBP and PERS Officials December 12, 2018. In addition, RPEN’s Legislative Advocate Marlene Lockard protests a Proposed Fee Increase from PEBP for Medicare Retirees.
Nevada PERS Retirement Board approves an increase in contribution rates for Regular and Police/Fire PERS participants to be considered at the Nevada State Legislature when it considers a new State Budget during the 2019 Legislative Session.
Nevada’s Public Employees’ Retirement System Board met November 15, 2018, and set higher contribution rates for Active Employees effective July 1, 2019. For more information on the meeting, please click on the link posted here.
It was heard seven months ago, and many were speculating that the Supreme Court wouldn’t issue a ruling in the “NPRI (Nevada Policy Research Institute) vs Nevada PERS” (Public Employees’ Retirement System) case until after the November 6 election. Well, that rumor was dispelled when the high court issued their decision October 18, 2018. It […]