Bill Summary for H 168 (2021-2022)

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Mar 23 2021

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House Bill 168 (Public) Filed Thursday, February 25, 2021
AN ACT MAKING ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES RELATED TO CONTRIBUTION-BASED BENEFIT CAP LIABILITIES UNDER THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (LGERS) AND THE TEACHERS' AND STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (TSERS); CLARIFYING WITHDRAWAL LIABILITIES UNDER LGERS AND TSERS; CLARIFYING AND STANDARDIZING THE DEFINITION OF "ACTUARIAL EQUIVALENT" UNDER LGERS AND TSERS; REQUIRING EMPLOYING UNITS TO ADOPT WRITTEN POLICIES FOR SPECIAL SEPARATION BUYOUTS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; GIVING THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE TREASURER AND THE SUPPLEMENTAL RETIREMENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES LIMITED AUTHORITY TO ADOPT ADMINISTRATIVE FEES UNDER CERTAIN PLANS; CLAWING BACK DISABILITY INCOME PLAN OVERPAYMENTS UNDER THE OPTIONAL RETIREMENT PROGRAM; AND ADDRESSING SPECIAL RETIREMENT ALLOWANCE PAYMENTS UPON THE DEATH OF THE DESIGNATED BENEFICIARY.
Intro. by C. Smith, Kidwell, McNeill.

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House committee substitute amends the 2nd edition as follows. 

Makes the following identical changes to the proposed changes to GS 128-27(m2)(1), concerning the Local Governmental Employees' Retirement System, and GS 135-5(m2)(1), concerning the Teachers' and State Employees' Retirement System, regarding payment of a member's special retirement allowance guaranteed by the respective Board of Trustees for a number of months to the member's designated beneficiary. Now provides that if the member's designated beneficiary (must be designated under Option 2, 3, or 6 set forth in subsection (g) of each statute, as required by existing law) begins receiving monthly payments and dies before the specified number of monthly payments have been made in combination to the member and the beneficiary, a one-time payment will be paid to the member's legal representatives, rather than estate, as previously specified.

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