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Recent News

01/26/15 | Read up on employer reporting tips in the winter issue of The Latest Word, the newsletter for IPERS employers.  
01/22/15 | IPERS has published IPERS’ Numbers Speak for Themselves, a summary of fiscal year 2014.  
01/22/15 | The Benefits Advisory Committee will meet January 26.  
01/07/15 | If you received a pension distribution from IPERS in 2014, IPERS will mail you a Form 1099-R for tax purposes by January 31. See “Understanding Your IPERS 1099-R” for more information.  
01/06/15 | IPERS will hold a public hearing at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, for any interested person who wishes to present written or oral comments on the proposed administrative rules amendments that were filed and published in the Iowa Administrative Bulletin on December 24, 2014.  
01/02/15 | IPERS has posted an RFP for a collective investment funds provider.  
12/31/14 | IPERS releases new video, Understanding IPERS’ Shortfall.  
12/30/14 | The Administrative Rules Review Committee (ARRC) statutory monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 6, at 9 a.m. Noticed administrative rules changes filed by IPERS on December 3, 2014 are on the agenda for the ARRC meeting.  
12/30/14 | IPERS has posted its response to bidder inquiries for the actuarial audit services RFP.  
12/24/14 | This year’s financial report looks different as a result of new GASB (Governmental Accounting Standards Board) statements. Find out more.  
12/18/14 | IPERS’ investment strategies and costs explained.  
12/17/14 | FEDs for Retirees: The funds for the Favorable Experience Dividend (FED) payments were depleted with the January 2014 payment. Therefore, IPERS does not expect to make any additional FED payments in the foreseeable future. By law, IPERS cannot transfer additional funds to the FED Reserve Account until the Trust Fund is 100 percent funded. IPERS is on track to be 100 percent funded, but that will not occur for many decades.