Annual Member Statements are coming this fall. Is your address current?
This fall, SDCERA will send Annual Member Statements to active and deferred members. Your statement contains personalized information and serves as a retirement planning tool. Make sure your address is current to ensure this information arrives without delay. Active members can update their addresses using the Employee Self Service site through InSite. Deferred members can update their addresses by submitting the Change of Address form to SDCERA.
SDCERA Board selects Wurts & Associates as General Consultant
SAN DIEGO — The San Diego County Employees Retirement Association (SDCERA) Board of Retirement voted to select Wurts & Associates as its General Investment Consultant during its June 6 meeting. In this role, Wurts & Associates will provide a broad range of independent, expert consulting services regarding the SDCERA investment portfolio.
One-time payment may be used in final average compensation depending on member tier
The Board of Supervisors is currently considering proposed amendments to the Compensation Ordinance and Administrative Code for both non-represented employees and those who are represented by various labor organizations.
These proposed code changes include one-time monetary payments equal to a percentage of base pay. If approved by the Board of Supervisors, these payments may be included when calculating final average compensation for Tier I, Tier A and Tier B members; they are not considered retirement eligible earnings for Tier C members.
View a list of earnings categories that are retirement eligible by downloading the Earnings Categories charts on the Retirement Eligibility page.
This website provides disclosure of certain terms and conditions of SDCERA membership and benefits available to members. It is designed to give you this information as simply and accurately as possible. SDCERA is governed by the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (Government Code Section 31450 et seq.) and by the California Public Employees' Pension Reform Act of 2013 (Government Code Section 7522 et seq.) as they have been adopted and implemented by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and the SDCERA Board of Retirement. If there is any inconsistency between this website and the governing law, the law will govern. Decisions relating to the plan will be made after reference to the statutes and any resolutions, regulations and policies governing administration of SDCERA as they exist at the same time of the decisions.