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Reminder: Early submission of retirement forms

The Teachers’ Pension Plan can start processing forms for July 1st retirements as early as April 1st – there’s no need to wait! Read on to learn more.

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Need some Professional Development credits? Check out our online courses!

You worked hard for your professional certification, and you work hard to keep it up-to-date by acquiring Professional Development credits every year. Wouldn’t it be great if you could choose when to do professional development hours, and could do them at your own desk? Good news – you can! Read on to learn more.

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Host a pension information seminar at your workplace!

Do you have 20 or more plan members interested in attending a Pension Information Seminar? We can come to you! Read on to learn more. Read on to learn more.

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Improvements to the annual Member's Benefit Statement

We’ve made improvements to your employees’ annual Member’s Benefit Statement. See the Employer Bulletin for more details!

Share the attached Member News with your employees, as it contains important information about the value of their Member’s Benefit Statement.

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Pensions and investments: what you and plan members need to know

Rates of return, risk management, asset allocation, diversification, benchmarks, responsible investing …what’s the big deal with investments?

A lot, which is what inspired a new document explaining the importance of plan investments and the work of the Teachers’ Pension Board of Trustees in ensuring the plan stays financially healthy. Investment matters walks you through the cycle of activity involved in managing the plan’s assets. The document gives an easy-to-understand overview of how plan investments work, but also touches on policies in place to protect the plan, responsible investing and the positive economic impacts of the plan.

Please take a look and share with colleagues and plan members so they understand why investment matters.

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Want to start investing locally? A recent study shows that you already are!

A recent report by the Conference Board of Canada—Economic Impact of British Columbia’s Public Sector Pension Plans—shows that BC public sector pension plans are good for our economy. Read on to learn more.

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