Retired teachers chapter news: Thursday, June 6, 2019

  • UFT Continues to Use Automated Dues Refund System for Retirees June 6, 2019

    If you are a new retiree, you will notice that full in-service dues were deducted from your summer pay checks. There is no need to request a refund. Upon receipt of all the dues records for UFT members from various city agencies, the accounting department will automatically calculate a refund for all eligible members and send them a check.

  • Summer checks for new retirees June 6, 2019

    Members who are retiring at the end of the school year will receive four summer checks.

  • Changing banks for your EFT retirement payments June 6, 2019

    If you’re planning to choose a new bank to electronically receive your monthly retirement payments from the Teachers’ Retirement System, keep in mind the following so that you can avoid suspension of your Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT).

  • Teachers want what students deserve June 6, 2019

    When teachers went on strike in West Virginia, Oklahoma, Arizona, Kentucky and North Carolina in the Teacher Spring of 2018, it was not just for themselves — although their pay, pensions and health insurance have been diminishing for the last decade. It was just as much for the students and the communities they serve, so that they might have the schools they deserve.

  • Termination pay for 2017, 2018 June 6, 2019

    The New York City Department of Education will be issuing the last installment of termination pay for 2017 retirees and the second installment of termination pay for 2018 retirees. It will be sent to your last payroll school with the school’s payroll and will coincide with the anniversary of your retirement date.

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