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Form 1099-R NEW
LACERS will mail Retired Members their IRS Form 1099-R (Distribution from Pensions, Annuities, Retirement, etc.) by the end of January 2016.  Members and Beneficiaries who do not receive their 1099-Rs by February 15 should contact LACERS to request a new one.  Regenerating a 1099-R may require a few working days to process.

Also, Retirees who recently moved should contact LACERS to update their address information by using a Change of Address Request form, which is available at www.LACERS.org.

How Does My LACERS-sponsored Medical Insurance and the Affordable Care Act Affect My 2015 Federal Income Tax Return? NEW
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires you and each of your dependents to have qualifying health care coverage otherwise known as “minimum essential coverage”.  The good news is that the LACERS-sponsored medical plans exceed the “minimum essential coverage” requirements under the ACA. Read more ...

2016 Basic Medicare Part B Premium NEW
Each year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) establish the annual basic Medicare Part B premium rate for the following calendar year.  The 2015 basic Medicare Part B premium rate is $104.90 per month.  CMS has announced that the 2016 basic Medicare Part B premium rate will increase to $121.80 per month. Read more ...

Retiree Health Plan Changes During Open Enrollment Became Effective January 1, 2016 NEW
LACERS’ Open Enrollment period ended on November 17, 2015, and health plan changes can no longer be made for the 2016 calendar year.  Unless you have a qualifying event, the next opportunity to make changes to your LACERS health plan will be next year during the Open Enrollment period for 2017.  For more information about qualifying events, contact LACERS at (800) 779-8328 or visit www.lacers.org/retired, “Quick Links,” to view the 2016 Health Benefits Guide (page 5). Read more ...


MyLACERS MyLACERS is a web member service that lets Members view account information 24/7. Active Members can see contributions on account, designated beneficiaries and contact information. Retired Members can view past 1099R statements, current payment statements, designated beneficiaries, current deductions and health deduction information. It's easy, fast and very informative!
Health Benefits Guide

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2016 Health Benefits Guide