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Member HandbookWatch Your FinancialIndependence GrowMissouri LAGERSA Secure Retirement for All

Table of ContentsContact Us. 4LAGERS Benefits. 5Welcome to LAGERS.5About LAGERS.6When Am I Eligible?.7Monthly Payment Calculation. 10Employer Choices. 12Calculating Your Monthly Payment. 16How Long You Work (Credited Service). 20Increase Your Monthly Payment. 21Can My Benefit Multiplier Change?. 24Funding Your LAGERS Benefit. 25Life Events. 26Designating Beneficiaries. 26What Happens if I Leave Employment?. 28Returning to LAGERS Covered Employment. 29Disability Benefits. 30Survivor Benefits. 31What Happens if I am Divorced?. 32Resources for Planning Your Future Retirement. 34Near Retirement. 36Applying for LAGERS Retirement. 36Retirement Payment Options. 38Partial Lump Sum. 40After Retirement. 44Taxes and Your LAGERS Benefit. 44Cost of Living Adjustments. 46Loss of a Loved One. 47Employment After Retirement. 48Glossary. 50

LAGERS BenefitsContact Us:LAGERS benefit specialists are a valuable source for information andassistance regarding your benefits. They can assist you by explainingyour benefit plan, provide you with a benefit estimate and explainhow each payment option works.Call, email, or stop by in person. Our business hours are 8am - 5pm,Monday - .orgTelephone:(573) 636-9455(800) 447-4334Office Location:701 W. Main St.Jefferson City, MO 65101Social Media:Mailing Address:P.O. Box 1665Jefferson City, MO agers.org/4Member Handbook

Your Protected Lifetime Payment AwaitsAs a LAGERS member, you join nearly 40,000 Missouri localgovernment employees across the State of Missouri servingtheir local communities.LAGERS BenefitsWelcome to LAGERS:With your LAGERS’ defined benefit plan, you have a valuabletool in helping plan and reach financial security with protectedlifetime income from your employer.How it WorksYour LAGERS benefit provides protected monthly paymentsreflecting your working career. The payments begin atretirement and continue until your death, or, if you chooseOption A or B benefit payment, the death of your beneficiary.The amount of your monthly payment is calculated using these3 factors: Benefit multiplier (Benefit Program) How much you make (Final Average Salary) How long you work (Credited Service)Your monthly benefit payment is: Not affected by swings in the market. Protected without you having to make investmentdecisions. Payable every month for as long as you live.With your LAGERS benefit, you have peace of mind knowingyou are working toward financial independence in retirement.Every month you work in public service for your communityadds to that financial independence.5Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsAbout LAGERS:The Missouri Local Government Employees RetirementSystem (LAGERS) was created by the 74th Missouri GeneralAssembly in October 1967 and officially opened its doors inApril 1968. During its first year of existence, the young systemwas administered through a contractual agreement with theMissouri Municipal League and added its first full time staffmember in 1969.By June 1969, 70 Missouri local government employers hadjoined LAGERS with a total of 4,600 member employees and 2.1 million in assets. LAGERS is now the largest pensionsystem for local government employees in the state of Missouri,covering over 800 employers, over 36,000 active members,23,000 retirees, with around 8 billion in assets and an overallfunding level over that of the national average. It’s safe to saythe growth of the system has been anything but sluggish, andLAGERS continues to provide a strong, secure service for localgovernment communities throughout the state of Missouri.The growth of LAGERS membership has been rapid, and thebenefit options available to member subdivisions has expandedgreatly. LAGERS was created with one benefit structure whichapplied to all members. Today, the system offers close to 100different combinations of benefit options employers canchoose at the local level.LAGERS continues steady membership growth each yearwhile maintaining a financially sound system. LAGERS expectsnothing but continued stability in providing a protected,defined retirement benefit for all its members and beneficiaries.6Member Handbook

To be eligible to begin receiving a monthly retirementpayment, you must work the required number of annual hoursyour employer elects for coverage (see “covered employment” on page20), and you must be vested and have reached retirement age.LAGERS BenefitsWhen Am I Eligible?VestingTo become vested (eligible to receive a benefit), you mustwork 60 months (5 years) within the LAGERS system. These 60months may be earned with one LAGERS employer or multipleemployers.Normal RetirementGeneral Employees.Age 60Police Officers.Age 55Fire Fighters.Age 55Public Safety Personnel*.Age 55*This is an optional employer election. See page 8 for more.This represents the age a vested member is eligible to retirewith a full, unreduced benefit. Once you quit working for aLAGERS employer, you will no longer receive an increase in theamount of your monthly benefit payment, therefore, there is noreason to delay drawing your monthly benefit payments past yournormal retirement age.7Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsWhen Am I Eligible?continuedEarly RetirementGeneral Employees:. Any age between 55-60Police Officers:. Any age between 50-55Fire Fighters:. Any age between 50-55Public Safety Personnel* . Any age between 50-55*This is an optional employer election. See below for more.Your monthly payment will be reduced by a half percent foreach month you are younger than your normal retirement age.This equals a 6% reduction for each year you are younger thanyour normal retirement age.Public Safety Classification OptionAs of August 28, 2019, LAGERS employers in 3rd class countieshave the option to classify EMS personnel, emergencytelecommunicators, and jailors as public safety personnelfor purposes of determining an age 55 normal retirementin LAGERS. In order to do that, each employer must elect tocover their public safety personnel under this option. If youremployer has not adopted this provision, EMS personnel,emergency telecommunicators, and jailors are consideredgeneral employees.Rule of 80Some employers have chosen to provide an early retirementoption called the Rule of 80. The Rule of 80 allows eligiblemembers to retire earlier than normal retirement age with noreduction in their monthly payment.If your employer provides the Rule of 80 retirement provision,you may be eligible to retire with unreduced benefits whenyour years of credited service plus your age total the number80.8Member Handbook

Age at Hire202530Credited Service3027.525Rule of 80 Age 5052.555 808080LAGERS BenefitsRule of 80 Example:If you permanently leave LAGERS covered employment beforereaching your Rule of 80 age, you will not be able to receiveyour benefit at your Rule of 80 age. You will have to wait untilearly retirement age or normal retirement age to receive yourbenefit.Exceptions to the Rule of 80If your employer has chosen the Rule of 80, your age at hire willdetermine if you qualify for a Rule of 80 retirement age.If your normal retirement age is 60 and you begin LAGERScovered employment at age 40 or older, you will reach normalretirement age before your Rule of 80 age. If your normalretirement age is 55, and you begin employment at age 30 orolder, you will reach normal retirement age before your Ruleof 80 age. If your Rule of 80 age is greater than your normalretirement age, you are still eligible to start receiving yourmonthly benefit at normal retirement age.Even though you may qualify for a Rule of 80 retirement, thisdoes not mean you must retire when your age credited service 80. You may work past your Rule of 80 age and continue toearn credited service to increase your monthly payment.What if I worked for more than one employer, one with and onewithout the Rule of 80?If you have worked for more than one LAGERS employer where onehas the Rule of 80 and one does not, you may use all of your LAGERScredited service towards eligibility for the Rule of 80 benefit. However,you must wait until early or normal retirement age to receive yourbenefit from the non Rule of 80 benefit.9Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsMonthly Payment CalculationDefined Benefit PlanDefined benefit plans, like LAGERS, pay permanent, protectedlifetime benefit payments throughout retirement.Your LAGERS monthly benefit payment is based on a specificcalculation, not an account balance. It is not affected by theamount you or your employer contributes, changes in themarket, or economic conditions.Once you are eligible to begin receiving your monthly benefitpayment, it is permanent and protected. You will receive apayment each month for as long as you live.10Member Handbook

Your monthly benefit is figured using a calculation designed todirectly reflect your working career. The longer you work andthe more you earn, the greater your monthly payment will beat retirement. Although each LAGERS employer chooses theirown benefit plan for their employees, all monthly paymentsare figured using the same calculation.LAGERS BenefitsMonthly Payment CalculationYou can easily estimate your monthly retirement paymentusing this calculation.Benefit Multiplier(Benefit Program)The “Benefit Multiplier”is a percent chosen byyour employer rangingfrom 1% to 2.5% whichcoordinates with aparticular “BenefitProgram.”How Much You Make(Final Average Salary)“How Much You Make”is an average, chosenby your employer, ofeither your highestconsecutive 60 or 36months of wages withinyour last 120 months ofLAGERS credited servicecalled “Final AverageSalary.”How Long You Work(Credited Service)“How Long You Work”refers to the years andmonths you work in acovered position for aLAGERS employer called“Credited Service.” Thismay also include serviceyou earned before youremployer joined thesystem.Monthly Payment for LifeYour monthly payment is a protected benefit that is payable everymonth for as long as you live. At retirement, you may also choose apayment option that may continue to your beneficiary.A benefit calculation might look like this:0.015 x 3,000 x 25 Years 1,125 per month for lifeThe following pages contain a more detailed explanation ofeach part of the monthly payment calculation.11Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsEmployer ChoicesEach LAGERS employer chooses their own kind of benefit planfor their employees. Knowing your employer’s chosen benefitplan will help you understand how your monthly payment iscalculated and grows throughout your career.Benefit Multipliers (Benefit Programs)The first part of your benefit calculation is the benefit multiplier.An employer may choose a benefit multiplier ranging from1.0% - 2.5%. The higher the multiplier, the larger the benefit.After you have left LAGERS-covered employment, anychanges made to your former employer’s LAGERS benefitprogram will not affect your future monthly payment.Employers’ Benefit ChoicesLife Programs - same multiplier for your L-62.00%L-112.50%*** No longer available for employers who are new to the system.**Only available to groups that do not contribute to Social Security.12Member Handbook

One base, monthlypayment, plus an additional temporary monthly payment untilage 65 or 62.LT-4(65)1.00% for life 1.00% to age 65LT-5(65)1.25% for life 0.75% to age 65LT-8(65)1.50% for life 0.50% to age 65LT-10(65)*1.60% for life 0.40% to age 65LT-14(65)1.75% for life 0.25% to age 65LAGERS BenefitsLife and Temporary Programs -* No longer available for employers who are new to the system.Issues to Remember if Your Employer Chose an LT Program1. The temporary payment, plus any applicable cost of livingadjustment, stops the month after you turn age 65 for LT65 programs (or 62 for LT-62 programs).2. The temporary payment will be paid until age 65 (or 62),regardless of when you begin to receive benefits fromSocial Security.3. The temporary payment is only payable to you, not yourbeneficiary.4. Leaving LAGERS covered employment before you are ageeligible to retire will result in forfeiture of your temporarypayment.5. The temporary payment is not payable on disability orsurvivor benefits.13Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsEmployer ChoicesHow Much You Make(Final Average Salary)The second part of your benefit calculation is the Final AverageSalary. Your employer may choose either a 36 month or 60month average of your gross monthly wages to be used in yourbenefit calculation. The higher your final average salary, thegreater the monthly payment.LAGERS Considers Your Final 120 Monthsof WagesWhen you apply for your monthly benefit, you will select aretirement effective date. From that date, LAGERS will countbackward 120 consecutive months (10 years) of LAGERScredited service. From this time period, the average of eitheryour highest consecutive 60 or 36 months of gross wages willbe used to calculate your monthly payments.One time lump sum payouts of vacation and/or sick leave arenot included in this calculation.Example: An employee retires on March 1st, 2020March 1st 2020 5,5432019 33,2602018 36,7202017 36,0002016 35,2802015 34,6022014 33,9232013 33,2602012 32,6062011 31,700March 1st 2010 30,60014Member Handbook36 Month Final Average Salary 108,000 / 36 Months 3,00060 Month Final Average Salary 176,525 / 60 Months 2,942

LAGERS BenefitsWorking for More Than OneLAGERS EmployerBecause each LAGERS employer chooses their own benefitlevels, LAGERS must calculate benefits separately for each ofthe employers for which you work. The benefit program andyour service will be separated by employer.However, LAGERS only uses one final average salary periodto calculate your monthly payments – the last 120 monthsof LAGERS credited service. This may be with one LAGERSemployer or several.15Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsCalculating Your Monthly PaymentThe following information will give you a general idea of how tocalculate your LAGERS monthly payment. Below is an exampleof the LAGERS Life Program payment calculation.Monthly Payment Calculation Example: L-11.00% x 3,000 x 25 Years 750.00 per month for lifeEstimating Your Future BenefitThe table below represents the percentage of your finalaverage salary that will be replaced by your LAGERS monthlypayment upon retirement. Salary Replacement is calculated bymultiplying your employer’s chosen multiplier by your creditedservice.Examples are based on 3,000 final average salary and 25 years of service.These numbers will vary depending on your individual credited service andsalary.Life tage*25%31%38%40%44%50%63%MonthlyBenefitExample 750 938 1,125 1,200 1,313 1,500 1,875* Salary replacement was calculated by multiplying the multiplier bythe years of service.**Only available to groups that do not contribute to Social Security.16Member Handbook

Monthly Payment Calculation Example: LT-4(65)2.00% x 3,000 x 25 Years 1,500 per month until age 65LAGERS BenefitsBelow is an example of a LAGERS Life & Temporary Programmonthly payment calculation.1.00% x 3,000 x 25 Years 750 per month from age 65 to deathEstimating Your Future Monthly Payment:Examples are based on 3,000 final average salary and 25 years of service.These numbers will vary depending on your individual credited service andsalary.Life ntage**MonthlyBenefitExampleAll LT Programs2.00% to 6550% % after 651.25% after 651.50% after 651.60% after 651.75% after 6525%31%38%40%44% 750 938 1,125 1,200 1,313*All LT(65) programs have a 2% multiplier until age 65. After 65, themultiplier changes to a base multiplier (displayed in the table).**Salary replacement was calculated by multiplying the multiplier bythe years of service.These examples only reflect a basic Life Option calculation and donot account for any adjustments that may be made for an alternatepayment election or cost of living increase that may affect the amountof your monthly retirement payment. See page 38 for more informationon payment options.17Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsCalculating Your Monthly PaymentBenefit Multiplier ExamplesThe following examples help demonstrate how the benefitmultiplier your employer chooses can impact your monthlypayment amount. For these examples, we assume a 3,000final average salary and 25 years of credited service.Life Programs:L-1:1.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 750.00 per month for lifeL-3:1.25% x 25 Years x 3,000 937.50L-7:1.50% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,125.00L-9*:1.60% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,200.00L-12:1.75% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,312.50L-6:2.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,500.00L-11*:2.50% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,875.00* No longer available for employers who are new to the system.**Only available to groups that do not contribute to Social Security.18Member Handbook

LT-4(65)2.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,500.00 until 651.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 750.00 after 65LAGERS BenefitsLife & Temporary Programs:LT-5(65)2.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,500.00 until 651.25% x 25 Years x 3,000 937.50 after 65LT-8(65)2.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,500.00 until 651.50% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,125.00 after 65LT-10(65)*2.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,500.00 until 651.60% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,200.00 after 65LT-14(65)2.00% x 25 Years x 3,000 1,500.00 until 651.75% x 25 Years x 3,000 1312.50 after 65*Employers who are new to the system may not choose thisoption.The above examples only reflect a basic Life Option calculation and donot account for any adjustments that may be made for an alternatepayment election or cost of living increase that may affect the amountof your monthly retirement payment. See “Near Retirement” and “AfterRetirement” sections for explanations of payment options and COLAs.19Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsHow Long You Work (Credited Service)The third part of your benefit calculation is credited service.Credited service is calculated as the total number of monthsand years you work in a LAGERS covered position, which mayinclude a combination of time worked before your employerjoined LAGERS and current membership service.Your employer may choose to cover 100%, 75%, 50%, or 25%of your time worked before they joined LAGERS. To receiveany coverage of your work prior to your employer joining, youmust have been an active employee on the date your employerjoined LAGERS and continuously for one year after the joiningdate.If your employer chooses less than 100% prior service, only theportion chosen to be covered shall be considered when calculatingcredited service and final average salary, unless purchasedindividually. See more about purchasing service on page 21.Membership Service is time worked for a LAGERS employerwhile the employer is covered by LAGERS.Covered employment is chosen by your employer upon joiningthe system. Your employer may choose to only cover positionsrequiring either 1,500, 1,250, or 1,000 hours on an annual basis.Working for an Employer with a Prior Retirement PlanSome employers already have a retirement plan in place whenthey choose to join LAGERS. LAGERS evaluates each of these plansindividually to determine if the plan is similar to LAGERS coverage.If the prior retirement plan is found to be similar to LAGERS, theemployer may not have the option to give credit for all or a portionof employees’ prior service. Because each plan is different, it is bestto call the LAGERS office if you have specific questions about howyour prior service is handled and how it may affect your benefit.20Member Handbook

The LAGERS benefit calculation is designed to reward long termemployees. The longer you work, the greater your monthlypayment will be. There is no limit to the amount of creditedservice you can earn, and every additional month you work ina LAGERS covered position increases your monthly payment.LAGERS BenefitsIncrease Your Monthly PaymentBecause your benefit is based on a specific calculation, and notan account balance, your normal monthly contributions, if any,do not affect the amount of your monthly retirement payment.Aside from working longer, some members may be eligible toincrease their monthly payment amount by either purchasingor transferring service from a previous employer.Purchasing ServiceBefore you leave your LAGERS covered employment, you maybe eligible to add additional time toward your benefit in orderto increase it.Military ServiceIf you are an active LAGERS member who had previous activeduty service in the United States military, you may purchaseup to four years of that service to be used in your monthlypayment calculation. To initiate this purchase, you mustcomplete a purchase of military service form (available on ourwebsite) and submit your honorary discharge papers (DD 214)to LAGERS. You cannot be eligible to receive a benefit from anyother retirement plan except for benefits from the US militaryfor the period of time you are purchasing.You can estimate the cost of purchasing military service onlineusing your myLAGERS account.21Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsIncrease Your Monthly PaymentPurchasing Service (continued)Non-Federal Public Employment in MissouriIf you are an active member and have 60 or more months ofservice, you may purchase service toward your LAGERS benefitfor any time you were employed in a non-Federal publicposition within the state of Missouri.To be eligible for this type of purchase, you must have eithernot been covered by a retirement plan from your formeremployer, or you were covered by a plan, but are not eligiblefor benefits from that plan.Other Employer Sponsored RetirementPlansPrior Service Not Covered By LAGERSIf your employer elected to cover less than 100% of yourprior service OR if your employer had a retirement plan inplace before it joined LAGERS that was considered “similar inpurpose” to LAGERS, some or all of your prior employmentmay not be credited toward your LAGERS benefit. ContactLAGERS if you would like more information about how itimpacts your monthly payment calculation. You may be ableto purchase this service.Transferring from Another MO Public PensionIf you are an active member and have 60 or more months of service,you may also be eligible to transfer service from a different Missouripublic pension plan if you are vested in the other retirement systemand LAGERS has an agreement with the other system.You may contact the LAGERS office to see if you are eligible to transfer serviceand if your prior retirement plan has an agreement with LAGERS.22Member Handbook

All service purchases must be completed before your lastday of LAGERS covered employment. To initiate a purchase,you should complete a Purchase of Service form (available onmolagers.org) and submit it to the LAGERS office.LAGERS BenefitsPurchasing Service ProcessOnce LAGERS receives your application, we will calculate thecost of the purchase and send you a form indicating the costand your options for payment. You may choose to pay for thepurchase in a lump sum, or in 12 or 24 monthly installments. Youmay also use funds from another retirement account using a directroll over.All funds used to purchase service WILL be returned to you.Funds used to purchase service are considered membercontributions and are always guaranteed back to you or yourbeneficiary. You will receive your contributions back either througha monthly benfit or if no monthly benefit is payable, through arefund.23Member Handbook

LAGERS BenefitsCan My Benefit Multiplier Change?Your employer determines the LAGERS benefit multiplier usedat your employer. Employers have the ability to change theirbenefit multipliers and can do so once every two years.UpgradesIf your employer increases your benefit multiplier, it willnot only increase your service going forward, but it will alsoupgrade your previous service retroactively.You must be an active, covered employee on the effective dateof the upgrade in order to be eligible for the upgrade.For example: If the effective date of the upgrade is July 1st,you must receive a month of credited service for June or afterin order for the benefit change to affect you.DowngradesYour employer also has the ability to reduce your benefitmultiplier for active employees.Downgrades are not retroactive and will only apply to anycredited service you earn after the effective date of the changein benefit multiplier.If you are covered by the Rule of 80 and your employer laterchooses to remove it, you will still be eligible for the Rule of 80.Only employees hired after the effective date of the removalwill not be covered under the Rule of 80.Benefit changes only apply to active employees. Onceyou retire, benefit upgrades or downgrades WILL NOTaffect your monthly payments.24Member Handbook

Your employer chooses the amount you contribute to LAGERSto help fund your future benefit. Because your benefit is basedon how long you work, not how much you contribute, youremployee contribution amount does not affect the amount ofyour monthly benefit – it only affects how it is paid for.LAGERS BenefitsFunding Your LAGERS BenefitEach employer elects either a 0%, 2%, 4%, or 6% employeecontribution amount. This contribution is not optional,and every LAGERS-eligible employee contributes the samepercentage.*If your employer has elected an employee contribution: You or your beneficiary will never receive back less thanyou contributed, plus interest. If you separate from employment prior to retirement, andare not yet eligible for a monthly benefit, you can apply fora refund of contributions. LAGERS does not permit hardship withdrawals. Contributions are after-tax (will not reduce your taxableincome today). A portion of your retirement benefit will not be taxable.You can view your accumulated contribution balance onlinethrough your myLAGERS account 24/7.*Non-social security participating members covered undera different multiplier at their employer may have a differentemployee contribution amount.25Member Handbook

Designating BeneficiariesLife EventsIf you were to pass away before retirement, LAGERS will lookfirst to pay a monthly survivor benefit to your eligible spouseor dependent children. (See Survivor’s Benefits on Page 31)If no monthly survivor benefit is payable, LAGERS will pay arefund of your accumulated member contributions (if any) toyour designated beneficiary of record.Who May I List as a Beneficiary for a Refund of MyContributions?You may designate

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