No matter what your career stage, learning about your retirement system and keeping up with the changes that occur will help you to make well-informed decisions that will benefit you, your family and your financial security during retirement.
At PEERS, our goal is to help you get the most out of your retirement. This website includes information and resources to assist you. You are always welcome to contact us with questions or for more information.
If you have questions about your account or benefit, you can view your account information by logging in to your online account. If you have not yet setup your online account, you can easily do so by creating your own unique username and password.
Keep us up to date when your personal information changes so we can continue to provide you with information about your retirement system.
- If your name changes, please send us a Name Change form.
- To report a change of mailing address or email address, contact us or send us an Address Change form.
You may need to make changes to your beneficiaries if you marry or divorce, with the births of children, or as other life changes occur. As an active PEERS member, you can update your beneficiary designations at any time using the Pre-Retirement Beneficiary Designation form or contact us.
Always keep your beneficiary designations with PEERS up-to-date to ensure benefits payable to your survivors are distributed according to your wishes.
Retirement Planning Resources
Visit the Service Retirement page for more information about the types of retirement benefits available, eligibility requirements, and benefit plans.
Use our online Benefit Estimate Calculator to generate estimates of your future retirement benefits using various projected retirement dates and salaries. You can also use the Purchase and Reinstatement Cost Calculator to find out how a credit purchase or reinstatement can help you retire earlier or increase your benefit amount.
In addition to service retirement benefits, PEERS offers disability benefits for members who qualify. Visit the Disability Retirement page for information on the benefits available to PEERS members who are permanently disabled and unable to earn a livelihood.
PEERS offers valuable financial protection for your family if you pass away before retirement. Visit the Survivor Benefits page for more information on how to provide financial security for your loved ones after you are gone.