TMRS is a statewide retirement system established in 1947 that provides retirement, disability, and death benefits for employees of participating Texas municipalities.
On June 24, the TMRS Board of Trustees approved the Texas Municipal Retirement System’s 2015 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the years ended December 31, 2015 and 2014 (CAFR). The CAFR is now posted on the TMRS website.
The 2017 Rate Letters for cities are now available online. Choose your city’s name from the dropdown menu and view or download your rate letter. The letters contain detailed information on city contribution rates for the year beginning January 1, 2017. Please call 1-800-924-8677 if you have questions.
Please note that the information cities will need for financial disclosures (the GASB reporting package) will be available as a separate download on the TMRS website later this summer.
The TMRS Actuarial Valuation for the year ended December 31, 2015, containing city contribution rates for 2017, is now posted online.
TMRS retirees can now make changes to their income tax withholding selection through MyTMRS. If you are not a registered MyTMRS user, this is a great time to sign up!
Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed James P. “Jim” Jeffers, City Manager of Nacogdoches, and David A. Landis, City Manager of Perryton, to the TMRS Board of Trustees for terms to expire February 1, 2021.