Visit our exhibitors to find out more information on the many programs and services available to you. Not all exhibitors attend all events.
Whether you are early through midcareer or nearing retirement, the CalPERS Regional Office staff will be available to answer questions related to retirement planning, enroll you in education classes, assist you with your my|CalPERS account, and review the online planning tools such as the Service Credit Cost Estimator, health programs tools, and the Forms & Publications Center.
The Service Credit staff is available to provide information about CalPERS service credit, such as the types of service credit you may be eligible to purchase to enhance your retirement benefit, calculating a cost estimate for most types of additional service credit, reciprocity, changing retirement systems, and the Alternate Retirement Program (ARP) for state members.
Do you have an additional retirement savings account? Representatives are available to provide information related to the CalPERS Supplemental Income 457 Plan and the Supplemental Contributions Plan.
The pretax CalPERS Supplemental Income 457 Plan is for participating public agency and school employees.
The after-tax CalPERS Supplemental Contributions Plan (SCP) is for state employees and members of Judges' Retirement Systems I and II.
As a member with CalPERS health coverage, you may visit the health benefits table to speak with a CalPERS representative about enrollment and eligibility rules. You'll find useful information and resources to assist you in making informed decisions regarding health coverage. In addition, representatives from health plans that offer coverage in your area may be available to answer your questions.
The CalPERS Long-Term Care Program is a voluntary, self-funded, not-for-profit program helping to protect assets and lifestyles against the catastrophic cost of needing long-term care services. The program is entirely funded by member premiums and is not an employer-paid benefit. Long-Term Care Program staff will be available to answer your questions.
Learn how to tap into a multi-media array of CalPERS support in preparation for your retirement. See how to find relevant resources on the streamlined CalPERS website. Get familiar with how CalPERS reaches out to you on the internet, in publications, through social media, or in webinars and videos. It’s all available to make your retirement process smooth and efficient. Let us show you how to take advantage of CalPERS support before and after you retire. You can also learn how to become a CalPERS Ambassador and help communicate the facts about public pensions in California.
Health plan providers offering coverage in your area may have representatives available to answer questions. CalPERS health plan providers cover eligible state employees by law, and school and local public agency employees whose employer contracts with CalPERS to provide these benefits.
HICAP staff provides free and objective information and counseling to Medicare beneficiaries. It is not affiliated with any insurance company or agency; nor does it sell, endorse, or recommend any specific insurance product.
Visit the SSA table for information about Social Security retirement, disability, spouse and survivor benefits, Medicare Part D, the Windfall Elimination Provision, and Government Pension Offset. Also learn about the features of my Social Security, where you can access your Social Security statement, apply for benefits, and much more.
Savings Plus - The 401(k) Plan and 457 Plan is available to most State of California employees. Savings Plus staff can provide information about building aretirement savings account, including automatic payroll deductions, and your investment options.
Other Programs - Representatives will be available from various benefit programs available to State of California members including: dental, vision, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Group Legal Services Insurance Plan, and FlexElect. Not all benefit programs will be represented at all events.
Representatives will be available to California State University members to discuss various benefit programs including: dental, vision, group-term life insurance, tax sheltered annuity (TSA), and various other voluntary benefits. The CSU exhibit is offered on most Fridays, with limited availability on Saturdays.
The ScholarShare College Savings Plan is California's tax-advantaged 529 Plan, open to everyone. Many families hope to see their child or loved one graduate from college someday. Investing in education is a smart move and the tax advantages built into ScholarShare can make it an important part of your overall college funding strategy. Staff will be avaiable to provide information and answer your questions.
The plan is sponsored by the ScholarShare Investment Board, an agency of the State of California, and managed by TIAA-CREF, Tuition Financing, Inc.
Classified school and community college employees will receive valuable information from CSEA representatives on how they can benefit by joining CSEA's Retiree Unit after retirement.
Staff will be available from California State Retirees, Inc., which is the largest and most experienced organization exclusively representing State of California retirees.
Staff will be available from RPEA, which is the only statewide, nonprofit association representing all CalPERS active members and retires: state, classified school, and public agency.