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Oregon Bulletin

July 1, 2011

 

Oregon Public Employees Retirement System
Chapter 459

Rule Caption: Adopts new rule; amends rules regarding trustee to trustee transfer for eligible purchases at retirement.

Adm. Order No.: PERS 2-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 6-1-2011

Certified to be Effective: 6-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 2-1-2011

Rules Adopted: 459-005-0580, 459-011-0150

Rules Amended: 459-015-0055, 459-050-0075, 459-050-0090

Subject: Senate Bill 399 (2009), codified as ORS 238.222, allows eligible members to restore forfeited creditable service or purchase retirement credit with pre-tax dollars transferred from certain other retirement plans. The bill has an operative date of September 1, 2011.

      Previously, staff noticed rulemaking to address the parameters for eligibility to fund a purchase with a trustee-to-trustee transfer, guidance on how PERS will treat excess dollars transferred to PERS, and the relevant timelines. Conforming modifications were proposed to other administrative rules to reflect this new purchase funding method.

      As these rules were developed further, staff concluded that putting these transfers in a broader context made sense, as these new rules addressed aspects of service credit purchases that were of general application, but no general rule addressed purchases. Also, while the Oregon Savings Growth Plan (OSGP) is a possible source of these transfers, staff thought we should provide the opportunity for OSGP participants to use their funds to purchase service credit in other governmental plans, if those plans allow such purchases.

      As a result, the rules originally noticed in January 2011 have been augmented with additional rules and revisions to address the issue of purchases more comprehensively.

Rules Coordinator: Daniel Rivas—(503) 603-7713

459-005-0580

Trustee-to-Trustee Transfers

(1) For purposes of this rule, “trustee-to-trustee transfer” means a transfer of funds from an eligible retirement plan to PERS for the purpose of obtaining restoration of forfeited creditable service or purchasing retirement credit pursuant to ORS 238.222.

(2)(a) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, PERS must receive the trustee-to-trustee transfer within the time period established in the particular statute for restoration of creditable service or obtaining retirement credit included in ORS 238.222(1).

(b) A trustee-to-trustee transfer received by PERS outside the time period determined under subsection (a) of this section for the transfer will be returned to the eligible retirement plan from which the transfer was received.

(c) If the cost of restoration of creditable service or obtaining retirement credit is adjusted and PERS determines that the amount required is greater than the amount originally received, a trustee-to-trustee transfer may be made to remit the additional amount required.

(d) Nothing in ORS 238.222 or this rule shall be construed to provide an extension of time for restoration of forfeited creditable service or obtaining retirement credit outside the time permitted under the relevant statutes.

(3) If PERS receives a trustee-to-trustee transfer and determines that all or a portion of the transfer may not be accepted by PERS and must be returned, PERS will transfer the amount back to the eligible retirement plan from which the transfer was received.

(4) The provisions of this rule are effective on September 1, 2011.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 238.222 & 238.650

Stats. Implemented: ORS 238.222, sec. 2, Ch. 971, OL 1999

Hist.: PERS 2-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-11

459-011-0150

General Purchases

(1) For purposes of this rule, “purchase” means restoration of creditable service under ORS 238.115 or obtaining retirement credit under ORS 238.125, 238.135, 238.145, 238.148, 238.156, 238.157, 238.160, 238.162, 238.165, 238.175, 526.052 or section 2, Chapter 971, Oregon Laws 1999.

(2) To make a purchase, a member must submit the application for restoration of creditable service or to obtain retirement credit and the full purchase cost, provided by PERS, within the time period established in the particular statute.

(3)(a) If the purchase cost is adjusted and requires an additional payment, PERS will notify the member of the balance due. To complete the purchase, the balance due must be received by PERS by the later of:

(A) The date set by PERS; or

(B) The member’s effective retirement date.

(b) If the balance due required in subsection (a) of this section is not received within the time period established in subsection (a) of this section, PERS will cancel the purchase and return the amount paid under section (2) of this rule to the member, subject to the provisions of OAR 459-005-0580.

(4) If the purchase cost is adjusted and is lower than the amount paid under section (2) of this rule, PERS will refund the excess amount to the member, subject to the provisions of OAR 459-005-0580.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 238.650

Stats. Implemented: ORS 238.115, 238.125, 238.135, 238.145, 238.148, 238.156, 238.157, 238.160, 238.162, 238.165, 238.175, 526.052 and sec. 2, Ch. 971, Ol 1999

Hist.: PERS 2-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-11

459-015-0055

Selection of Benefit Option and Commencement of Allowance

(1) Upon filing an application for a disability retirement allowance, the member may make a preliminary designation of beneficiary and a preliminary selection of benefit option.

(a) A member may choose from retirement Options 1, 2, 2A, 3, 3A, 15 year certain or refund annuity as set forth in ORS 238.300 and 238.305, or an optional disability retirement allowance under ORS 238.325.

(b) A member may not choose a lump-sum option.

(2) Within 90 days following the Director’s, or the Director’s designee’s, approval of the application for disability retirement allowance, the member must submit a disability benefit application provided by PERS. Receipt of the final forms will supersede any preliminary beneficiary designation or benefit option.

(a) The final option selected applies only to the corresponding time period the member is receiving a disability retirement allowance.

(b) The beneficiary designation or benefit option may be changed up to 60 days after the date of the first actual (not estimated) benefit payment as provided in ORS 238.325(2). The beneficiary or benefit option change will be retroactive to the effective disability retirement date.

(c) If a member’s disability retirement allowance is canceled before the first benefit payment or is discontinued, the option selected for the purposes of that disability retirement allowance is canceled and a new option may be selected upon a subsequent disability or service retirement.

(3) If the member does not submit a disability benefit application within 90 days following the Director’s, or the Director’s designee’s, approval of the application for disability retirement allowance:

(a) The benefit will be the benefit as set forth under ORS 238.320(1) if the member is single, or the benefit as set forth under ORS 238.462 if the member is married; and

(b) For single members, the latest beneficiary designation on file for the PERS Chapter 238 Program will be used to determine the default beneficiary. If no designation exists, the beneficiary will be as provided for under ORS 238.390(2).

(c) The payment will commence within a reasonable period of time following the 90th day after approval.

(4) Purchases. If a member is eligible to make a purchase to restore creditable service or obtain retirement credit under ORS Chapter 238 or section 2, chapter 971, Oregon Laws 1999, the member must submit payment for the purchase(s) no later than the earlier of:

(a) 90 days following the date of the Director’s, or the Director’s designee’s, approval of the application for disability retirement allowance; or

(b) The date the member submits the final disability benefit application required under section (2) of this rule.

(5) If the member elects to purchase all or a portion of creditable service or retirement credit through a trustee-to-trustee transfer as described in OAR 459-005-0580, the transfer must be received within the time line in section (4) of this rule.

(6) The payment of a disability retirement allowance shall commence within 10 business days following receipt by PERS of all of the items in (a) and (b) of this section, or the date the first payment is due, as set forth in section (7) of this rule, whichever is later:

(a) From the member:

(A) Completed disability benefit application;

(B) Proof of member’s age;

(C) Proof of age for the designated beneficiary if a joint survivor option is elected; and

(D) Certification of marital status form.

(b) From the employer: Financial and demographic information indicating the member has separated from PERS-covered employment.

(7) A disability benefit accrues from the effective date of disability retirement. Except as provided as in section (8) of this rule, the benefit accrued for a month of disability retirement is payable on the first of the following month.

(8) Notwithstanding section (7) of this rule, no payment shall be made before the end of the period of 90 consecutive days beginning with the date of disability and shall be retroactive to the effective date of disability retirement.

(9) If PERS cannot calculate the actual disability benefit payment, an estimated payment will be made until PERS receives all the necessary information needed to calculate the actual benefit payment. The payment will be made retroactive to the effective date of disability if the benefits become due before the 90 consecutive day period of incapacitation has elapsed.

(a) If the estimated payment results in an underpayment of $10 or more a month, the member will receive interest based on the provisions set forth in OAR 459-007-0015.

(b) If the estimated payment results in an overpayment of any amount, the overpayments may be recovered by decreasing the monthly benefit amount until the difference between the amount the member received and the amount the member should have received is recovered.

(10) Minimum disability benefit. A disability benefit will not be less than $100 per month under the non-refund Option 1 benefit or the amount the member would have received for service retirement, if eligible, whichever is higher.

(11) In the event a member applying for a disability retirement allowance dies before the Director’s approval of the application:

(a)(A) If the member has made a preliminary benefit option election, the preliminary election shall be effective upon the Director’s approval of the application for disability retirement.

(B) If the deceased member was eligible to purchase additional creditable service or retirement credit under ORS Chapter 238, the beneficiary, if any, designated in the preliminary election may make the purchase(s) by submitting the required forms and payment within 90 days from the date the disability application is approved.

(b) If the member has not made a preliminary benefit option election, the member will be considered as having died before retirement.

(A) If the beneficiary designated under ORS 238.390(1) is the surviving spouse, the surviving spouse may, within 90 days from the date the disability application is approved, elect to have either Option 2 or 3 disability benefits or pre-retirement death benefits, as provided in ORS 238.390 or 238.395, if eligible.

(i) Regardless of the election made by the surviving spouse under paragraph (b)(A) of this section, all benefits will cease upon the surviving spouse’s death.

(ii) If the deceased member was eligible to purchase additional creditable service or retirement credit under ORS Chapter 238, a surviving spouse who elects disability benefits under paragraph (b)(A) of this section, may make the purchase(s) by submitting the required forms and payment at the time of the election.

(B) If the beneficiary designated under ORS 238.390(1) is not the surviving spouse, the beneficiary will receive pre-retirement death benefits as provided in ORS 238.390 or 238.395, if eligible.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 238.650

Stats. Implemented: ORS 238.320, 238.325 & 238.330

Hist.: PERS 2-1992, f. & cert. ef. 1-14-92; PERS 15-2005, f. & cert. ef. 10-3-05; PERS 6-2008, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-08; PERS 7-2010, f. & cert. ef. 8-2-10; PERS 2-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-11

459-050-0075

Distributions During Employment

The purpose of this rule is to describe the types of distributions available to a participant who has not had a severance of employment. Distributions made while a participant is still employed are in-service distributions.

(1) De minimis distribution. A de minimis distribution is an in-service distribution of the entire balance of a small account before the date a participant has a severance of employment. A de minimis distribution may be made if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

(a) No prior de minimis distribution was made to the participant;

(b) The total balance of the participant’s account does not exceed the limitations in the Internal Revenue Code Section (IRC) 457(e)(9)(A), which is $5,000;

(c) Participant has not made any contributions to the Deferred Compensation Plan in the two-year period before the date of distribution; and

(d) Participant has submitted an application for a de minimis distribution on forms provided by, or other methods approved by the Deferred Compensation Program. No distribution will be paid unless a complete application is filed with, and approved by, the Deferred Compensation Program.

(2) Unforeseeable emergency withdrawal. An unforeseeable emergency withdrawal is an in-service distribution made to a participant due to an unforeseeable emergency. This withdrawal may be made before the date a participant has a severance of employment and as defined in OAR 459-050-0150. A participant must apply for an unforeseeable emergency withdrawal using forms provided by, or other methods approved by, the Deferred Compensation Program as provided for in OAR 459-050-0150(4).

(3) Military distribution. A participant is treated as having been severed from employment during any period the participant is performing service in the uniformed services while on active duty for a period of more than 30 days for the purposes of the limitation on in-service distributions. For purposes of this rule, “uniformed services” has the same meaning as given in OAR 459-050-0072. This section applies to distributions made on or after January 1, 2009.

(4) Trustee-to-trustee transfers. A trustee-to-trustee transfer as defined in OAR 459-050-0090(1)(h) may be made while a participant is still employed.

(5) Funds available for in-service distribution. Only funds contributed to a deferred compensation plan, as defined in IRC 457, and earnings on those contributions may be distributed in a de minimis distribution or unforeseeable emergency withdrawal. Any funds directly transferred or rolled over to the Deferred Compensation Program from any plan other than an IRC 457 deferred compensation plan shall not be distributed for a de minimis distribution or an unforeseeable emergency withdrawal.

(6) Prohibitions on elective deferrals after an in-service distribution. A participant who receives a de minimis distribution, an unforeseeable emergency withdrawal, or a military distribution may not make elective deferrals and employee contributions to the Deferred Compensation Program for a period of 6 consecutive months from the date of distribution.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth: ORS 243.470

Stats. Implemented: ORS 243.401 - 243.507

Hist.: PERS 13-2001(Temp), f. 12-14-01, cert. ef. 1-1-02 thru 6-28-02; PERS 9-2002, f. & cert. ef. 6-13-02; PERS 1-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-12-09; PERS 2-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-11

459-050-0090

Direct Rollover and Trustee-to-Trustee Transfer

The purpose of this rule is to establish the criteria and processes for direct rollovers between the Deferred Compensation Program and an eligible retirement plan and trustee-to-trustee transfers between the Deferred Compensation Program and either a defined benefit governmental plan or a deferred compensation plan described in Code Section 457(b) that is maintained by a state, political subdivision of a state, or any agency or instrumentality of a state or political subdivision of a state.

(1) Definitions. The following definitions apply for the purpose of this rule:

(a) “Code” means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

(b) “Direct Rollover” means:

(A) The payment of an eligible rollover distribution by the Deferred Compensation Plan to an eligible retirement plan specified by the distributee; or

(B) The payment of an eligible rollover distribution by an eligible retirement plan to the Deferred Compensation Program.

(c) “Distributee” means an individual who has requested a distribution under one of the following criteria:

(A) A Deferred Compensation Plan participant who has a severance of employment;

(B) A Deferred Compensation Plan participant who is approved for a de minimis distribution under OAR 459-050-0075(1);

(C) The surviving spouse of a deceased participant;

(D) The spouse or former spouse who is the alternate payee under a domestic relations order that satisfies the requirements of ORS 243.507 and OAR 459-050-0200 to 459-050-0250; or

(E) The non-spouse beneficiary of a deceased participant who is a designated beneficiary under Code Section 402(c)(11).

(F) A plan participant who has requested a trustee-to-trustee transfer for the purpose of purchasing permissive service credit as described in Code Section 415(n).

(d) “Distributing Plan” means an eligible retirement plan that is designated to distribute a direct rollover to another eligible plan (recipient plan).

(e) “Eligible Retirement Plan” means any one of the following that accepts the distributee’s eligible rollover distribution:

(A) An individual retirement account or annuity described in Code Section 408(a) or (b), including a Roth IRA as described in Code Section 408(A);

(B) An annuity plan described in Code Section 403(a);

(C) An annuity contract described in Code Section 403(b);

(D) A qualified trust described in Code Section 401(a);

(E) An eligible deferred compensation plan described in Code Section 457(b) that is maintained by a state, political subdivision of a state, or any agency or instrumentality of a state or political subdivision of a state; or

(F) A plan described in Code Section 401(k).

(f) “Eligible Rollover Distribution” means a distribution of all or a portion of a distributee’s Deferred Compensation account. An eligible rollover distribution shall not include:

(A) A distribution that is one of a series of substantially equal periodic payments made no less frequently than annually for the life (or life expectancy) of the distributee or the joint lives (or life expectancies) of the distributee and the distributee’s designated beneficiary, or for a specified period of ten years or more;

(B) A distribution that is a required or minimum distribution under Code Section 401(a)(9);

(C) An amount that is distributed due to an unforeseen emergency under OAR 459-050-0075(2).

(g) “Recipient Plan” means an eligible retirement plan that is designated by a distributee to receive a direct rollover.

(h) “Trustee-to-Trustee Transfer” means a transfer either:

(A) By the Deferred Compensation Program to:

(i) A governmental defined benefit plan (within the meaning of Code Section 414(d)) for the purchase of permissive service credit as described in Code Section 415(n); or

(ii) A deferred compensation plan described in Code Section 457(b) that is maintained by a state, political subdivision of a state, or any agency or instrumentality of a state or political subdivision of a state.

(B) To the Deferred Compensation Program from a deferred compensation plan described in Code Section 457(b) that is maintained by a state, political subdivision of a state, or any agency or instrumentality of a state or political subdivision of a state.

(2) Direct rollover to an eligible retirement plan. The direct rollover of an eligible rollover distribution by the Deferred Compensation Program to an eligible retirement plan shall be interpreted and administered in accordance with Code Section 457(d)(1)(C) and all applicable regulations. A distributee may elect to have an eligible rollover distribution paid by the Deferred Compensation Program directly to an eligible retirement plan specified by the distributee.

(a) The Deferred Compensation Program staff shall provide each distributee with a written explanation of the direct rollover rules for an eligible distribution, as required by the Code.

(b) A distributee’s right to elect a direct rollover is subject to the following limitations:

(A) A distributee may elect to have an eligible rollover distribution paid as a direct rollover to only one eligible retirement plan.

(B) A distributee may elect to have part of an eligible rollover distribution be paid directly to the distributee, and to have part of the distribution paid as a direct rollover only if the distributee elects to have at least $500 transferred to the eligible retirement plan.

(c) A direct rollover election shall be in writing and must be signed by the distributee or by his or her authorized representative pursuant to a valid power of attorney. The direct rollover election may be on forms furnished by the Deferred Compensation Program, or on forms submitted by recipient plan which must include:

(A) The distributee’s full name;

(B) The distributee’s social security number;

(C) The distributee’s account number with recipient plan, if available;

(D) The name and complete mailing address of recipient plan; and

(E) If the distributee is a non-spouse beneficiary of the member, the title of the recipient IRA account.

(d) The distributee is responsible for determining that the recipient plan’s administrator will accept the direct rollover for the benefit of the distributee. Any taxes or penalties that are the result of the distributee’s failure to ascertain that the recipient plan will accept the direct rollover shall be the sole liability of the distributee.

(3) Trustee-to-trustee transfer to another deferred compensation plan or governmental defined benefit plan.

(a) A trustee-to-trustee transfer request shall be in writing and must be signed by the distributee or by his or her authorized representative pursuant to a valid power of attorney. The trustee-to-trustee transfer request may be on forms furnished by the Deferred Compensation Program, or on forms submitted by the recipient plan which must include:

(A) The distributee’s full name;

(B) The distributee’s social security number;

(C) The distributee’s account number with the recipient plan, if available;

(D) The name and complete mailing address of the recipient plan; and

(E) If the transfer is for the purpose of purchasing service credit under a governmental defined benefit plan, the exact amount to be transferred.

 (b) The distributee is responsible for determining that the recipient plan’s administrator will accept the trustee-to-trustee transfer for the benefit of the participant. Any taxes or penalties that are the result of the distributee’s failure to ascertain that the recipient plan will accept the trustee-to-trustee transfer shall be the sole liability of the distributee.

(4) Direct rollover from an eligible retirement plan. The Deferred Compensation Program may accept rollover contributions from participants and direct rollovers of distributions from an eligible retirement plan on behalf of a participant. This section shall be interpreted and administered in accordance with Code Section 402(c) and all applicable regulations.

(a) The Deferred Compensation Program shall only accept pre-tax assets. After-tax employee contributions are not eligible for rollover into the Deferred Compensation Program.

(b) A direct rollover from an eligible retirement plan must be an eligible rollover distribution. It is the participant’s responsibility to determine that the assets qualify for rollover treatment. Any taxes or penalties that are the result of the participant’s failure to ascertain that the distributing plan assets qualify for a direct rollover to a deferred compensation plan described in Code Section 457(b), shall be the sole liability of the participant.

(c) Subject to the requirements of subsections (4)(c)(A) and (B) below, eligible rollover distribution(s) shall be credited to the participant’s Deferred Compensation account established pursuant to the Plan and Agreement on file with the Deferred Compensation Program and shall be subject to all the terms and provisions of the Plan and Agreement. Account assets received from the distributing plan will be invested by the Deferred Compensation Plan record keeper in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Deferred Compensation Program according to the asset allocation the participant has established for monthly contributions unless instructed otherwise in writing on forms provided by the Deferred Compensation Program.

(A) Assets from an eligible retirement plan other than a Deferred Compensation Plan described in Code Section 457(b) will be segregated into a separate account established by the Deferred Compensation Program for tax purposes only, but not for investment purposes. For investment purposes, the participant’s assets are treated as a single account. If a participant changes the allocation of existing assets among investment options within the plan, the transfer or reallocation shall apply to and will occur in all accounts automatically.

(B) Assets directly rolled over to the Deferred Compensation Program may be subject to the 10 percent penalty on early withdrawal to the extent that the funds directly rolled over are attributable to rollovers from a qualified plan, a 403(b) annuity, or an individual retirement account.

(5) Trustee-to-trustee transfer from another deferred compensation plan. The Deferred Compensation Program may accept trustee-to-trustee transfers from other eligible deferred compensation plans described in Code Section 457(b). Assets transferred from an eligible deferred compensation plan will be aggregated with the participant’s accumulated Deferred Compensation Plan account.

Stat. Auth: ORS 243.470

Stats. Implemented: ORS 243.401 - 243.507

Hist.: PERS 2-2002(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 1-11-02 thru 6-28-02; PERS 9-2002, f. & cert. ef. 6-13-02; PERS 5-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 2-16-07 thru 8-14-07; PERS 9-2007, f. & cert. ef. 7-26-07; PERS 8-2008(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-21-08 thru 11-10-08; PERS 11-2008, f. & cert. ef. 7-31-08; PERS 2-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-1-11

 

Rule Caption: Eligibility and costs to members for requesting verification of retirement data.

Adm. Order No.: PERS 3-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 6-1-2011

Certified to be Effective: 6-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 3-1-2011

Rules Amended: 459-005-0250

Subject: Senate Bill 897 allows members to request a verification of retirement data at no cost. The adopted rule modifications establish procedures for identifying and recovering administrative costs for providing additional verifications of retirement data after the member has received one free verification request.

Rules Coordinator: Daniel Rivas—(503) 603-7713

459-005-0250

Recovery of Administrative Costs

(1) Estimates.

(a) Any active or inactive member within two years of eligibility for service retirement may request from PERS an estimate of service retirement benefits (estimate).

(b) PERS shall provide a member with a maximum of two estimates in a calendar year at no cost.

(c) PERS shall charge a fee of $60 for each estimate that exceeds the limit specified in subsection (b) of this section.

(d) A fee charged under subsection (c) of this section must be paid in full before receipt of the requested estimate(s). Payment must be made by check or money order payable to the Public Employees Retirement System.

(e) The provisions of subsections (a) to (d) of this section do not apply to current judge members during their term of office.

(f) A disability estimate shall be provided to a member if a completed disability application is on file with PERS. A disability estimate is provided at no charge.

(2) Verification of Retirement Data.

(a) Pursuant to section 3, chapter 1, Oregon Laws 2010 and OAR 459-005-0040, PERS shall provide one verification of retirement data at no cost.

(b) PERS shall charge a fee of $100 for each verification of retirement data provided to a member who has already received at least one verification.

(c) A verification of retirement data that is reissued pursuant to OAR 459-005-0040(4)(e) is not subject to the fee established by this section.

(d) A fee charged under subsection (b) of this section must be paid in full at the time the member submits a request for a verification of retirement data. Payment must be made by check or money order payable to the Public Employees Retirement System.

(e) This section is effective on July 1, 2011.

(3) Full cost purchases. If a member purchases retirement credit under section 2, chapter 971, Oregon Laws 1999, ORS 238.148, 238.157, 238.162, or 238.175, a fee of $145 shall be added to the cost of the purchase to cover the administrative costs incurred by PERS in processing the request.

Stat. Auth: ORS 238.650 & 238.610

Stat. Implemented: ORS 238.610, OL 2010, Ch. 1

Hist.: PERS 22-2003, f. 12-15-03 cert. ef. 1-1-04; PERS 22-2004, f. & cert. ef. 9-22-04; PERS 8-2009, f. & cert ef. 7-21-09; PERS 3-2011, f. 7 cert. ef. 6-1-11

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