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Retirement At A Glance

The following chart is a summary of the age and service requirements, and the straight life pension formulas for different retirement types. 

Retirement At A Glance

Retirement Type Age & Service Requirements Straight Life Pension Formula
Full Retirement Age 60 with 10 years of service.

Age 55 and working with 30 years of service.

(Unclassified legislative, executive branch, and Department of Community Health employees involved in a facility closing need 5 years of service at age 60.)
FAC x 1.5% x YOS
Early Reduced Age 55 with at least 15 years of service and less than 30 years of service. Straight life pension MINUS 1/2% for each month before age 60
Covered Employees Age 51 with 25 years in a covered position. *

Age 56 with 10 years in a covered position.*

*Your last 3 years must have been in a covered position.
Pension until age 62:
(FAC x 1.5% x YOS) PLUS 

(FAC x 1/2% x covered YOS)
Pension at age 62:
FAC x 1.5% x YOS
Conservation Officers Hired before April 1, 1991:
No age requirement; 25 years of service with 20 years as a conservation officer.*

Hired after April 1, 1991:
No age requirement; 25 years of service with 23 years as a conservation officer.*

*Your last 2 years must be as a conservation officer.
2-year FAC x 60%
Community Health Facility Closures Age 51 with 25 years of service.*

Age 56 with 10 years of service.*

Any age with 25 years in a closing facility.

*Your last 5 years of service were in a closing facility.

FAC x 1.5% x YOS

Duty Disability
Duty Death

No age or service requirements. Please contact us.

Nonduty Disability
Nonduty Death

No age requirement; 10 years of service. Please contact us.



The retirement plan information that appears on this website is intended to summarize basic provisions of Public Act 240 of 1943, as amended.
Current laws, rates, and factors are subject to change. Should there be discrepancies between the information reflected here and the actual law,
the provisions of the law govern.



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