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PERA on campus to discuss economic impact, answer questions

July 19, 2013

PERA officials will be on campus to answer questions about the retirement program at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 30 in the Behavioral Sciences Building, Room 131.

PERA logoThe session is hosted by the Classified Personnel Council.

“Colorado’s Best Investment: PERA’s Contribution to Colorado’s Economy” and the Q and A session will be presented by Greg Smith, PERA executive director.

The session will review how PERA contributes to Colorado’s economy, delivering value to Colorado’s largest workforce, and investing in communities. This session is open to all CSU employees who are PERA members. 

Colorado PERA—the state employee retirement plan for many CSU staff—includes 31,850members in Larimer County, including 6,400 retirees receiving more than $241 million in annual benefit payments. According to PERA, PERA members contribute hundreds of millions of dollars into the local economy each year.

 


Contact: Farrah Bustamante
E-mail: farrah.bustamante@colostate.edu