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There are 43 Bills pending in House Pensions and Retirement




HB 2003Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/09/08
HB 2013Preventing a reduction in the annuity of a person who retires with disability retirement at age sixty-five01/09/08
HB 2015Providing a one-time supplement to certain public employee retirement system annuitants01/09/08
HB 2017Increasing benefits of retired state personnel and retired teachers01/09/08
HB 2054Increasing the multiplier for a retirement annuity in the public employees retirement system01/09/08
HB 2080Authorizing lateral transfers for deputy sheriffs01/09/08
HB 2097Providing teacher retirement eligibility, with full pension rights, when a member's age plus years of total service equals or exceeds eighty01/09/08
HB 2121Allowing a state employer or other public employer to contribute to deferred compensation plans to match employee contributions01/09/08
HB 2188Providing for the continuance of medical coverage for the spouse of a deceased retired public employee for any period previously purchased with accumulated leave01/09/08
HB 2224Increasing the minimum annual disability benefits amount for a state police officer injured in performance of his or her duties01/09/08
HB 2229Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons retired under the teachers retirement system01/09/08
HB 2280Providing correctional officers may retire with full benefits after twenty years of actual and honorable service01/09/08
HB 2354Capping premium increases for Public Employees Insurance Agency retirees at five percent01/09/08
HB 2387Relating to members choice of beneficiaries01/09/08
HB 2396Providing that a judge becoming eligible for retirement is not required to contribute to the retirement system01/09/08
HB 2400Relating to increasing supplemental benefits to certain teacher retirement annuitants01/09/08
HB 2475Reducing state income tax for state correctional officer retirees01/09/08
HB 2502Relating to the Public Employees Retirement System and the Teachers Retirement System; and providing a one-time supplement for annuitants and survivor beneficiaries after being retired five consecutive years01/09/08
HB 2580Allowing municipal police and fire pension plans to use the actuarial examination by the State in lieu of obtaining its own actuary01/09/08
HB 2761Allowing the purchase of service credit in the State Teachers Retirement System for temporary employment under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA)01/09/08
HB 2778Changing the definition of final average salary to thirty-six consecutive months for calculating retirement01/09/08
HB 2788Allowing certain public employees to pay back retirement benefits01/09/08
HB 2839Providing that a judge becoming eligible for retirement is not required to contribute to the retirement system01/09/08
HB 2913Including conservation officers into the Deputy Sheriff Retirement System Act01/09/08
HB 2936Providing that home confinement officers covered under the Public Employees Retirement System may retire at age fifty01/09/08
HB 2998Providing that certain mental hygiene commissioners are eligible for membership in the Public Employees Retirement System01/09/08
HB 4029Granting public employees credit toward their West Virginia public employee retirement benefits for service in the Peace Corps01/11/08
HB 4044Relating to the disqualification for public retirement benefits01/14/08
HB 4045Clarifying that all retirement systems administered by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board are included for employer pick-up provisions for federal tax purposes01/14/08
HB 4063Providing one-time supplements to all annuitants when they reach the age of seventy01/17/08
HB 4081Relating to the State Teachers' Retirement System01/17/08
HB 4111Providing that correctional officers may retire with full benefits after twenty years of service01/21/08
HB 4115Increasing the West Virginia retirement income exemption from taxation on persons age sixty-five years of age or older or surviving spouse of such persons01/21/08
HB 4311Exempting Division of Natural Resources conservation officers' retirement pensions form state income tax01/29/08
HB 4393Allowing members of the State Teachers Retirement System to repay a maximum of three years worth of contribution back into the system02/04/08
HB 4413Permitting retired state employees to transfer from Medicare to coverage through the West Virginia Public Employees Act02/05/08
HB 4446Exempting from state and personal income tax the benefits a retired teacher receives from the State Teachers Retirement System under certain circumstances02/06/08
HB 4550Relating to the Emergency Medical Services Retirement System02/14/08
HB 4562Allowing retiring public employees to have credit for similar service out-of-state02/14/08
HB 4574Relating to the Consolidated Public Retirement Board02/14/08
HB 4584Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain persons under the Teachers Retirement System02/15/08
HB 4591Providing a cost-of-living provision for certain public employee retirement annuitants02/18/08
HB 4615Exempting the first twenty thousand dollars of state pensions and social security benefits from West Virginia personal income tax02/18/08
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