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PDFWAC 415-100-190

Actuarial recomputation of retirement allowance upon retirement following reemployment.

(1) The purpose of this rule is to establish a method to actuarially recompute the retirement allowance of a plan member who retires, reenters employment causing his or her retirement allowance to be suspended, and then retires again.
(2) If a member initially retired at or after age sixty and reentered membership, upon the member's next retirement, the department shall recompute the member's retirement allowance pursuant to RCW 2.10.110. In recomputing the member's retirement allowance, the department shall include any additional service credit earned and any applicable increase in the member's average final compensation resulting from the member's reentry into membership. Under no circumstances shall a retiree receive a retirement allowance creditable to a month during which that individual earned service credit.
(3) If a retiree's retirement allowance is suspended under RCW 2.10.155 due to reemployment in an eligible position but the retiree does not reenter membership, upon the retiree's separation from such employment, the retiree shall receive an actuarially recomputed retirement allowance equal to the sum of:
(a) The amount of the monthly suspended retirement allowance; plus
(b) An actuarially computed increase based upon the retirement allowance payments the member did not receive due to reemployment including cost-of-living adjustments. The retiree may elect to receive the actuarially computed increase in either:
(i) An amount amortized over the expected term of the recomputed retirement allowance; or
(ii) A lump sum payment equal to the suspended retirement allowance plus interest.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 41.50.050. WSR 94-11-008, ยง 415-100-190, filed 5/5/94, effective 6/5/94.]
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