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Federal withholding amounts changing in 2016

Posted by: Indiana Public Retirement System  | January 4, 2016

Beginning January 1, 2016, federal tax withholding tables are changing. As a result, retired teachers may see a change in the amount of federal taxes withheld from their pension payment.

First 2016 pension payment will be on January 4

Posted by: Indiana Public Retirement System  | December 18, 2015

Indiana's Public Retirement System has announced that Teacher Retirement Fund retirees will receive their first pension payment for 2016 on Monday, January 4.

AMBA seeks benefit representatives

Posted by: Association Member Benefits Advisors  | December 10, 2015

AMBA needs members to conduct seminars on long term care and hold informational meetings with other members in their area.

Medical transportation benefit a perfect holiday gift

Posted by: Indiana Retired Teachers Association  | December 8, 2015

Medical Air Services Association (MASA) can help safeguard you against financial losses associated with medical transportation.

December benefits from TicketsatWork.com

Posted by: Indiana Retired Teachers Association  | December 2, 2015

Nothing signifies winter more than a ski vacation and this December. TicketsatWork.com invites you to explore some of the nation's best ski resorts with savings up to 50 percent.

Hendricks County teacher uses grant for drum program

Posted by: Indiana Retired Teachers Association Foundation  | December 1, 2015

North Salem Elementary School music teacher adds more Tubano drums to program.

Kinetico Water offers IRTA discount

Posted by: Indiana Retired Teachers Association  | October 30, 2015

Kinetico Water Systems has announced a special offer for Indiana Retired Teacher Association members.

IRTA launches new website

Posted by: Indiana Retired Teachers Association  | October 30, 2015

The Indiana Retired Teachers Association has launched a new website, www.retiredteacher.org. The non-profit organization, which has nearly 23,000 members and associate members, will use the site to promote IRTA services, provide updates on advocacy efforts and attract new members.