Employers' Pensions and Benefits Administration Manual (EPBAM)



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The Judicial Retirement System (JRS)

The Judicial Retirement System (JRS) is a defined benefit pension fund established in 1973 after the repeal of the laws that had provided pension benefits to members of the State Judiciary and their eligible survivors since 1948. All members of the State Judiciary are required to enroll in the JRS. The JRS is maintained on an actuarial reserve basis. The State House Commission has the responsibility for the proper administration of the retirement system. All membership and retiree account records in the JRS begin with the number "06".

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Last Updated: April 27, 2015