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1 About This Booklet It is a resource to help you connect with the many new opportunities you face as a retiree. The following pages review your continued relationship with Ohio State, identify new opportunities available, and alert you to information that is necessary for a fulfilling. (continued) Summary of Eligibility for, s, and Sick Leave Payout1, 3 Faculty Begin Receiving Plan s Retire from Ohio State and Receive Post s Qualify for: Sick Leave Pay Out2 STRS Staff Contribution Must meet age Must meet age Age 50; no Pension Faculty/Staff MemberDirected Must meet age Must meet age Age 55; no The premiums payable by the retiree for this continued coverage are based on the group rates negotiated with Minnesota Life (currently $69 per quarter/$276 per year) and are subject to change annually. Payments are made to OHR and are due the first of January, April, July, and October. time, complete the Post- Life Insurance Change of Beneficiary form available at hr.osu.edu/forms/#lifeinsurance. Coverage Duration/Conversion s Eligibility Premium Payments ARP This term insurance can be continued until you reach age 70, when it automatically terminates, unless converted to some type of individual insurance coverage within 31 calendar days of termination of coverage under the group policy. If you were not eligible to continue your group life insurance at, or upon reaching age 70, you may elect to convert the Employee Group Term Life Insurance to a whole life plan provided by the life insurance carrier. time, complete the Retiree Group Term Life Insurance Change of Beneficiary Form, available at hr.osu.edu/benefits/li_gtli.aspx. Any age (withdrawals made before age 59½ may be subject to an additional federal penalty) continuous OSU and total total total total total and Post- Life Insurance The university provides a post- life insurance benefit for faculty and staff who have at least 10 years of regular State at and who have not elected to continue in the Employee Group Life Plan. You also are eligible for this benefit if you have reached age 70 and are no longer eligible to continue in the Employee Group Term Life Insurance Plan. The benefit is based on length of regular and is provided at no cost to you. The benefit amount depends on the years of regular. Dependent Group Term Life Insurance You may convert your Dependent Group Term Life Insurance (DGLI) to an individual whole life policy at by contacting and paying the life insurance carrier. Voluntary Group Term Life Insurance Guide to If enrolled in Voluntary Group Term Life Insurance (VGTLI) before, you may continue coverage under the portability clause if you are under age 70 by making premium payments directly to the life insurance carrier. Dependent Tuition Assistance Program If you have 10 or more years of eligible regular continuous university at, your dependent children, spouse, or same-sex domestic partner may be eligible for continued participation in the Dependent Tuition Assistance Program when enrolled at Ohio State within five years of your. Eligibility may continue for the full eight terms or 140 credit hours available under the program. For a more detailed description of the benefit levels and eligibility under this program, refer to hr.osu.edu/benefits/eb_tuitionassistance, or contact OHR. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Your participation in an FSA will terminate on the date your employment with the university terminates. You may choose to continue Health Care FSA participation on an after-tax basis. For information, contact TASC Customer Service at FLEX-OSU ( ). Regular continuous years $2,000 Athletic Tickets years $3, years $4,000 Visit hangonsloopy.com for information on current retiree eligibility for tickets. 25+ years $5, Office of Human Resources s Services hr.osu.edu/benefits/benefits (614) or HR This summary is a brief description of eligibility and is subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable plan or policy document, including terms and conditions relating to distributions under the plan or policy document. In the event of a conflict between this summary and the applicable plan or policy document, the plan or the policy document will control. 2 Sick leave is paid out one time. Those who retire and return to employment are not eligible for a second sick leave payout. 3 Subject to change based on state system legislation

2 Guide to Process This section will help you prepare for. It includes information about the process and steps you need to follow to ensure that you have a smooth transition to. 1 Delay in notifying your department will cause a delay in your check and health benefits (if eligible). 2 Failure to enter the date before you retire will cause a delay in your first pay and benefits. 2 Ohio State Departmental Notification Submit a written statement to your department that describes your intention to retire and states the last day you intend to work. Ensure that your department enters this date into the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) as soon as possible to avoid delays in processing your paperwork. 1. Provide a written statement to your human resources professional (HRP) with your intended date of. 1 a. Notification to HRP of intended date. b. HRP needs to enter the date into HRIS. 1) Vacation and sick leave payouts 2) Your HRP should tell you the amount of accrued leave you have. 3) Department HRP will communicate the accrual banks for leaves to Payroll. 4) Final pay date earnings through the last day worked. Includes accrued leave if the department notifies Payroll of the leave accrual information in time for final payroll processing. If Payroll deadline is missed, the leave payout will be in a separate paycheck. See your HRP for Payroll deadlines. 2. Office of Human Resources (OHR) Notification (No direct notification to OHR is needed by you.) a. Once you meet with /STRS, the representative will notify OHR s office of your scheduled date. b. Once the date is entered in the system by the HRP, 2 the date will be certified by OHR. c. OHR CANNOT certify your date with /STRS until your HRP enters the date into HRIS. 2 Sick Leave Payout Find out how much sick leave you have accrued. If you have 10 or more years of with the State or any of its political subdivisions at, you will be compensated for your sick leave at your current rate of pay in an amount not to exceed one-fourth of your accrued but unused sick leave, up to 240 hours. This payout may be taxed at a higher rate. Vacation Leave Payout Find out how much vacation leave you have accrued. You are entitled to compensation at your current rate of pay for your unused vacation, subject to the limits of accrual set forth by university policy. This payout may be taxed at a higher rate. Final Pay from Ohio State You will be paid for earnings through the last day worked. Payment will be made on the scheduled payday for the last regular work period. Regular plan contributions and all other deductions will be withheld from the last pay. You will be paid for any eligible sick leave and vacation accruals as noted above; contributions will not be withheld from these payments. After your last Ohio State pay is received, all future income will come from your plan. Open or increase a Supplemental Account (SRA) to shelter your leave payouts from taxes. To open or increase an SRA, visit hr.osu.edu/ esshelp and sign in to es or complete the Salary Reduction Form and return it to OHR prior to the applicable payroll processing date. The Salary Reduction Form is online at hr.osu.edu/forms/ben/sraform.pdf. 457(b) elections should be submitted one month prior to affected payday. 403(b) elections can be processed in that month if received prior to payroll processing date. Refer to the SRA Processing Calendar, online at hr.osu.edu/benefits/rb_sra.aspx. Note: You should refer to the SRA Processing Calendar to determine when your election should be made through es or submitted via SRA form to the Office of Human Resources. Forms submitted late will not be accepted. Getting Your Final W-2 You can retrieve your W-2 online at controller.osu. edu/pay/pay-w2.shtm or via U.S. mail. If you change your permanent home address, you can file the Employee Withholding Exemption Form (W-4) online at controller.osu.edu/pay/payself.shtm.

3 Contact your provider ( or STRS) 1. Set an appointment prior to your anticipated date with a system counselor to help identify options available and determine your benefits. 2. Complete and file application with state provider. 3. Decide on your date. 4. Gather all applicable paperwork from provider: Monthly benefit, health benefits Retiring Through or STRS If you retire from Ohio State under either the Ohio Public Employees System () or the State Teachers System of Ohio (STRS), you must complete and file a formal application with the appropriate system. For Staff: view the online application or request an application by contacting at or opers.org. For Faculty: view the online application or request an application by contacting STRS at or System Counseling When you call the appropriate system to obtain a application, you should also schedule an appointment with one of the system s counselors. This person can help you identify the various options available and determine your approximate benefits. You need to take certain documents with you to your appointment. Contact or STRS prior to your appointment to ensure you have the correct documents. Note: Make sure you consider each payment option very carefully and understand each of them before making a decision. Once your benefits have commenced and you have received and cashed your first check, the opportunity to change your payment plan option is very limited. Date of Regular payments will be made to you from the system, commencing on the first day of the month following the month of your last day of. If you should work or receive compensation for even one day in any month, you must wait until the first day of the following month to begin drawing your benefits. Medical Insurance Both and STRS currently provide access to health care for their retirees. Consult a system counselor for eligibility. and STRS health coverage is completely separate from the university health plans. Additional Service Credit Consult with your system counselor about any additional in-state or out-of-state employment that may be eligible for purchase. Retiring Through ARP Contact your ARP provider 1. Set an appointment prior to your anticipated date with your ARP provider to determine payout options. 2. Decide on your date. 3. Gather all applicable paperwork from provider: Monthly benefit, health benefits If you retire from Ohio State under the Ohio Alternative Plan (ARP), you must contact your ARP provider to discuss your plan options (visit hr.osu.edu/ benefits/rb_arp.aspx). Your payments and distribution schedule will depend on the payment option you chose with your ARP provider. If you are interested in withdrawing funds in a lump sum, check the tax regulations to determine if a rollover into another investment type might be more advantageous. 3

4 Additional Items Supplemental Accounts If you participated in a Supplemental Account, contact your account representative (visit hr.osu.edu/benefits/rb_ sra.aspx) to discuss distribution options. You also may wish to increase your plan contribution during the month you receive your final university pay, since it may include the payment for any unused leave mentioned earlier. Review hr.osu.edu/benefits/rb_sra. aspx for more information. If you are interested in withdrawing these funds in a lump sum, check the tax regulations to determine if a rollover into another type of investment might be more advantageous. Taxes Since taxes on your plan investments have been deferred, they are due at the time you withdraw funds. In Ohio, pensions are not subject to city income taxes. Other states may have different tax laws regarding pensions. An account representative can clarify your tax questions. Social Security In addition to /STRS/ARP benefits, you may be eligible for Social Security benefits. Social Security law is continually amended, so contact any of the local Social Security offices for assistance to determine your eligibility status. Visit socialsecurity.gov, or contact the national office at s 1 Refer to Faculty Rule c, online at senate.osu.edu ( Rules), for information regarding emeritus status and associated benefits. 4 s for retired faculty/staff who have 10 years of in appointment at. 1. The Ohio State BUCK ID card gives you a variety of benefits, such as: Guest use of all campus libraries Access to the Recreation and Physical Activity Center (RPAC), located at 37 W. 17th Ave. 2. Campus parking permit (at a reduced rate for retired staff; free for emeritus faculty) 3. Free lifetime forwarding of your Ohio State To activate or make changes, visit osu.edu/ , or contact Alumni Development Information Services at 4. Life insurance continuation (must meet eligibility ) 5. Post- death benefit (if eligible for life insurance) 6. Tuition assistance for dependents (must meet eligibility ) For Emeritus Faculty 1 Only: 7. Free annual on-campus flu vaccinations; contact OSU Health Plan at (614) Listing in the Ohio State Faculty and Staff Directory 9. Receipt of campus-wide news publications issued by the university and faculty meetings 10. Attendance, without vote, at senate and other university and faculty meetings Employee Group Term Life Insurance If you are under age 70 and have 10 or more years of regular continuous university at the time of, you can elect to continue the Employee Group Term Life Insurance. Additional information, including a life insurance formula, is available at hr.osu.edu/benefits/li_gtli.aspx. The life insurance benefit is 2.5 times your last regular annual salary, subject to $200,000 maximum and the age reduction formula. The accidental death benefit is an additional 2.5 times your last regular annual salary in the event of a covered accident, subject to $200,000 maximum and age reduction formula. The accidental dismemberment benefit pays the life insurance benefit for the loss of two or more body parts (hand, foot, or eye) or one-half of the life insurance benefit for the loss of one body part (hand, foot, or eye), subject to $200,000 maximum and the age reduction formula. The terminal illness benefit allows you, when diagnosed with a terminal illness (defined as life expectancy of less than one year), to receive early payment of up to 100 percent of the life insurance benefit ($1,000,000 maximum). If a terminal illness is diagnosed, notify the Office of Human Resources immediately. When death occurs, the remaining life insurance benefit amount will be paid. The age reduction formula begins at age 55; the benefit will be reduced each January 1 by three percent. If hired after July 1, 1977, the benefit will not be reduced to less than $7,500. If hired before July 1, 1977, the benefit will not be reduced by more than $13,500, or to less than $7,500. Continued on back

5 About This Booklet It is a resource to help you connect with the many new opportunities you face as a retiree. The following pages review your continued relationship with Ohio State, identify new opportunities available, and alert you to information that is necessary for a fulfilling. (continued) Summary of Eligibility for, s, and Sick Leave Payout1, 3 Faculty Begin Receiving Plan s Retire from Ohio State and Receive Post s Qualify for: Sick Leave Pay Out2 STRS Staff Contribution Must meet age Must meet age Age 50; no Pension Faculty/Staff MemberDirected Must meet age Must meet age Age 55; no The premiums payable by the retiree for this continued coverage are based on the group rates negotiated with Minnesota Life (currently $69 per quarter/$276 per year) and are subject to change annually. Payments are made to OHR and are due the first of January, April, July, and October. time, complete the Post- Life Insurance Change of Beneficiary form available at hr.osu.edu/forms/#lifeinsurance. Coverage Duration/Conversion s Eligibility Premium Payments ARP This term insurance can be continued until you reach age 70, when it automatically terminates, unless converted to some type of individual insurance coverage within 31 calendar days of termination of coverage under the group policy. If you were not eligible to continue your group life insurance at, or upon reaching age 70, you may elect to convert the Employee Group Term Life Insurance to a whole life plan provided by the life insurance carrier. time, complete the Retiree Group Term Life Insurance Change of Beneficiary Form, available at hr.osu.edu/benefits/li_gtli.aspx. Any age (withdrawals made before age 59½ may be subject to an additional federal penalty) continuous OSU and total total total total total and Post- Life Insurance The university provides a post- life insurance benefit for faculty and staff who have at least 10 years of regular State at and who have not elected to continue in the Employee Group Life Plan. You also are eligible for this benefit if you have reached age 70 and are no longer eligible to continue in the Employee Group Term Life Insurance Plan. The benefit is based on length of regular and is provided at no cost to you. The benefit amount depends on the years of regular. Dependent Group Term Life Insurance You may convert your Dependent Group Term Life Insurance (DGLI) to an individual whole life policy at by contacting and paying the life insurance carrier. Voluntary Group Term Life Insurance Guide to If enrolled in Voluntary Group Term Life Insurance (VGTLI) before, you may continue coverage under the portability clause if you are under age 70 by making premium payments directly to the life insurance carrier. Dependent Tuition Assistance Program If you have 10 or more years of eligible regular continuous university at, your dependent children, spouse, or same-sex domestic partner may be eligible for continued participation in the Dependent Tuition Assistance Program when enrolled at Ohio State within five years of your. Eligibility may continue for the full eight terms or 140 credit hours available under the program. For a more detailed description of the benefit levels and eligibility under this program, refer to hr.osu.edu/benefits/eb_tuitionassistance, or contact OHR. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Your participation in an FSA will terminate on the date your employment with the university terminates. You may choose to continue Health Care FSA participation on an after-tax basis. For information, contact TASC Customer Service at FLEX-OSU ( ). Regular continuous years $2,000 Athletic Tickets years $3, years $4,000 Visit hangonsloopy.com for information on current retiree eligibility for tickets. 25+ years $5, Office of Human Resources s Services hr.osu.edu/benefits/benefits (614) or HR This summary is a brief description of eligibility and is subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable plan or policy document, including terms and conditions relating to distributions under the plan or policy document. In the event of a conflict between this summary and the applicable plan or policy document, the plan or the policy document will control. 2 Sick leave is paid out one time. Those who retire and return to employment are not eligible for a second sick leave payout. 3 Subject to change based on state system legislation

6 About This Booklet It is a resource to help you connect with the many new opportunities you face as a retiree. The following pages review your continued relationship with Ohio State, identify new opportunities available, and alert you to information that is necessary for a fulfilling. (continued) Summary of Eligibility for, s, and Sick Leave Payout1, 3 Faculty Begin Receiving Plan s Retire from Ohio State and Receive Post s Qualify for: Sick Leave Pay Out2 STRS Staff Contribution Must meet age Must meet age Age 50; no Pension Faculty/Staff MemberDirected Must meet age Must meet age Age 55; no The premiums payable by the retiree for this continued coverage are based on the group rates negotiated with Minnesota Life (currently $69 per quarter/$276 per year) and are subject to change annually. Payments are made to OHR and are due the first of January, April, July, and October. time, complete the Post- Life Insurance Change of Beneficiary form available at hr.osu.edu/forms/#lifeinsurance. Coverage Duration/Conversion s Eligibility Premium Payments ARP This term insurance can be continued until you reach age 70, when it automatically terminates, unless converted to some type of individual insurance coverage within 31 calendar days of termination of coverage under the group policy. If you were not eligible to continue your group life insurance at, or upon reaching age 70, you may elect to convert the Employee Group Term Life Insurance to a whole life plan provided by the life insurance carrier. time, complete the Retiree Group Term Life Insurance Change of Beneficiary Form, available at hr.osu.edu/benefits/li_gtli.aspx. Any age (withdrawals made before age 59½ may be subject to an additional federal penalty) continuous OSU and total total total total total and Post- Life Insurance The university provides a post- life insurance benefit for faculty and staff who have at least 10 years of regular State at and who have not elected to continue in the Employee Group Life Plan. You also are eligible for this benefit if you have reached age 70 and are no longer eligible to continue in the Employee Group Term Life Insurance Plan. The benefit is based on length of regular and is provided at no cost to you. The benefit amount depends on the years of regular. Dependent Group Term Life Insurance You may convert your Dependent Group Term Life Insurance (DGLI) to an individual whole life policy at by contacting and paying the life insurance carrier. Voluntary Group Term Life Insurance Guide to If enrolled in Voluntary Group Term Life Insurance (VGTLI) before, you may continue coverage under the portability clause if you are under age 70 by making premium payments directly to the life insurance carrier. Dependent Tuition Assistance Program If you have 10 or more years of eligible regular continuous university at, your dependent children, spouse, or same-sex domestic partner may be eligible for continued participation in the Dependent Tuition Assistance Program when enrolled at Ohio State within five years of your. Eligibility may continue for the full eight terms or 140 credit hours available under the program. For a more detailed description of the benefit levels and eligibility under this program, refer to hr.osu.edu/benefits/eb_tuitionassistance, or contact OHR. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Your participation in an FSA will terminate on the date your employment with the university terminates. You may choose to continue Health Care FSA participation on an after-tax basis. For information, contact TASC Customer Service at FLEX-OSU ( ). Regular continuous years $2,000 Athletic Tickets years $3, years $4,000 Visit hangonsloopy.com for information on current retiree eligibility for tickets. 25+ years $5, Office of Human Resources s Services hr.osu.edu/benefits/benefits (614) or HR This summary is a brief description of eligibility and is subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable plan or policy document, including terms and conditions relating to distributions under the plan or policy document. In the event of a conflict between this summary and the applicable plan or policy document, the plan or the policy document will control. 2 Sick leave is paid out one time. Those who retire and return to employment are not eligible for a second sick leave payout. 3 Subject to change based on state system legislation

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