Protect Your Benefits
Your retirement benefits are calculated using your years of Credited Service and your Highest Average Compensation. It’s critical that information about your credited service, assessments, compensation, and position is current and accurate.
In addition, it’s important that we have current personal information when preparing estimates or when calculating pension benefits. In the event of your death, up-to-date information regarding your spouse, children, and any other beneficiaries will ensure that we pay benefits correctly and quickly. Without current information, you or your loved ones may lose out on benefits, or the payment of benefits may be delayed.
Critical Information You Should Keep Current
Credited Service and Assessments
Credited Service is earned only for months in which the full monthly assessment is paid. Additionally, compensation during any period that assessments were not paid will not be included in the Highest Average Compensation calculation. Because your final monthly pension benefit is based on your Highest Average Compensation and Credit Service, non-payment of monthly assessments may impact your pension benefit.
If your employer has not paid your assessment and you are in danger of not receiving your full Credited Service for the year, you will be notified by The Church Pension Fund (CPF).
You receive an Annual Statement from The Church Pension Fund. It reports your compensation for the year, and the information we had at the time it was created for your Highest Average Compensation and Credited Service.
You can view your current Highest Average Compensation and Credited Service, and access your most recent Annual Statement in the Pension Plan section of your MyCPG Accounts profile. Notify us immediately if there is an error.
Compensation and Position
Be sure that we have information about your current position. This will ensure that we bill the correct employer for your assessments and have accurate information for your Credited Service.
You can view your current employer information on MyCPG Accounts. If you have changed jobs or if there has been a change in your compensation or your duties, ask the administrator to update your information in the Employee Roster or submit the Employment Change Form.
Make sure we have your current contact information so that you will receive notifications. Update your address, phone number, and email address conveniently online by logging in to your MyCPG Accounts and clicking "Edit My Profile".
Did you get married? Have a baby? Changes in your family status can impact your benefit, or theirs. Changes to marital status can be submitted through MyCPG Accounts. Complete the Personal Information Change Form to add a child (under the age of 26). Find information on survivor's benefits and how marriage and divorce may impact your pension benefit at Survivor's Benefits.
Report Errors and Changes Immediately
Make changes to your personal information through MyCPG Accounts. Simply log in and click “Edit My Profile”.
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