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Employee Contributions

Feb 20, 2020, 08:59 AM by MOSERS

If I leave the state after 5 years of employment and take the refund option do I get the amount shown on my end of year paystub or do I get the amount yearly that is shown on my W2. Example: W2 for 2019 shows retire contribution of 1800.99 but pay stub shows retire 2011 plan at 9,421.30 for year to date. Which one is the refund amount?

We are unable to see members’ paystubs or W-2 information so we can’t speak definitively to that information. (And keep in mind that your W-2 for 2019 would include only those contributions you made in 2019.) However, you can log in to myMOSERS and find your total employee contributions plus any interest. Once logged in to your Member Homepage, click on the Personal Information tab. Then, click on Contribution Calculator. Scroll all the way to the bottom for your accumulated balance. This would be your refund amount. Please see our Employee Contributions brochure (2011 Plan) for more information. If you are unable to log in, you may contact a MOSERS benefit counselor for your balance. 

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