Retirement

Thinking about Retiring?

If so, we highly recommend you meet with a retirement counselor 3-5 years prior to your anticipated retirement date to determine your unique set of retirement benefits. Your age, years worked, sick days, and other particular facts will determine your individual retirement package.

State Teachers' Retirement System (STRS) has recently changed its sites for counselor appointments. Beginning Monday, May 21, 2018 and each 3rd Week of Every Month thereafter a CalSTRS (California State Teachers Retirement System) representative will be available. To consult/schedule individual and group appointments with CTA members call 1-800-228-5453, ext. 3 with a CalSTRS representative.

CTA Office: 3900 Mitchell Road, Ceres, CA 95307

What is MTA doing for your retirement?

MTA leadership has created a health benefit fund which will reimburse you $400 per month to help pay for your health insurance from the time you retire until you reach the age of 65. Contact the MTA office for more information.

MCS District Health Plan Requirement

If you are planning to retire this year, you must be enrolled in the district medical plan to be eligible for the health benefit fund.

MCS Insurance Contact

  • Telephone - (209) 574-1520

Local Retirement Resource

Since 1952 retired Stanislaus County educators have joined together to enhance and protect the benefits of retired educators. Division 38 now has over 900 members, encompassing all of Stanislaus County, which is located in the heart of the Central Valley.

Disclaimer:

This website is designed to present general information to MTA members; it should not be considered legal advice. While the publisher(s) will try to keep the information timely and accurate, there are no guarantees. The information made available is subject to change without notice. The user assumes the risk of verifying any materials used or relied upon. All benefits are determined by Teachers’ Retirement Law.