Get answers about mailed documents

The “Got mail? Get answers” section of the OPERS website reviews some of our most-common benefit-related mailings. Use it as a helpful resource if you have questions about something we have sent you in the mail.

For instance, we recently mailed change of address letters to some of our members. These letters tell members that we have received a notice from the U.S. Postal Service that the member’s address has changed. It reminds them that if they are at a new address to log into their OPERS account and update their contact info.

Also this year we have mailed annual statements, benefit change notices and other items to some or all members. There are entries on the “Got mail? Get answers” website that can help explain what they are and why they’re important.

We encourage all of our members to bookmark this page and refer to it if they have questions about a mailing that they’ve received.

Michael Pramik

Michael Pramik is communication strategist for the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and editor of the PERSpective blog. As an experienced business journalist, he clarifies complex pension policies and helps members make smart choices to secure their retirement.

Michael Pramik

Communication Strategist

    • Linda,

      We’re not sure what that means. If you’re talking about the extra $300 deposit we make in January, then yes, we’ll be doing that in 2017 and 2018.

      –Ohio PERS

  • Monica,

    We have shared your concerns with OneExchange, and they will reach out to you.

    –Ohio PERS

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