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Board of Retirement Meeting Information: June 5, 2020 Meeting Agenda
Administrative Committee Meeting Information: June 5, 2020 Meeting Agenda (Amended)

Be Prepared and Complete a SJCERA Power of Attorney Just in Case
We're all doing all we can to keep ourselves, our families, co-workers and customers safe in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's understandable that SJCERA members are asking, "What happens to my retirement if an illness (or injury) prevents me from making decisions?"

The SJCERA Special Power of Attorney (POA) form is specifically designed for SJCERA members and helps to provide peace of mind should you become unable to act on your own behalf. The person you designate will be able to conduct SJCERA business on your behalf. You choose which duties they will be allowed to perform, such as filing a retirement application, making a benefit election or designating beneficiaries.

We hope you never need it, but just in case, be prepared: Complete the Special Power of Attorney form and send it to SJCERA.