Employer and member contributions along with long-term investment returns are essential to the sound funding of the defined benefit retirement programs administered by MainePERS. Read more about Investments.
MainePERS supports the legislature and other governing bodies through the implementation of laws and rules. Information on laws and rules about MainePERS plans and current and past legislation can be found here.
MainePERS tracks proposed legislation related to the programs we administer. To find information on current legislation pertaining to MainePERS, please visit the Current Legislation page.
People nearing retirement are attractive to marketing firms who get a fee for referrals to businesses offering retirement products. These marketing firms may even mention your MainePERS membership when contacting you about your retirement funds.
MainePERS has no association with these marketing firms. MainePERS will never send or participate in marketing emails or phone calls of any kind. Please take all of the precautions you would with anyone contacting you to sell you financial products, and remember to always check all unsolicited email or phone calls for fraud.
Please let us know if you receive suspicious emails or phone calls about your MainePERS membership. You can contact us by phone at (207) 512-3100 or
e-mail us at [email protected].
Annual Statement of Compensation is due April 15, 2021. Click here for more information.
Form 1099-Rs were mailed on Monday, January 25th. For commonly asked questions about these forms, please click here.
Thank you for your patience as we do our part to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Although our offices remain closed to the public, we are operational and providing all of the services you need by working remotely. Find out more information here.
Information about upcoming rulemaking can be found here.