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When Will I Receive My WRS Annual Statement of Benefits?

Posted 10:21 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024

Statement of Benefits

In April 2024, ETF will begin distributing employees’ January 1, 2024 WRS Annual Statement of Benefits, after completion of 2023 account data reconciliation processes.

Members who have a WRS account will receive their annual statement in the mail:

  • Current employees working for a WRS employer.
  • Former employees who no longer work for a WRS employer.
  • Alternate payees (members who received an account from a divorce).
  • Retirees who have not taken a benefit from their additional contributions.

Note: UW employees will receive their statements electronically through the UW System.

Look over the statement and make sure that your information is correct:  contact information, earnings, years of creditable service, employee contributions and beneficiary designations.

If you find incorrect information on your statement, contact your employer or ETF right away. There is a limited time to make corrections.

See our How to Read Your Statement of Benefits - Active Employee page or How to Read Your Statement of Benefits - Alternate Payee page for more information. 

If you did not receive a Statement of Benefits, the following may apply:

  • If you took a benefit in the last year, you will not receive a Statement of Benefits for the partial year of earnings and service.
  • You must update your address with ETF before mid-March.

Request a copy of Your Statement of Benefits:

***ETF does not currently offer online access to members’ WRS benefits and account information. This development is a part of our ongoing modernization efforts. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Estimate how much money you may receive on your benefit begin date by using the information from your statement with the WRS Retirement Benefits Calculator.


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