In May, MTRS will be presenting “Your MTRS Benefits,” our two-hour retirement education program for all MTRS members who want to learn about the MTRS retirement plan and benefits. The agenda and schedule are below; space is limited, and online registration is required and available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Your MTRS Benefits
“Your MTRS Benefits” is an optional, free, two-hour (4-6 p.m.) informal program for MTRS members who want more information about retirement benefits–whether you are a recent member, mid-career educator or soon-to-be retiree. Topics include:

  • MTRS benefits and services,
  • estimating your retirement benefits under the regular and RetirementPlus formulas,
  • various issues you need to consider in retirement, including health insurance coverage, taxation of your retirement benefit, the rules on working after retirement, Social Security–and more!

Program schedule

WOBURN, Tuesday, May 2; Woburn Memorial High School auditorium
HANOVER, Thursday, May 4; Hanover High School auditorium
CHARLESTOWN, Tuesday, May 9; MTRS Main Office, Presentation Room, 2nd Floor
MILLBURY, Tuesday, May 9; Millbury Memorial Jr./Sr. High School auditorium
LUDLOW, Thursday, May 11; Ludlow High School auditorium
NORTHAMPTON, Tuesday, May 16; Northampton High School auditorium
PEABODY, Tuesday, May 16; Peabody Veterans Memorial High School auditorium
CHARLESTOWN, Thursday, May 18; MTRS Main Office, Presentation Room, 2nd Floor
SOUTH YARMOUTH, Tuesday, May 23; Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School auditorium
NORTON, Tuesday, May 30; Norton Middle School auditorium
To attend, simply register online!

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