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The Retirement Systems of AlabamaWe are the safe keepers of pensions for thousands of Alabamians and we take our jobs seriously. It is our goal to seek and secure the best investments and services for our membership, and to ensure that we do everything possible to help our members prepare for and enjoy a successful retirement.

RSA News

  • June, 2024

    PEEHIP UnitedHealthcare Group Medicare Advantage (PPO) members

    PEEHIP UnitedHealthcare Group Medicare Advantage (PPO) members: Please note that the recent announcement by Infirmary Health regarding United Healthcare does not apply to PEEHIP Medicare-eligible retirees. For more information, please call or email PEEHIP at 877.517.0020 or peehip.info@rsa-al.gov.

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    August, 2023

    RSA Retirees Receiving Unsolicited Calls

    Recently, some of our retirees have been contacted to set up an in-person appointment to go over their benefits. RSA does not contact members regarding any type of retirement review via email or phone unless first requested by the member. It is important to protect your personal information. If you have questions about your retirement, please contact the RSA directly at 877.517.0020. If you are a member of an association, such as the Alabama Education Retirees Association (AERA) or the Alabama Retired State Employees Association (ARSEA), you may be contacted about benefits specific to that association. For your safety, get all information in writing and verify it with your member association before discussing any personal information with someone you do not know.

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    May, 2023

    Dr. David Bronner, celebrates 50 years as CEO of RSA

    Dr. Bronner came to Alabama to study law and earned his Law Degree and Ph.D. from the University of Alabama in 1972. Shortly after graduation, he became Assistant Dean of the Law School at the University of Alabama. A year later in May 1973, at the age of 28, he became head of the Retirement Systems of Alabama.

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