Once a year, you will receive a member statement which details your salary, contributions, and service credit as reported by your employer(s) for the current fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). The statement will also list accumulated funds, total service credit, current beneficiary designation(s), and your home address.
If you have at least five years of service credit and have not entered DROP, your statements will include projected years of service, retirement benefits, and date of retirement based on the current fiscal year. Member statements also include definitions of TRSL terms to help you understand the information listed.
When will I receive it?
Member statements are mailed by the end of August. After statements are mailed, you can view and print your statement online through TRSL’s Member Access
, which gives you secure access to your retirement account information. If you are not yet registered for Member Access, obtain a user ID and password by clicking here
Is it correct?
When you receive your statement, please check it carefully. If your mailing address or the beneficiary listing is incorrect, please notify TRSL promptly. To correct your address, please submit an Active Member Change of Address Authorization
(Form 2AC) to TRSL or edit your profile through TRSL’s Member Access.
If you find an error in salary, contributions, or service credit, call your employer first. Employers should contact TRSL if the statement information does not agree with their records.
(for members with at least five years of service credit)
(for members with less than five years of service credit)
What if I never receive my statement?
Your member statement is mailed directly to the home address TRSL has on file for you. Listed below are the most common reasons that you may not have received a statement:
You moved and did not notify TRSL of your new mailing address. (Employers do not automatically notify TRSL of employee address changes.)
Your address was changed because of 911 service. This is typical for members whose former addresses were rural routes.
You were an inactive member and did not have any contribution activity for that fiscal year.