Articles about Retirement Benefits that may be useful to Massachusetts retirees.

Reminder: Mygiclink for GIC Retirees

August 14, 2023
View and Update Your GIC Benefits Using MyGICLink Exactly one year ago (September 2022 Voice), we announced that the state ...Read More

2022-2023 Meeting Season Comes to a Close

August 14, 2023
With Early Summer Area Meetings Before we begin the 2023-2024 Meeting Season with our September Annual Meeting (see page ...Read More
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IBIS Update: Local Outreach With Miia

August 14, 2023
Since 2021 Senscio – a very familiar name to our readers – has partnered with the Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA ...Read More

A Question Retirees Are Afraid to Ask: to Which Retirement System Do I Belong?

August 14, 2023
As we have been reporting the recent news regarding the adoption and payment of the additional 2% COLA for FY23 ...Read More

Governor Healey and Lieutenant Governor Driscoll Sign $56 Billion Fiscal Year 2024 Budget

August 9, 2023,
Mass Retirees Note: The budget includes a 3% COLA on a $13,000 base for retirees of the State and ...Read More

To which retirement system do I belong?

July 7, 2023,
July 7, 2023: Weekly Update By Mass Retirees CEO Shawn Duhamel As we have been reporting the recent news regarding ...Read More
Benefit Check Delays Continue To Frustrate New Retirees

Benefit Check Delays Continue To Frustrate New Retirees

September 28, 2021
September 28, 2021: The "number-one problem" that Mass Retirees President Frank Valeri hears from his members is that it ...Read More

President’s Message: Share the Success!

September 10, 2021
September 2021 Voice: There is no question that the tremendous investment success of the Commonwealth and local retirement systems ...Read More


September 9, 2021
September 2021 Voice: When the proper funding of our 104 public retirement systems began in 1985, the majority of Massachusetts ...Read More