356.43 Supplemental benefit; lump-sum payments; Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund.
Subdivision 1. Entitlement. Any person who is receiving either an annuity that was computed under the laws in effect before March 5, 1974, or a "$2 bill and annuity" annuity from the Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund is entitled to receive a supplemental benefit lump-sum payment from the retirement fund in the amount specified in subdivision 2.
Subd. 2. Amount of payment. (a) For any person receiving an annuity or benefit on November 30, 1991, and entitled to receive a supplemental benefit lump-sum payment under subdivision 1, the payment is $28 for each full year of allowable service credited to the person by the retirement fund.
In 1992 and each following year, each eligible benefit recipient is entitled to receive the amount received in the preceding year increased by the same percentage applied on the most recent January 1 to regular annuities paid from the Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund.
(b) The payment provided for in this section is payable on December 1, 1991, to those persons receiving an annuity or benefit on November 30, 1991. In subsequent years, the payment must be made on December 1 to those persons receiving an annuity or benefit on the preceding November 30. This section does not authorize payment to an estate if the annuity or benefit recipient dies before the November 30 eligibility date. The payment provided for in this section must be paid automatically unless the intended recipient files a written notice with the retirement fund requesting that it not be paid.
Subd. 3. State appropriation. Payments under this section are the responsibility of the Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund. A separate state aid is provided toward the level dollar amortized cost of the payments. For state fiscal years 1992 to 2001 inclusive, there is appropriated annually $550,000 from the general fund to the commissioner of finance to be added, in quarterly installments, to the annual state contribution amount determined under section 422A.101, subdivision 3. After fiscal year 2001, any difference between the cumulative benefit amounts actually paid under this section after fiscal year 1991 and the amounts paid to the retirement fund by the state under this subdivision, plus investment earnings on the aid, shall be included by the retirement fund board and the actuary retained by the Legislative Commission on Pensions and Retirement in determining the financial requirements of the fund and contributions under section 422A.101.
HIST: 2002 c 392 art 11 s 31
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