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Governor Bevin called a special legislative session July 19 – 24 in which House Bill 1 (HB 1) was approved by the Senate 27-11.  Because the bill had an Emergency clause, it took effect immediately upon the Governor’s signature.  Unless another Special Session is called between now and the end of the year, the General Assembly will not convene again until the start of the 2020 Regular Session on Tuesday, January 7, 2020.

KRS has published a general information guide which answers some of the most Frequently Asked Questions from both our Quasi-Governmental Employers and their employees. Please note that an employer requesting an estimate shall pay all costs (actuarial and administrative) of the estimate. Please refer to the guide for details. 


House Bill 1 Quasi-Governmental AgencyCessation FAQ's

Form 7726 - Request for Estimated Cost of Voluntary Cessation from KERS under KRS 61.522(8) 

We will provide you with more information on the cessation process when available. 


If you have questions, please contact our office at 1-888-696-8810.

2019 Training Concludes

The Divisions of Member Services and Employer Reporting, Compliance & Education partnered again this year to offer Reporting Official training with the Pre-Retirement Education Program (PREP).  Read more on the Training page.

View the PREP materials

2019 Regular Session

Seven bills and two resolutions passed during the 2019 Regular Session of the General Assembly that will have an impact on KRS. We will you provide you with additional information about any reporting changes as we complete our review of the bills and update our publications and procedures. Read more

Contribution Rates

Employer contribution rates for fiscal year 2020, effective July 1, 2019, have been published. Please note that employer contribution rates are subject to change depending on future actions of the General Assembly. Read More 


2018 GASB Reports are available. Read More




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