Retiree Benefits

Access to Benefits Information for FCPS Retirees and their Family Members

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If you are thinking about retiring from FCPS in the next year or two, you should review the Preparing for Retirement webpage. This page will provide information about how retirement will impact all of your FCPS benefits, so that you may make the best decisions for you and your family.

If you have already retired from FCPS, browse the pages below. The information provided will guide you through the FCPS benefits available to you and your family, including health benefits and life insurance. It will also provide quick access to important benefit publications, forms, and vendor contacts. 

Turning 65 soon?

All FCPS retiree medical plans require retirees, spouses, and their dependents to enroll in Medicare Parts A and B when they become eligible for Medicare at the age of 65. Learn more about Medicare, how to enroll, and what it means for you and your family.
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Are your beneficiaries up-to-date?

Major life events such as marriage, birth/adoption of children, or divorce may require updates to your beneficiary designations. Learn how to ensure your life insurance and retirement system beneficiaries are up-to-date.
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