The Teacher Retirement System of Texas website contains information on benefits, long-term care insurance, investments, internal audit information, and laws and regulations, according to TRS. It also contains information on participating employees, the board of trustees, 403(b) certification and product registration.
Benefit programs provided by the TRS include a 401(a) benefit retirement plan, ActiveCare, which is a statewide health benefit program, and long-term care insurance for current and retired employees, reports the TRS. Information is available on all benefit programs, and it is found in the PDF file of TRS Benefits Handbook or under the General Information tab on the website.
The TRS website provides information on its investment portfolio, including investment performance reports, public equity holdings and relative size of the trust, states TRS. Visitors to the website can also view a list of professionals who are a part of the Investment Management Division.
The website provides a link to all the laws of the Texas Legislative Council that relate to the TRS, including legislation on public retirement systems and charter schools, states the TRS. It also contains a list of rules for the TRS, including a list of recently adopted rules, and rules on membership credit, proposed rules and rule reviews.
The TRS website provides information on 403 (b) certification, including certification facts, and 403(b) products, including a list of companies with active products, reports the TRS. It also has forms for companies, a summary of maximum 403(b) fees and charges, and contacts for consumer concerns.