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10-01-18

Annual survey finds employers are highly satisfied with TCDRS

  Each year, we send our participating employers a survey to request feedback on their overall satisfaction with the system...

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07-09-18

TCDRS Helps Power Texas

  TCDRS retirement benefits don’t just help Texans retire with confidence. They help power the Texas economy. Since TCDR...

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06-22-18

2017 CAFR now available

  In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, TCDRS members and employers were on the front lines providing vital services even a...

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05-11-18

TCDRS Address Change

  We are now receiving all mailed correspondence at our physical address: The post office is only forwarding m...

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04-19-18

Board Updates Capital Market Assumptions

The TCDRS Board of Trustees reviewed and updated our capital market assumptions for 2018. The updated assumptions are available on...

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04-19-18

Asset Allocation Targets Adjusted

  Based on the capital market assumptions adopted at their April meeting, the TCDRS Board of Trustees has adjusted TCDRS’ ...

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02-23-18

Estimated Portfolio and Asset Class Returns as of Dec. 31, 2017

TCDRS’ estimated investment return for 2017 is between 14.25% and 14.75%, net of all fees. The estimated returns for individual ass...

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02-23-18

TCDRS' Unique Portfolio Benefits You

  TCDRS has an independent streak when it comes to plan design, but you can also see that independence in our investment...

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02-23-18

S&P Global: TCDRS Well-Funded and Affordable for Texas Counties

Earlier this month, S&P Global published a study of Texas public retirement systems that explores whether local governments c...

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02-01-18

Employers Maintain Benefit Levels For 2018

For 2018, most employers maintained their current benefit levels. Of those employers that made plan changes, 42 adopted benefit ...

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