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AGO Opinions with Topic: STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM
AGO 1965 No. 21 >  June 7, 1965
DISTRICTS - SCHOOLS - NONCERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES - STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM - RETROACTIVE EMPLOYERS' CONTRIBUTIONS FOR PRIOR SERVICE
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- NONCERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES ‑- STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM ‑- RETROACTIVE EMPLOYERS' CONTRIBUTIONS FOR PRIOR SERVICE School districts coming into the state employees' retirement system under the provisions of § 1, chapter 84, Laws of 1965 (RCW 41.40.410), will be required to make an employers' contribution to the retirement system fund for past services rendered by their eligible noncertificated employees since April 1, 1949.  However, this financial obligation may be spread over a fifteen-year period from the date of the employers' admission to the retirement system.
AGO 1951 No. 109 >  August 28, 1951
PUBLIC PORT DISTRICTS - STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM - FEDERAL SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM - UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
PUBLIC PORT DISTRICTS ‑- STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM ‑- FEDERAL SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM ‑- UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION

1. A Public Port District may concurrently contribute to the State Retirement System, Federal Social Security System, and the International Longshore and Warehousemen's Union pension system, but not for the same employees for the same service.2. It is possible for an employee of a Public Port District to be a beneficiary of two retirement plans.3. A Public Port District employee not under the State Retirement System may qualify to benefit under the Federal Social Security System.4. A Public Port District may subscribe to the State Unemployment Compensation Plan.

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