You are considered a retired member of The City of Ann Arbor Retirement System if:
You have started receiving retirement benefits from the Ann Arbor Retirement System, even if you still work somewhere else.
You are the beneficiary of a retired member and currently received benefits from the Ann Arbor Retirement System.
Retirement System Contact Information:
532 S. Maple Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Email: [email protected]
Healthcare Benefits Contact:
All direct deposit and tax withholding information must be updated through Northern Trust for security purposes.
Benefit Payment Services
50 South LaSalle Street, W-38
Chicago, IL 60603
Northern Trust Benefit Payments
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Social Security Retirement
The Social Security Office has a robust suite of online tools to help and find answers.
Anyone age 18 and older may create a personal my Social Security account from any location and on any device at www.ssa.gov/myaccount. With a personal my Social Security account, most people can request a replacement Social Security card or Medicare card online, obtain personalized retirement and spouse's benefit estimates, check application or appeal status, and review their Social Security Statement. The Statement is an easy-to-read summary of the estimated benefits you and your family could receive, including potential retirement, disability, and survivor benefits. Find more information about the Statement at www.ssa.gov/myaccount/statement.
Social Security Retirement 2022