Your 2018 1099 is now available through myLAGERS.
Log on and download yours today!
instructions for download:
To access your documents, log on to your myLAGERS account and click the 1099-R Tab on the left hand navigation bar.
If you received a Partial Lump Sum (PLUS) distribution in 2018, you will have a separate 1099-R for that distribution.
A hard copy of your 1099-R will be mailed by January 31. Please remember to allow time for normal U.S. Postal Service delivery.
If you have questions or need assistance logging on to your myLAGERS account, please call our office at 1-800-447-4334. During periods of high call volume, if your call is not answered immediately, please leave a message and your call will be returned promptly.
**Please note that myLAGERS will be temporarily down for part of the day on Friday, January 25, for regular monthly maintenance.
You may need Adobe Reader in order to download and view your 1099. Download Adobe Reader here.
Changing Your Tax Withholdings:
You may be choosing to have LAGERS withhold taxes from your monthly benefit. However, you have the flexibility to change these withholdings as your tax situation changes throughout retirement.
Wow. I cannot believe how fast time truly does pass. We’ve turned the page on 2018, putting yet another year in the books. Seems just like yesterday that the leadership team here at LAGERS was huddled around sharing ideas of goals and objectives and setting our action plan for 2018. And in what seems a blink of an eye, the year has passed and we’ve already begun setting new goals and projects for 2019. We are a task oriented group here at LAGERS driven by pushing ourselves to do more, do it right and serve our members the absolute best we can. So how’d we do, and what did we accomplish? Here is a quick view of 2018:
We love to hear from our members. Recently we received a lovely letter from Diane McKiddy, a retiree from Chiliicothe Municipal Utilities, where she worked for over 47 years!
As you may know, LAGERS provides financial security to a wide variety of public servants across Missouri. We cover librarians, health care workers, pothole crews, police officers, zoo keepers, fire fighters, paramedics and many more. But, since tomorrow is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, I would like to focus on just police officers for today.