CalSTRS Pension2 is CalSTRS’ voluntary defined contribution plan.
Pension2 offers the opportunity to invest through tax-advantaged
payroll deductions in low cost, flexible 403(b), Roth 403(b) and
457(b) plans for additional retirement savings.
Complements your CalSTRS retirement benefit.
Features low fees and expenses, so more of your money works
Offers tax-advantaged contributions and a variety of
Provides objective advice and planning services at no
In partnership with TIAA-CREF, a national financial services
organization and the leading provider of retirement services for
professionals in the academic field, Pension2 offers Easy Choice
Portfolios or the option to “build your own” portfolio.
Your CalSTRS retirement benefit will replace, on average, about 62 percent of your current salary. Need more for retirement? See the impact of starting a CalSTRS Pension2 savings plan today and the impact waiting just a few years can make.
Already have money invested in another 403(b) or 457 account
administered by another company and don’t like the high fees and
expenses you’re paying? Not sure what you are paying in fees? Let
us take a look. Send us your last quarterly statement and
discover how Pension2’s low-cost options can make a big
difference in your bottom line over time. Consider rolling over
your accounts to Pension2.
The CalSTRS Pension2 watch list details which of our current
investment options we are concerned with and watching closely.
Options placed on the list may, based on our monitoring criteria,
later be removed from the watch list or removed/replaced from our
available investment options.
Electronic privacy is crucial for the ongoing success of the
Internet as a convenient means to provide customer service. Your
personal information will be used only to conduct CalSTRS-related
WEST SACRAMENTO, CA – The California State Teachers’ Retirement
System (CalSTRS) today announced that, effective January 1, 2014,
CalSTRS Retirement Progress
Reports (RPR) will be available exclusively online, unless a
paper version is requested. The change is enacted under
Assembly Bill 989.