Annuitant Basic Subsidy (Old Policy) Rates

You are subject to the Annuitant Basic Subsidy Policy if:

  1. You were not an active employee on January 1, 2012, but was an annuitant receiving a retirement check from a  State retirement system – ERS, TRS, Fulton, or APS and enrolled in SHBP retirement coverage on January 1, 2012 or;

  2. You were not an active State employee on January 1, 2012, but were a former State employee with eight years of service and enrolled in state extended SHBP coverage on January 1, 2012; or you were not an active teacher or public school employee on January 1, 2012, but were a former teacher or public school employee with eight years of service in a State retirement system but could not retire due to age and enrolled in state extended SHBP coverage on January 1, 2012 or;

  3. You were an active employee that on January 1, 2012 had five years of service in the State retirement system from where you will receive an annuity (ERS, TRS, Fulton, or APS), and this information will be reported to SHBP from your applicable State Retirement upon your retirement. 

The Board of Community Health sets all member premiums by resolution and in accordance with the law and applicable revenue and expense projections. Any subsidy policy adopted by the Board may be changed at any time by Board resolution, and does not constitute a contract or promise of any amount of subsidy.

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