GIC Municipal Teachers (RMTs) retiring in June 2015 have until June 15, 2015 to select their GIC coverage. See your benefits department and the RMT section of this site for more information.
If you are retiring teacher from a city, town or school district that participates in the GIC Retired Municipal Teacher (Non-municipal health-only) program , and will be receiving a pension from the Teachers' Retirement Board, you are eligible for GIC coverage if you have at least basic life insurance or health insurance through the participating city/town/district on the date of your retirement. If you do not elect GIC coverage at retirement, you may enroll in GIC coverage during the GIC's annual enrollment, or at any time during the year with proof of loss of coverage elsewhere, provided you had at least basic life insurance or health insurance through a participating city/town district on the date of your retirement.
- Life Insurance - This amount is determined by your city/town/district.
- Life and Health Insurance with a choice of several health plans offered by the Group Insurance Commission . You may choose individual or family health coverage. Certain rules apply for those eligible for Medicare.
- Retiree Dental Plan
This information provided by the Group Insurance Commission .
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