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I received more than one 1099-R Form from the MTRS. Why?
It is not unusual to receive more than one 1099-R for a tax year. This can occur as a result of one of the following:
I received two 1099-R forms because I turned 59-1/2 during the tax year. Why—and what does this mean?
In the tax year in which you turn 59-1/2, you will receive two 1099–R forms from us, as the IRS requires that we identify and distinguish between payments that are made to you when you are under age 59-1/2, and payments that are made to you when you are over age 59-1/2. Accordingly, please note:
Does the MTRS give tax advice?
No. You should seek advice from a professional tax advisor or the Internal Revenue Service .
What should I advise my family or executor to do in the event of my death?
Please advise your survivors to go to our website and see our page on how to report the death of a benefit recipient.
Can I access my 1099 online?
Yes—if you are currently receiving your own monthly retirement allowance, or survivor benefit, you may access your 1099 in MyTRS, our online member account system. Here's how: