The following is provided as helpful information to use during your retirement years:
Address Change - Please notify the El Paso Firemen & Policemenís Pension Fund of your address changes as they occur. Yearly tax information, publication updates, important notices, and other Fund mailings require that you have a valid mailing address on file with our office. Please use this Change of Address form and return it to our office.
Direct Deposit - The El Paso Firemen & Policemenís Pension Fund sends benefit payments on the last business day of each month. Pension payments sent via the postal service may take up to an additional 7 to 10 days to reach you. Therefore, the Fund encourages all benefit recipients to opt for direct deposit of pension payments. You may utilize this Direct Deposit form to initiate or make changes to your monthly pension deposit instruction.
Taxes - As your financial situation changes through your retirement years, you may need to make adjustments to the amount of your withholding allowances. To make changes to your withholding allowances please complete a W-4P and return this form to our office.
Return to Work - Should you decide to return to work for the City of El Paso with the same Fund division for which you are receiving a pension (fire or police), please note that upon re-employment, your pension will be suspended until you re-retire. If you return to work for a different Fund division or another employer, your pension will continue to be paid
Death Benefits - Although we wish you a long and happy retirement, in the event that you should die, survivor benefits are available for your surviving spouse and children, provided they are qualified. If you have no qualified surviving spouse or children, your designated beneficiaries may qualify for a lump-sum payment. For an explanation of who may qualify, please refer to the Summary Plan Description for your Fund division and/or contact a Benefits Specialist with our office
Important Retiree Notice