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Rule 145-2-27 | Disability benefit recipient's annual statement.



(1) Except as provided in paragraph (A)(3) of this rule, on or before April fifteenth of each year, a disability benefit recipient shall file a statement with the public employees retirement system providing information including, but not limited to: work performed during the preceding calendar year, compensation received for work performed, and current medical information.

(2) For disability benefit applications filed on or after January 7, 2013, the statement must also include any evidence of application for social security disability insurance ("SSDI"), benefit payments and a copy of the annual SSDI reward letter, if applicable.

(3) A disability benefit recipient is not required to file the statement described in this rule if the recipient is subject to a guardianship, has attained age seventy, or resides in a skilled nursing facility.

(B) The recipient's statement shall be made on a form provided by the retirement system.

(C) The failure of a recipient to file such statement shall result in the suspension of a disability benefit until such statement is filed. If such failure continues for one year, the disability benefit shall be terminated in accordance with section 145.362 of the Revised Code and is not subject to appeal to the public employees retirement board.

Last updated September 30, 2021 at 9:07 AM

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 145.09, 145.362
Amplifies: 145.35, 145.36
Five Year Review Date: 9/30/2026
Prior Effective Dates: 6/4/1982, 2/1/1993, 9/27/1998, 1/1/2003, 1/1/2007, 1/1/2012, 1/7/2013 (Emer.), 3/24/2013, 3/23/2015 (Emer.), 6/6/2015