Rule 3307:1-7-07 | Disability benefits - earnings and employment statements.
(A) Pursuant to section 3307.48 of the Revised Code each recipient shall by April thirtieth of each year, or such other date designated by the retirement board, submit a statement of annual earnings to the retirement system.
(B) The statement submitted by each recipient shall be on a form provided by the retirement system and shall include a description of all paid work and volunteer service performed during the preceding calendar year, a statement of compensation for work performed, current medical information and such additional information as may be required.
(C) Unless the requirement of annual reporting is waived by the chair of the medical review board, disability benefits shall be suspended if the annual statement is not received within thirty days after notice that it is delinquent. If the statement is found to be delinquent, participation in the retirement system's health care program, if elected, shall be terminated as of the date the disability benefits are suspended. If the required statement or reports are thereafter not received for a period of one year, or the disability benefit is terminated for any reason during the one-year period, the recipient's right to the disability benefit shall terminate as of the effective date of the original suspension.
(D) The requirement of annual reporting shall be waived if the recipient is age seventy-five or older and the chair of the medical review board has certified that the recipient's disability is ongoing.
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