“If there is one person I trust when it comes to helping people navigate the retirement process, it has to be VRS support. The support and guidance provided was straight forward and in my best interest.”
– Joan Krause – Executive Secretary

We know people like you, sitting right where you are, thinking about retirement and not exactly knowing what to do. We were in your shoes not too long ago. We wish we knew what we know now before we went to the Human Resource / Benefits Department.

Are you aware that employees retiring under the (VRS) Virginia Retirement System will have their salary reduced by half, and will lose 75% of the face value of their life insurance?

If you have enough years in the Virginia Retirement System (VRS) to retire, you need information, and you need it soon.That is why we set up VRS Support.


We want to share information to help you make the right decisions about your retirement.




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To Celebrate Growing Older

We made it through the Thanksgiving Holiday. Next year we will all be coming a year older. This post is about something we all should read at least once a week! Make sure you read to the end! It was originally written by Regina Brett, 90 year old, of the Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio. “To…

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  Warning: This is not an important post. If you are busy changing the world, stop reading. First: Happy 242nd Birthday USMC Semper-Fi Second: Thanks Veterans and your families for your service and support Dealing With Retirement Money Stress Many VRS members are feeling stressed about retirement and are not taking steps to prepare for…

Elder Abuse Yes It Could Happen To You / But It Doesn’t Have To

Happy November! Elder abuse is on the radar again, but this time it’s in a brand-new area… reverse mortgages. Most people know that if an elderly person is going to be ripped off, it will be done by someone they know – typically a banker, doctor, lawyer, family member or caregiver. Now there are three…


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