Returning to Work after Termination / Retirement
It is important that you understand how re-employment affects your ability to access your HCSP account. If you return to work after termination or retirement you have limited or no access to your HCSP funds.
If I return to work and employer is:
|Can I request HCSP reimbursements?|
Not a Minnesota public employer
(example: Target Corp or State of Wisconsin)
A Minnesota public employer but you have not previously worked for this employer
(example: changing from county employment to city employment)
You can request reimbursements of the HCSP account balance that resulted from previous employment.
Contributions to the HCSP that result from new employment are not eligible for reimbursement until you terminate with the new employer.
|A Minnesota public employer and you previously worked for this employer∗ |
Note: There must be a termination date and break in service.
You may have limited or no access to your HCSP assets.
∗ Examples of a "previous" Minnesota public employer:
Employee who returns to work under a State of Minnesota PRO Agreement or PERA's Phased Retirement Option and break in service is less then 13 weeks.
State of Minnesota employee who transfers from one state agency to another state agency.
MNSCU employee who transfers from one campus/location to another campus/location.
Employee who accepts a different job with same employer that results in a change in bargaining unit affiliation or retirement plan coverage (for example, change from TRA to PERA).
Retired teacher who returns to work with his/her district as a substitute teacher.