Irving Supplemental Benefit Plan
The Supplemental Benefits Plan (SBP) was established on March 1, 1984, following the City of Irving's withdrawal from Social Security on Jan. 1, 1983.
The plan covers Government and Police employees who are members of the Texas Municipal Retirement System Opens a New Window. (TMRS). Participation in the plan provides employees an opportunity to supplement their retirement income as these employees will not be eligible for Social Security Benefits based on their City of Irving employment. The plan also replaces to the extent possible, the types of benefits previously provided by the Social Security System such as survivor and disability benefits.
SBP Board Meeting Dates
Meetings of the Board of Trustees are open to the public and the trustees meet every third Monday of each month at 3:30 p.m.
Actual board meeting dates are posted in accordance with the Texas Open Meeting law.
- Governing Statute Opens a New Window.
- Investment Policy (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Quarterly Investment Performance Reports (PDF) Opens a New Window.
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney (MSSB) quarterly reports of investment performance.
- Actuarial Valuation Reports (PDF) Opens a New Window.
Provided annually by GRS.
- Plan Document (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Trustee Report (PDF) Opens a New Window.
Bank of Texas Quarterly Report
- GASB Statement Nos. 67 and 68 Disclosures (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Annual Financial Audit Report (PDF) Opens a New Window.