Your monthly report is due to NYSLRS by the seventh day of the month following the report period. For example, the December report is due by January 7. The January report is due in our office by February 7.
All About Enhanced Reporting
Our enhanced reporting guide contains everything you need to know about reporting salary and service information to NYSLRS.
Using the Enhanced Report
The complete collection of training guides, tools and templates to help you create, fill out and submit your enhanced report.
Tips and Tricks
For help with common issues experienced by other NYSLRS employers when using Retirement Online, go to our Tips and Tricks page and choose the category “Reporting — Enhanced.”
Legacy reporting will be decommissioned in 2024. If your organization hasn’t switched to Enhanced Reporting or scheduled a transition plan with us, email the Retirement Online Gold Certification team. Registering now will ensure you can continue to meet your obligations as a participating employer in the future. And our transition team will provide all the training and support you need to successfully use enhanced reporting.
A general reference on how to report salary and service information with the legacy report.
How to Use Retirement Online
Helpful videos and guides on how to use Retirement Online to submit your legacy reports.
Tips and Tricks
For help with common issues experienced by other NYSLRS employers when using Retirement Online, go to our Tips and Tricks page and choose the category “Reporting — Legacy.”
Does a payroll service provider prepare your salary and service information? Help prepare them for enhanced reporting.
Post-Retirement Reporting Overview
The Post-Retirement Reporting (PRR) program allows employers of school districts and Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) to report all public retirees on the payroll (including independent contractors/consultants) and provide notification when a retiree earns more than the $35,000 earnings limit.
Public Safety Overtime
Public safety overtime that’s paid directly by a members participating employer, and meets other requirements, is pensionable and needs to be reported to NYSLRS. Legacy reporters should report public safety overtime with other earnings as you normally would in Retirement Online.