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The Office of the New York State Comptroller has implemented a new service, NYS PayrollOnline! This new service allows you to:
- Opt out of receiving paper pay statements/direct deposit advices
- View and print your pay statement
- Change your tax withholdings
- View and print current and prior year W-2s
- Update your email address
Accessing this new service is easy! Simply go to: www.suny.edu/hrportal and click on the NYS Payroll Online icon (located in the same area as Time and Attendance and HR Self Service).
The first time you log in you will need the last 4 digits of your SSN and your NYS Employee ID number which may be found on your current pay statement/direct deposit advice. After the initial log in, you can simply follow the above directions to be taken to the site.
We encourage all employees to utilize this new service, especially to help reduce the amount of paper that is generated by a biweekly pay statement/direct deposit advice. If you have any questions on this new service, please contact Payroll at 607-777-2129.
06-11-2019 TIAA Campus Schedule Fall 2019
08-27-2019 AIG (Valic) Campus Schedule - Fall 2019
Taylor Jaquays from AIG will be on campus various dates for the Fall 2019 semester. Go online to schedule your confidential retirement planning appointment. Reservations are required using code 6009BIN11AA.
The 2020 open enrollment period for the Flexible Spending Account (FSA) will run from Monday, October 7 through Friday, November 8, 2019 ending at 10:00 pm and the deadline is strictly enforced. Please note the deadline time has changed from previous years, when the enrollment period ended at midnight.
FSA can assist you in saving money to pay for necessary health or dependent care expenses because money set aside is not subject to federal, state or social security taxes. Also available is the adoption advantage account to save pre-tax money for eligible adoption expenses.
If you are enrolled in the 2019 FSA program, your enrollment will not carry over into 2020, and you must re-enroll if you wish to use the 2020 benefit. Visit the FSA website for plan details and enrollment guidelines or call Flex Benefit Management Company (FBMC) at 800-358-7202 for assistance.
Please click here for more information regarding the UUP Discretionary Memos for 2019 for UUP Faculty Please click here for more information regarding the UUP Discretionary Memos for 2019 for UUP Staff
The 2020 option transfer period will run from now through December 31, 2019. Option transfer allows employees to change or cancel your existing NYSHIP health plan, or convert from family to individual medical coverage without the need for a qualifying event. Option transfer changes do not affect your dental or vision coverage.
During option transfer, you may also change your pre or post-tax health plan contribution status. Changes via a PS 404 Health Insurance Transaction Form must be submitted to the Office of Human Resources in AD 242 by December 31, 2019. No action is required if you are not making any changes to your existing health plan or tax election for 2020. Click here for the CSEA, M/C, NYSCOPBA and UUP 2020 bi-weekly health premium rates Click here for the PBA-NYS and PEF 2020 bi-weekly health premium rates
Click here to learn more about SUNY Perks Annual Holiday Savings Fair available from December 4th through December 31st. As in previous years, the fair features a series of two to three-day-windows that are the best times for employees to shop for electronics, toys, apparel, etc., at the best possible prices with program merchants.
You may conveniently schedule a retirement planning appointment on campus in the first quarter of 2020 with Claire Coombs from TIAA . Click here for a list of dates and to book your appointment or call TIAA at 800-732-8353.
All faculty, staff, and student employees paid on the New York State payroll who are making mandatory contributions to a public retirement system, including NYS Employees Retirement System (ERS), NYS Teachers Retirement System (TRS), NYS Police & Fire Retirement System (PAF), as well as the SUNY Optional Retirement Program (ORP), are required to report these contributions as income in the appropriate line on their New York State personalincome tax return. The dollar amount of these contributions is indicated in Block 14 of the 2019 W-2 form as 414(h). Failure to include this amount before filing your New York state tax return can result in additional tax payments and interest due.
Please be aware that only those faculty, staff, and student employees who are contributing to a public retirement system are impacted. If your 2019 W-2 form does not include a 414(h)code in block 14, please disregard this reminder.
For more information, please contact the NYS Dept. of Taxation and Finance at:
(800) 225-5829, or visit www.tax.ny.gov.