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2022 Active Member Annual Statements
Available in MyLAFPP!


Active members! View your 2022 Annual Member Statement in MyLAFPP.

View and/or print your 2022 Annual Statement online. This statement summarizes your individual pension-related information as of December 31, 2022, including service credit, pension estimates (if eligible to retire), contributions and interest, spouse or domestic partner information, and beneficiary designation.

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LAFPP Celebrates Women’s History Month

To commemorate this month we would like to spotlight Hueman, LAFPP’s mural artist, with a tribute to her and her murals from the last 10 years that can be found in and around Los Angeles.



LAFPP is pleased to present our 2022 Annual Report. This report provides financial information, such as the department’s budget summary, investment performance, asset allocation data, plan actuarial data, statistical information, and a summary of plan provisions for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022.


New Form W-4P for Federal Tax Withholding in 2023

In January 2022, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Forms W-4P and W-4R. Use of the new forms was optional for tax year 2022 but LAFPP is required to use them beginning January 1, 2023. Click Read More to see how it may affect you. 


LAFPP’s Ongoing Commitment to Cyber Security

LAFPP remains focused and committed to keeping member data/information safe and secure. As more and more members conduct business online, we recognize the increased need to manage cybersecurity risks and have adopted a strategic cybersecurity initiative to mitigate those risks.

Article Retired Members


SPECIAL NOTICE: This article only applies to eligible retired members of Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions and respective Qualified Surviving Spouses/Domestic Partners.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has decreased the standard Medicare Part B monthly premium to $164.90 effective January 1, 2023; however, you may pay a different amount determined by CMS.


2022 Valuation Reports Approved

Based on the actuarial report for the period ending June 30, 2022, the combined funded ratio for pension and health benefits is 95.0%, up from 92.5% the previous year. The overall unfunded liabilities have decreased from $2.1 billion to $1.5 billion.


Health RFP – Information for All Pensioners
RFP's for Retiree Health, Dental, and Vision Plans

Article Last Updated on 10/20/22. Click “Read More” to view the latest information.

On October 20, 2022, the Board approved a recommendation from the Ad Hoc Committee on Retiree Healthcare Program to find that conducting a competitive bidding process for retiree health, dental, and vision insurance plans and/or third-party administrator services is impractical and/or undesirable. 


Economic Downturn and Your Pension Plan


The current economic conditions continue to negatively impact retirement funds across the nation. A decline in consumer sentiment, rising interest rates, and lower-than-expected retail sales are weighing on the markets.


LAFPP Board Appoints Interim General Manager – Joseph Salazar

LAFPP Announcement

Earlier this year, LAFPP General Manager Ray Ciranna announced his intent to retire at the end of September 2022.  To ensure a seamless transition of leadership for the Department, the Board appointed Joseph (“Joe”) Salazar as the Interim General Manager, effective September 25, 2022. 


June 2022 DROP Semi-Annual Statements – Now Available in MyLAFPP!

DROP Participants! View your DROP Semi-Annual Statements in MyLAFPP

You may now view and/or print your DROP Semi-Annual Statement for the period ending June 30, 2022 in MyLAFPP.  This statement summarizes your individual DROP account balance, monthly pension deposits, ITD (inception-to-date) interest, and mandatory exit date. 


LAFPP Management Audit – 2022

The results of the management audit of the Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension Plan were presented to the Board on August 18, 2022, as mandated by Section 1112 of the City Charter.


General Manager Announces Retirement

Photo of Ray Ciranna

Ray Ciranna, General Manager of Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions (LAFPP), announced his intent to retire in September 2022 to the Board of Commissioners and staff. He has served as General Manager of LAFPP since May 2013.