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(40 ILCS 5/7-211)
(from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 7-211)
(a) Each participating municipality and instrumentality thereof and
each participating instrumentality shall:
1. Deduct all normal and additional contributions and
contributions for federal Social Security taxes as required by the Social Security Enabling Act from each payment of earnings payable to each participating employee who is entitled to any earnings from such municipality or instrumentality thereof or participating instrumentality, and remit all normal and additional contributions immediately to the board; and
2. Pay to the board contributions required by this
(b) Each participating employee shall, by virtue of the payment of
contributions to this fund, receive a vested interest in the annuities
and benefits provided in this Article and in consideration of such vested
interest shall be deemed to have agreed and authorized the deduction from
earnings of all contributions payable to this fund in accordance with this
(c) Payment of earnings less the amounts of contributions provided in
this Article and in the Social Security Enabling Act shall be a full
and complete discharge of all claims for payment for services rendered
by any employee during the period covered by any such payment.
(d) Any covered annuitant may authorize the withholding of all or a portion
of his or her annuity, for the payment of premiums on group accident and health
insurance provided pursuant to Section 7-199.1. The annuitant may revoke
this authorization at any time.
(Source: P.A. 96-1084, eff. 7-16-10.)