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Wyoming Retirement Systems (Public Employees)
All eligible employees (who work at least 20 hours per week) participate in the Wyoming Retirement System (WRS).
This is a lifetime benefit after vestment, employees are vested after four (4) years of employment with Campbell County. Funds are pre-taxed and managed by the Wyoming Retirement System.
Currently, Campbell County contributes both the employee and the employer contribution. Law Enforcement and Fire Fighter pension plans differ.
|Employee Contribution||9.25% of gross salary|
|Employer Contribution||9.37% of gross salary|
|Total Contribution||18.62% of gross salary|
For more information on Wyoming Retirement, contact WRS directly at 307-777-7691 or visit their website.
An optional 457 Deferred Compensation Plan is offered to all eligible employees (who work at least 20 hours per week). You may enroll in the 457 plan at any time during your employment. You must contribute at least $20.00/pay period, but you can contribute any dollar amount up to the IRS annual plan contribution limit. The 2022 limit is $ 20,500 for participants under the age 50, and those over the age 50 can contribute an additional $6,500 in 2022. Campbell County matches up to $20.00/pay period of the employee's first year of employment. Each year, these amounts are subject to change. You are always 100% vested in your Deferred Compensation Plan account. If you have questions regarding the optional 457 plan, call 800-989-9324 to speak with a retirement educator or visit https://retirement.wyo.gov/en/DC.
If you need more information regarding benefits please contact the Human Resources Department. All benefits are subject to eligibility requirements and may change at any time. In the case of a difference between the above listed information and the master policies, the master policies will be controlling.