Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 25. Teachers' Retirement
Section 63. Payment of Indebtedness.
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AS 14.25.063. Payment of Indebtedness.

(a) In AS 14.25.009 - 14.25.220, a member does not have to be reemployed under this plan in order to make indebtedness payments. However, except as provided in (d) of this section, a former member must be reemployed under this plan in order to make indebtedness payments. Payments apply first to accrued interest and then to principal.

(b) Any outstanding indebtedness that exists at the time a member is appointed to retirement will necessitate an actuarial adjustment to the benefits payable based on the member's corresponding service.

(c) If, as a result of service credit claimed for which there is a corresponding indebtedness existing at retirement, the member's retirement benefit is actuarially reduced and the resulting benefit is less than it would have been if the service credit had not been claimed, the retirement benefit shall be equal to the amount it would have been had the service credit never been claimed.

(d) A former member who received a total refund of the member's contribution account balance because of a levy under AS 09.38.065 or a federal tax levy may make indebtedness payments under this section.

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