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Join Now – Retire Later!
Lock in your retired dues before retiring and check off one more task on your retirement "to-do" list.
Aren’t you ready to retire yet? If you’re an educational employee and have an active TSTA/NEA membership, you can pre-subscribe to TSTA-Retired/NEA-Retired. You’ll be able to take advantage of special offers and guarantee that your membership benefits will continue without interruption as you make the transition into retirement.
Note: You must maintain your regular TSTA/NEA membership while you are still employed.
You’re entitled as a Pre-Retired subscriber to attend TSTA-Retired/NEA-Retired’s meetings and conferences in a non-voting capacity, and to receive the Advocate magazine, This Active Life magazine, as well as the NEA-R Retirement Planning Booklet.
Pre-Retired subscribers are eligible to enroll only as Lifetime members, and the one-time Pre-Retired Subscriber Lifetime Membership fee is $500. Your payment can be divided into a maximum of 10 equal payments, depending on the number of months left in the membership year. In addition, you can have the payments payroll deducted for your convenience.
Go to the TSTA-Retired Membership Form to enroll.
If you are a current Pre-Retired member, don’t forget to alert TSTA of your retirement date to change your status from “pre-retired” to “retired.” Call (877) ASK-TSTA. Your status does not change until you tell us to change it. This is especially important for our association as our retired delegate allocations to the TSTA House of Delegates and the NEA Representative Assembly are determined by “retired” membership. In addition, as a “retired” member, you have full voting rights – make sure your voice is heard!