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Reporting Adjustments

Sometimes, you may need to make changes to certain information provided in a previously submitted Contribution Report. Before submitting an adjustment, you should confirm that the original Contribution Report was received by SERS. 

You may have to make an adjustment for:

  • Contribution amounts
  • Tax treatment of contributions
  • Days reported
  • Hours reported
  • Reporting to the wrong retirement system

All adjustments must be made through eSERS.

Adjustments can be reported as part of an uploaded file with regular contributions or by manual entry. 

To submit an adjustment, you must indicate the reason for the adjustment by using one of the following earnings codes:

51 – Adjustment to Regular Contribution: This is an adjustment record to '01' 

52 – Adjustment to Supplemental: This is an adjustment record to '02' 

53 – Adjustment to Retro Pay: This is an adjustment record to '03'

54 – Adjustment to Stretch Pay: This is an adjustment record to '04' 

55 – Adjustment to Grievance Pay: This is an adjustment record to '05'

91 - Missed Regular Contribution: To report any regular wage and contribution record that was not reported for a prior period.

92 - Missed Supplemental Contribution: To report any supplemental contribution that was not reported for a prior period. 

94 - Missed Stretch Pay Contribution: To report any stretch pay contribution that was not reported for a prior period.