Amount of pension
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(1) Upon retiring at normal retirement age, a vested pension program member shall be paid an annual pension for the life of the member as follows:
(a) For service as a police officer or firefighter, 1.8 percent of final average salary multiplied by the number of years of retirement credit attributable to service as a police officer or firefighter.
(b) For service as other than a police officer or firefighter, 1.5 percent of final average salary multiplied by the number of years of retirement credit attributable to service as other than a police officer or firefighter.
(2) Notwithstanding any provision of ORS 238A.100 (Establishing membership under pension program) to 238A.245 (Reemployment after commencement of pension benefits), the annual benefit payable to a member under the pension program and under any other tax-qualified defined benefit plan maintained by the participating public employer may not exceed the applicable limitations set forth in 26 U.S.C. 415(b), as in effect on August 29, 2003. The Public Employees Retirement Board shall adopt rules for the administration of this limitation, including adjustments in the annual dollar limitation to reflect cost-of-living adjustments authorized by the Internal Revenue Service.
(3) The board shall make no actuarial adjustment in a member’s pension calculated under this section by reason of the member’s retirement after normal retirement age. [2003 c.733 §9]
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