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  • ATTENTION ALL EMPLOYEES

    During the current COVID-19 related school closures, all employees will remain in a paid status.  Those currently receiving Health and Welfare benefits will continue to do so.  Employees will also continue to accrue and utilize leave time in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement during this period of school closures. Additionally, both permanent and non-permanent (walk-on) employees who were assigned stipends and 6/5ths as of March 16, 2020, will continue to receive payment for these assignments during school closure as well.

    All payroll warrants and direct deposit stubs will be mailed to the address on file by the District Fiscal Services (DFS) department through USPS.

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  • In an effort to reduce the possible transmission of COVID-19, the Fiscal Services department is observing a partial closure and is closed to the public.

    PAYROLL INFORMATION REQUESTS INCLUDING COPIES OF W-2, PAYSTUBS, EARNING STATEMENTS, ETC.:  You can access required forms through the Etrieve system using your district assigned email address.  You can access the Etrieve system by following this link.  All copies will be mailed to the address on file within 7-10 business days.

    DIRECT DEPOSIT CHANGES:  Please go to the TVUSD website to access the Etrieve system using your district assigned email address.  You can access the Etrieve system by following this link.  All copies will be mailed to the address on file within 7-10 business days. 

    If you do not have a district email address and need assistance, please email payroll@tvusd.us or call or text 951-406-4425 for assistance.  Please provide your name, return contact information, and reason for contact.

    RETIREE INSURANCE PAYMENTS:  Retiree payments can be mailed to TVUSD, Attn:  Cheryl Gray


    Completed forms must be mailed to:

    TVUSD, Fiscal Services

    31350 Rancho Vista Road, Temecula, CA 92592

     or can be dropped off in the Nutrition Services drop box (two doors down)


    Thank you for your patience during this time.  Please expect delays due to the partial closure of our offices.


    CERTIFICATED SPECIALISTS:

    Belinda Ribao (A-K), bribao@tvusd.us

    Shawna Jennings (L-Z), sjennings@tvusd.us

    CLASSIFIED SPECIALISTS:

    Becky Utter (A-K), butter@tvusd.us

     Alison Bruce (L-Z), abruce@tvusd.us

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  • For Verification of Employment, please fax the VOE and Borrower Authorization to (951) 695-7387 or email them to payroll@tvusd.us.  Normal processing time is 7-10 business days.  Due to the recent events surrounding COVID-19, the Fiscal Services Department will have limited access to resources beginning March 18, 2020.  Please expect delays in processing time.

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  • March Payroll Update

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  • As part of the TVUSD Fiscal Services Department, Payroll Services supports the district by ensuring that all employees are treated fairly and compensated accurately, in accordance with labor contracts, California Education Code, and applicable state and federal laws. 
     
    Payroll Services staff strive to support district employees by providing exceptional customer service, making timely payments of wages, accurately logging employee attendance, and ensuring accurate reporting to external reporting agencies, such as the Internal Revenue Service, Social Security Administration, Employment Development Department, CalSTRS and CalPERS.  In a collaborative effort with our sites and departments, we work to support our highly valued employees. 

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3121 Alt-FICA Plan

  • What is the 3121 FICA Alternative Plan?
    The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 (OBRA) Amended the Internal Revenue Code and the Social Security Act to include employees of state and local governments. The Act authorized the Secretary of the Treasury to adopt regulations and provide guidance to the Internal Revenue Service and Social Security Administration. The Act amended Internal Revenue Code Section 3121, under which Social Security participation became mandatory for all employers. However, the Internal Revenue Code Section 3121 says that part-time, temporary, and seasonal (PTS) employees are exempt from the Social Security tax if they are provided a “comparable retirement system”. In response, the 3121 Plan was created as an authorized alternative to Social Security to meet those requirements.

    Please visit Schools First Credit Union for further information at SchoolsFirst

    To access the 3121 Plan Overview, please click on this link.

    To access the 3121 Enrollment Form, please click on this link.


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