Maine Association of Retirees

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The Maine Association of Retirees (MAR) exists to protect and expand the rights and benefits of Maine retired teachers, state/county/municipal government employees, and to support a fiscally sound retirement system.


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Any public sector retiree is eligible to join MAR.

This includes:
Retired State employees, teachers, participating local district employees
Spouses and other benficiaries.

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Benefits

Benefits include:

Advocacy in Augusta on issues that affect you

Connect with other public sector retirees

Tuition discount for Maine Senior College Network

Delta Dental insurance

Other membership discounts

... and more!

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Who we are

MAR is the voice of Maine public sector retirees. MAR represents several “generations” of retirees with diverse needs and interests. Many retirees continue to work, others are caring for older parents, or grandchildren. Our members give generously of their time as volunteers in a variety of organizations.

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Where are MAR Members?

Where are MAR Members?

Use this interactive map to see where our membership is throughout the US and Canada!

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MAR Files COLA Lawsuit

This is a class action, brought on behalf of more than 28,000 retired state employees and public school teachers, seeking (i) to have the Court declare unconstitutional the action of the 2011 Maine Legislature eliminating for three years and thereafter reducing annual cost-of-living adjustments to their pensions, and (ii) to have the Court require Defendants to make annual cost-of-living adjustments as required prior to enactment of the 2011 legislation.

Please join us in our efforts to protect your pension! View details and related documents

MAR Office Closed – On Tuesday, August 12th the office will be closed. You will be able to leave us a message on the telephone or by email and we will contact you the next day.