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This is a copy of the Deferred Compensation Committee Minutes from March 11,2014.
New and Current employees can attend these monthly sessions for 2014.
Information regarding the statement ING mailed to participants dated Nov 19, 2013.
This document is a Q&A that summarizes how the Advantis Rate of Return is paid on Advantis Deferred Comp Accounts.
Power Point Presentation from September 19, 2013
This ING brochure gives an example of the potential cost of waiting to save for retirement
This brochure on Roth 457 provides a summary of this savings option.
This ING article announces a new feature of a retirement mobile enhancement to their system.
2014 Deferred Compensation Contribution Limits announced
Information for employees on how to make a final paycheck election to deferred compensation account.
This is a summary of the Deferred Compensation Plan's funds, fees and performance as of March 31, 2014.
This information lists deferred compensation education opportunities for January-March 2014.
For new employees (General Service) or those who want a refresher course, this PowerPoint presentation walks you through what deferred compensation is as well as information on your City-paid pension plan through PERS.
This PowerPoint presentation walks employees through information and options available regarding their deferred compensation account.
For new employees (Police/Fire) or those who want a refresher course, this PowerPoint presentation walks you through what deferred compensation is as well as information on your City-paid pension plan through PERS.
Article prepared by ING helping participants understand the importance of staying the course with retirement planning during tough economic times.
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