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News Update

Effective January 1, 2013, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) completed the transaction to acquire The Hartford’s Retirement Plans Group (RPG).

Read more about this transaction.

Learn more about employer-sponsored retirement plans

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Make The Most of Your 401(k)

 

403(b) – Why Add It to Your Pension

 

457(b) – The Retirement Plan Goes Public

         
Make the Most of your 401(k)   403(b) - Why Add it to Your Pension   457(b) - The Retirement Plan Goes Public
         
The sooner you start contributing to your 401(k), the more money you could have at retirement. And, check to see if your company makes matching contributions that can help boost your savings.   Teachers, nurses, librarians, and other employees who may qualify for a 403(b) often have a pension, as well. So, why should they contribute? To supplement their retirement savings and potentially reduce their current income tax.   A 457(b) retirement program is for employees of state and local governments and municipalities, and some non-profits. It works like a 401(k) but has some major differences such as no penalty for withdrawals before 59½.
         

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