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consolidating 403B

November 14th, 2011 at 08:20 pm

This afternoon we got a missive from HR. Instead of having 2 accounts (retirement, 403B), all participants will have just 1 account (403B). I think that the retirement account is what our non-profit gives you, and the 403B is your contributions. It takes us 6 years to vest, and the vest appears only in retirement. We were assured that the monies will merge rather than the retirement disappears. We'll see. If its true, its a lot easier to asset allocate or rebalance only 1 account. Could well be a super sneaky way to alter matching, vesting, and its a way to hide when the non-profit places the money into the account.

1 Responses to “consolidating 403B”

  1. MonkeyMama Says:

    Well I am curious exactly what they are consolidating, but in general, I would assume it is a way to cut costs and simplify. Well, that is from a small business perspective. Just leaves me curious about the details. Big Grin

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