Enrolling in your employer's retirement plan is an important first step toward helping secure your financial future.
Your employer's retirement plan is a benefit you can take advantage of to help yourself be better prepared for your future. Worksite Financial Solutions is a service offered with your retirement plan that can help you understand your options and make the process of getting started easy.
Your Employer's Retirement Plan Makes Good Financial Sense
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There are many benefits of enrolling in your employer's retirement plan:
- The money you contribute can grow tax-deferred while in the account.
- Many employers will match a certain percentage of your contribution (check with your Human Resources department to find out the details of your employer's plan).
- You can choose from a variety of investment choices to fit your goals and risk tolerance.
- You have the option of taking your money with you if you leave your current employer, whether you decide to transfer it to a new employer's plan, move it to an individual retirement account (IRA) or cash it out.
- You have direct access to the Retirement Results Team, who can provide one-on-one help to answer your questions and get you started.
Why put your future on hold — start saving today to help pursue a more secure financial future for your tomorrow.
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