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How much will you need in retirement? It's important to create and monitor your savings strategy to reach your retirement income goals.
Make Appointments OnlineSchedule an on-campus appointment with your ING U.S. representative online!
On the go? Go Mobile!Download the ING U.S. application on your smart phone. You can view your account details and make transactions. Keywords: ING Retire.
Basic Investment ConceptsAs a potential investor, are you comfortable with your knowledge of the basic types of investments available to you?
Retiring?Congratulations! After a lifetime of work, it’s time to enjoy. But first, you will need to make a few decisions.
You Choose the WayYou can elect to make pre-tax and/or Roth after-tax contributions. Adding Roth to your retirement strategy may make sense.
Schedule an on-campus appointment with your local ING U.S. representative Mary Ellen Gordon*, CRPC, CEBS, CFS, for help enrolling in the Plan, choosing an investment strategy, and retirement planning. Call 877-645-5206 or click here.
* Registered Representative of and securities offered through ING Financial Partners, member SIPC.
The Plan offers a credited fixed interest account, the ING Fixed Plus Account III. Effective January 1, 2014 the interest rate for the ING Fixed Plus Account III is 2.35% and will not be less than 2.15% through December 31, 2014. Guarantees are based on the claims-paying ability of ING Life Insurance and Annuity Company and do not apply to the investment return or principal value of the mutual funds under a 403(b)(7) custodial agreement.
2014 contribution limits announced!
You can make elective contributions to the Plan on a pre-tax and/or Roth after-tax basis up to the maximum annual deferral limit of $17,500 for 2014. If you are age 50 or older, you may also contribute an additional $5,500 for a maximum of $23,000. Please note, if you make both pre-tax and Roth contributions, your aggregate contributions cannot exceed the maximum limit.
Retirement for Women
With a longer life expectancy than men, women will most likely have more time to enjoy their retirement. This also means women have a greater possibility of outliving their retirement savings. Plus, a number of factors put women at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to accumulating enough money for their retirement. The bottom line is that women need to take control of their financial future by saving more for retirement. Learn more here.
Did you know that beneficiary maintenance is available online? You can view your beneficiary information, change your beneficiary designation, and update contact information for your beneficiary. And it’s easy! Just login to your account and follow these step-by step instructions.
You can also make changes to your beneficiary designation over the phone by calling our Retirement Readiness Service Center at 1-800-584-6001.