Building financial security for the future is just as important as protection for today. A 401(k) allows you to reserve money for retirement through pre-tax deductions from your paycheck and tax-deferred earnings.
Whether retirement is a lifetime away or right around the corner, Nextep's MassMutual retirement plans can help you achieve your retirement goals.
- Excellent support with award-winning assistance
- No quarterly participant fees and reduced asset management fees
- RetireSmartSM helps participants plan for their retirement and assess their plan's health
- Option to set automatic deferral increases
- Plan sponsors have various options when setting up the company's plan parameters
- Participants have the option to change elections anytime
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Answers to your questions
Questions? We have answers! Here are your most frequent retirement plan questions.
Q: How and when can I enroll?
A: Check your company's age and eligibility requirements. For more details on the plan and fund performance, contact Nextep's retirement plan experts.
Q: How often can I make changes?
A: You can make changes at anytime to your contribution amount, but it may not be immediately reflected on your paycheck. Administrative updates are done on a weekly basis, so your changes will be made as soon as possible. Fund allocations (how your money is invested) can be changed as frequently as you'd like online.
Q: What is the minimum deferral?
A: You may defer as little as 1% from each paycheck. Because financial emergencies happen, you can change your deferral to 0% at any time. When ready, you may resume deferrals on the first of the following month.
Q: When can I take funds out?
A: Withdrawals may happen at age 59 ½ or older, for loan or hardship, long-term disability or death, or upon termination of employment. Funds withdrawn early are subject to IRS taxation and penalties.
Q: What is a Roth 401(k)?
A: A Roth 401(k) works like a traditional plan, except funds are deducted after taxes. Because Roth 401(k) contributions have been taxed, qualified withdrawals at retirement are tax-free.
This calculator from MassMututal can help you determine which plan may be best for you.
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