Investing for Retirement
Changes to the Workplace Retirement Savings Plans
Good news! The annual recordkeeping fee for The Episcopal Church Lay Employees’ Defined Contribution Retirement Plans (Lay DC Plans) and The Episcopal Church Retirement Savings Plan (RSVP) was further reduced. We’re also replacing some of the investment options offered through these Plans.
Check out the updated Fidelity Investment Options Guide.
Log in to Fidelity NetBenefits® to learn what these fee and fund changes mean for you.
Saving for Retirement
Saving for retirement isn't always easy. But taking some simple steps to save can help you increase your retirement security.
Saving for Retirement provides tips, tactics and tools to increase your savings for retirement. We'll show you how easy it can be.
Learn more about the different types of investments in the RSVP and Lay DC plan lineup.
- Updates on new investment options
- Stock funds, bonds, short-term investments, and lifecycle funds
- Access your Fidelity account
For more information see Investment Options.
Talk to a Specialist
Need help figuring out how best to save for your future? We have financial education specialists who can help you create a financial roadmap and learn about the role the Lay DC Plan, RSVP, IRAs, and annuities can play.
Availability of Individual Life Insurance and Annuity Products
Church Life Insurance Corporation is no longer offering new individual life insurance and annuity products. If you would like information about individual life insurance and annuity products, please contact your financial advisor.
As an alternative, you may also contact independent insurance agent Grace Longo, who worked for CPG for the past 12 years.
Grace Longo, ChFC®, CLTC, RICP®
Chartered Financial Consultant