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Retirement Savings Plan (RSVP)

Your Retirement Savings Account in Transition

golf playersNow that you have retired, you need to make decisions about managing your retirement savings. You've saved your money, planned your spending, and are ready to enjoy your retirement.

There are several options for managing your savings, and you can choose the best option or options for managing your retirement savings.

Maintaining your retirement savings account is a good option if you:

  • Want your contributions and earnings to continue growing tax-deferred
  • Aren’t yet sure what you want to do with your retirement savings
  • Wish to have access to the same investment choices you had before you retired

Rolling over your retirement savings is a good option if you:

  • Want your contributions and earnings to continue growing tax-deferred
  • Have more than one retirement account and want to consolidate your savings
  • Are interested in an Individual Retirement Annuity

Withdrawing funds or receiving periodic income payments from your retirement savings is a good option if you:

  • Are ready to begin receiving funds from your retirement savings.  

There are several options for withdrawing funds so that you can choose the withdrawal plan that best meets your needs. To learn more about these options, download our brochure, Episcopal Church Retirement Plans: Your Retirement Account in Transition.

Access your account to review your balance, investments and plan your options.

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