WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System received the Association of Asian American Investment Managers 2016 Founder’s Award today. The award is a one-time honor being given in celebration of AAAIM’s 10th Anniversary.
CalSTRS 403bComply takes the burden of administering a 403(b) program off employers’ shoulders so you can focus your energy on other priorities. We make sure your program is in full compliance with all federal and state 403(b) regulations, and do so in a timely fashion and minimal cost.
CalSTRS offers 403(b) plan administration services to public school districts and other education agencies through a contract with a third party administrator.
A 403(b) plan is a great benefit that you, as an employer, can offer to help your certificated and classified employees. CalSTRS understands that 403(b) compliance is a complex process that can take time, staffing and resources. That is why we have made CalSTRS 403bComply simple for you to implement.
With CalSTRS 403bComply:
You will enjoy a smooth transition from your existing 403(b) administration program to our service.
You don’t need a minimum number of participants to use the service.
There is no conflict of interest since CalSTRS 403bComply is not a financial product vendor.
The plan is cost-effective at only $2 per 403(b) participant per month with no cost to employers.
CalSTRS 403bComply works to ensure your 403(b) program offers only the products and services your employees need.
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