How the Deferred Comp Plan Works
The MO Deferred Comp Plan is a retirement savings plan for state of Missouri employees, including faculty and staff at 10 state universities. Money invested in the deferred comp plan is designed to provide additional monthly retirement pay. After enrolling and setting up a contribution amount, money is automatically deducted from a saver’s paycheck and placed in his or her retirement account. The saver decides how that money will be invested by choosing from a simple, yet custom investment lineup.
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The deferred comp plan's simplified investment lineup is designed with the Missouri saver in mind.
It costs money to save for retirement and the deferred comp plan takes pride in being a low-cost provider.
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