A 403(b) plan of a school district, university, hospital, or 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization comes with a unique set of challenges: navigating the Internal Revenue Code maze, trying to stay on top of legislative actions that might change the rules for your retirement plan, and trying to keep your plan on track to meet your employees’ needs.
Voya® can help! Voya (including its legacy companies) has been a leading 403(b) service provider to employers and to their employees since 1967. We understand the demands placed upon public schools and 501(c)(3) hospitals/not-for-profit organizations, and their overextended internal resources. Voya can keep 403(b) plan sponsors in the know about how to operate their 403(b) plan compliantly.
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