Retirement Planning Options

1. Elect to receive your benefits
2. Elect not to receive your benefits but continue to remain in the InterRetire Employer Plan as a deferred member
3. Elect to receive your benefits and establish an InterRetire Personal Plan
4. Transfer member benefits to another employer plan


    1  Elect to receive your benefits

    Employers will issue employees leaving the company with a notification of leaving service/plan form enabling employee benefits to be paid out in accordance with the employee contract

      2    Elect not to receive your benefits but continue to remain in the InterRetire Employer Plan as a deferred member

      At the discretion of the Company and consent of Trustee, a member may elect not to receive his benefit on termination of employment or retirement but continue to remain in the Plan as a deferred member and invest the benefits in accordance the member’s investment instructions up to the age of 75 years.

      3    Elect to receive your benefits and establish an InterRetire Personal Plan

      A member of an employer plan can elect to transfer their benefits to an InterRetire Personal Plan.

        4    Transfer member benefits to another employer plan

        A member can elect to transfer his or her employer retirement plan benefits to another retirement plan.

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