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PERS Plan 3 seminars set for Nov. 15

Employees who participate in PERS 3 or are considering enrolling in the plan have the opportunity to attend one of the retirement seminars scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the Human Resource Services Conference Room, 139 French Administration Building. 

The topics and times are:
• Retirement distribution, 9-10 a.m. or 2-3 p.m. Learn about making withdrawals from defined contribution funds once you separate from all PERS-covered employment or officially retire from WSU. Payment of these funds may be taken under a variety of payment plans.

• Drop-in session, 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Come and ask questions or bring in your investment statements for review and get answers to questions about investment choices.

Register for a seminar ONLINE @ www.icmarc.org/pers/joining/education/investmentbasics.html by choosing Registration, or just come to the workshop that day.

Correction: Online enrollment not available for FSA

If you wish to enroll in a flexible spending account (FSA) for 2007, you must complete and submit a new enrollment form during the Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) program’s open enrollment, now through Nov. 30.
Online enrollment is not available. Rather, FSAs may be set up by using the paper enrollment form only.

Find more information about the FSA program and an enrollment form to print out on PEBB’s website ONLINE @ www.pebb.hca.wa.gov

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