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Non-Profit FAQ

Watch this short video from a Fisher Retirement Plan Specialist to learn how to choose the best retirement plan for your non-profit.

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Non-Profit FAQs

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Female Voice: "Hi, my name is Kimberly Ellis. I'm a retirement specialist at Fisher Investments."

A woman dressed in a white blouse and navy-blue blazer speaks to the camera. A flyout in the lower left corner identifies her as Kimberly Ellis, Retirement Plan Specialist.

"This means I spend a lot of time helping non-profit organizations improve their retirement plan. Here are a few common questions that I get."

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"One: What types of retirement plans are available for non-profit organizations?"

"Typically, non-profits choose to sponsor either a 403(b) or a 401(k) plan. Many non-profits also choose to have a non-qualified deferred compensation plan, which can help their key employees save even more."

"Another question I hear is: What's the difference between a 403(b) and 401(k)?"

"401(k) and 403(b) are more similar than they are different. Both plans allow employees to save for retirement by putting away up to twenty-seven thousand dollars per year on a tax-deferred basis. However, only non-profit entities are able to sponsor a 403(b) plan. One advantage to a 403(b) plan is that they don't have to pass certain types of compliance testing. A disadvantage of a 403(b) plan is that they are limited in the types of investments they can use."

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"Another question I often hear is: How do I choose the right retirement plan for my non-profit?"

"The answer is: consult with an advisor who specializes in non-profit retirement plans. A specialized advisor can help you evaluate which type of plan is best suited for your organization, help you set it up, and, help you manage it."

"Fisher Investments has the expertise to help non-profit organizations set up and manage retirement plans that are tailored to get their employees the retirement they deserve."

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