403(b) Savings Plan

A 403(b) plan is a tax-deferred retirement plan available to employees of educational institutions and certain non-profit organizations. Contributions and investment earnings grow tax-deferred until withdrawal, assumed to be retirement, at which time they are taxed as ordinary income.

Emory's 403(b) savings plan allows employees to contribute a percentage of pre-tax pay, and receive a basic contribution and matching contribution from Emory.

Emory's 403(b) savings plan offers you "Four Ways to Invest." From the simplest of options, or mixing and matching to develop your own investment mix, you can create the retirement portfolio that is right for you. You can choose to invest with one or all three of Emory's retirement plan vendors: Fidelity Investments, TIAA and/or Vanguard.

For more information, including eligibility and enrollment instructions, see 403(b) Savings Plan or read the Discover Your Retirement Options Guide.