403(b) Roth

The 403(b) Roth allows individuals to save for retirement by contributing after-tax dollars. At the time of distribution, in retirement, the withdrawal of your contributions are tax-free; however, the earnings on any contributions are taxed unless your account has been open at least five years and you have reached age 59 1/2.

Employees have the option of directing 403(b) contributions to either the 403(b) Savings Plan or the 403(b) Roth, or some combination of the two plans that does not exceed that year's contribution limits set by the IRS.

Emory's 403(b) Roth 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 enrollment instructions and the different ways to invest, see 403(b) Roth read the Discover Your Options Retirement Guide for Medical House Staff.