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State of Iowa Employees

The Retirement Investors' Club (RIC) (deferred compensation) 457/401(a) program is an employer-sponsored voluntary retirement savings program for employees of the State of Iowa. Your contributions to the RIC 457, along with the employer matching contributions to the RIC 401a, are designed to help supplement employer-sponsored pension and social security benefits at retirement. Contributions are made through automatic payroll deductions.illustration of Roth and pretax contributions being made to a 457 account

You may choose to contribute on a pretax and/or post-tax (Roth) basis (457 Roth Summary). The 401a plan allows you to roll funds into and out of RIC from eligible former employer plans and IRAs.

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State of Iowa Employees
RIC overview video

RIC Program Summary