- Asset Allocation Portfolios
- Index Portfolios
- Portfolios that invest in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
- Fixed Interest Account
* The C Class is only available to new participants in groups established prior to 4/30/12 with the C Class in the 403(b) ERISA, 403(a), 457(b), or 401 markets.
1. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against a loss. Only one investment strategy may be in effect at a time. The Equity Generator and the Allocator are dollar cost averaging strategies that involve continuous investment in securities regardless of fluctuating price levels. Participants should consider their ability to continue purchases through periods of low price levels. We will continue to implement the Index Selector strategy using the percentage allocations of the model that have been in effect at the time individuals commence implementation of the strategy. These percentages will not change. Individuals should consider whether it is appropriate for them to continue this strategy over time if their risk tolerance, time horizon, or financial situation changes. This strategy may experience more volatility than our other strategies. The asset allocation models used in the Index Selector strategy may change from time to time.
2. Terminal illness and confinement to a nursing home do not apply to the 403(b) ERISA, 403(a), 457(b), and 401 markets. May not be available in all states, all ages or all tax markets. Must also be less than age 65 to receive the Disability Benefit. Social Security definition applies. Must be less than age 80 on contract/certificate issue to receive the nursing care and terminal illness waivers of withdrawal charges. Other restrictions apply. See the prospectus for details.
3. No five-year wait for retirement and severance in the 403(b) ERISA, 403(a), 457(b), and 401 markets.
4. Retirement plan distributions before age 59½ or severance are generally prohibited. Distributions may also be restricted as defined in the plan documents. Where permitted, distributions of taxable amounts are generally subject to ordinary income taxes and, if made before age 59½, may be subject to a 10% federal income tax penalty. The 10% federal income tax penalty generally does not apply to 457(b) plans. In the case of 457(b) governmental plans, the 10% federal income tax penalty may apply to distributions of amounts rolled over from another type of qualified retirement plan or IRA.