In lieu of the COVID-19 outbreak, the local MO Deferred Comp office will be closed to visitors effective Monday, March 23rd. The call center will remain open and education specialists will be available for Web 1-on-1 appointments, calls, and webinars. Read more now.
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The New York Stock Exchange is moving to operate through fully electronic trading and temporarily closing its trading floors, to prevent the spread of coronavirus. This change does not affect normal market trading or your ability to conduct fund-related transactions as usual within your retirement account.
Plain and simple, the deferred comp plan is a retirement savings plan for public employees. Even if retirement isn't your #1 priority right now, that's okay, getting started is the most important step. You can always make changes later. Here's how easy it is to get started:
With over 50 years of combined service with the MO Deferred Comp Plan, their experience, knowledge and dedication to serving you are what help make deferred comp a valuable employee benefit. Each education specialist serves a specific territory or, in the case of Cole County, department. Download the Education Specialist Territory Map to see who represents your area or department, or view the listings below to learn more about your education specialist.