Just getting started?

New to the deferred comp plan? If so, welcome aboard. The first thing you need to know is that the deferred comp plan is an important part of your employee benefits package. Here are but a few of the reasons:

  • Provides access to a simplified, low-cost, professionally managed investment lineup.
  • Makes it easy to roll-over and consolidate retirement savings plans from previous employers.
  • Allows you to withdraw your 457 savings at any age after you leave employment with the state.
  • Provides free and fee-only financial planning services to help you address financial concerns and achieve financial goals.
  • Helps you accumulate important retirement savings that will supplement your pension benefit in retirement.

About Automatic Enrollment

If you were newly hired on or after July 1, 2012, and are a new permanent full-time or part-time employee, you were automatically enrolled (unless you opted out) at a 1% contribution each pay period. You can opt out of automatic enrollment by accessing your account and adjusting your contribution to zero. Whether you opt out or not, you can access your account at any time in the future to adjust your contribution. University and previous temporary or seasonal non-benefit-eligible employees are excluded from automatic enrollment. If you were newly hired on or after July 1, 2012 and left state employment on or after January 31, 2017, at rehire your contribution will be what was previously on file.

Accessing My Account

You can access your account directly from this website by logging in to Account Access. You can also access your account through the Missouri State Employees Self-Service (ESS) portal or by calling the Plan Information Line at 800-392-0925.

Tracking My Progress

Use the Plan's award-winning RetiremenTrack calculator to track your savings progress as your career evolves. This interactive tool uses your personal information to forecast your retirement readiness. You can even see the impact your contributions will have on your paycheck.

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit the Plan Highlights section for more deferred compensation plan information, or browse the FAQ section for answers to our most common questions.

How can I learn more?

Individual consultations and seminars are held throughout the state on a variety of topics, including investment basics, retirement planning, asset allocation techniques, and more.

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Contacting the Plan

By Phone: 800-392-0925
Financial Education Professionals are available Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, except New York Stock Exchange holidays.

In Person:
Stop by the local Jefferson City office at 3349 American Avenue, Suite A (located behind Lowe’s®).

Online: Send us a secure email