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Steps to Enroll

1. Determine the Amount per Paycheck

The Klamath County 403(b) plan is a voluntary retirement plan option, you may contribute to this plan by deferring from your paychecks and contributing those funds (in an amount you specify) to an account held under a 403(b) Vendor with an Active Payroll Slot in the plan.

Traditional 403(b) accounts are tax deferred, meaning funds are deferred from your check to your investment account on a pre-tax basis. When you contribute to a Traditional 403(b) account, your net pay is not reduced by the full amount of your contribution (please see our net pay impact illustrations page for detailed examples).

Please note: There are annual (calendar year) contribution limits that apply.

2. Select A Vendor and Open an Account

You may select one or more vendors Klamath County 403(b) Vendors with Active Payroll Slots to contribute to by contacting the Vendor or representatives to open an account under Plan ID* assigned to Klamath County. Keep a copy of the documentation showing your newly assigned Account Number to evidence this step was completed.

*Please note: You must establish an account under the Klamath County 403(b) Plan specific Plan ID to begin deferrals. You may not defer to an account created under a prior/different employer's plan.

3. Complete a Salary Reduction Agreement and Submit it to Klamath County

Complete your 403(b) Salary Reduction Agreement (SRA) form, print it, sign it, and submit it to PAYROLL at Klamath County, along with a copy of documentation that you have established an account with the vendor.

Klamath County School District
PAYROLL
2845 Greensprings Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97601

SRAs are subject to the established Payroll Cut Off Date. Salary reduction requests must be received no later than the fifteenth day of one month to be effective on the first day of the following month.

Continuation Until Cancellation: The most recent 403(b) SRA document on file at Klamath County School District remains in effect until you cancel the agreement, change the contribution amount, or change the vendor via the submission of a new 403(b) SRA.

Klamath County May Reduce Or Suspend Contributions: Klamath County School District is required to avoid contributions that might exceed IRS limits. Consequently, the 403(b) SRA stipulates that Klamath County may reduce and/or suspend contributions to avoid excess deferrals over your contribution limit.

 

 

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