- General Status
TRANSACTION PROCESSING ALERT: Fidelity Investments requires “wet signatures” by the Participant and by CCC on distribution transaction processing forms. Please mail completed, signed, and dated Fidelity distribution related forms directly to CCC for processing. For processing contract exchanges, CCC has provided a list of vendors eligible to receive contract exchanges. As a result, Fidelity should process the contract exchange to an eligible vendor without requiring further sign-off by CCC. Please note that no loans or hardship distributions are allowed through Fidelity Investments
Registered Investment Advisor Authorization Forms do not need to be authorized by the Employer if a Direct ISA (in the form of a Fidelity RKA) is in place between the Employer and Fidelity.
Fidelity Investments is remaining in the 403(b) market, but will not enter into Information Sharing Agreements (ISAs) with third parties. Fidelity Investments is not offering an ISA, but rather a Record Keeping Agreement (RKA) with information sharing language. Employers who have entered into Fidelity Investment RKAs and instructions for Employers who wish to complete an RKA can be found by clicking here.
On June 21, 2010 some Employers and effected Employees received notices from Fidelity Investments indicating that the company will no longer be offer the Fidelity Advisors 403(b) investment option and will no longer accept contributions to existing accounts as of October 1, 2010. This change will only effect a small group of participants with Fidelity accounts, as the vast majority of participants contribute to Fidelity Investment accounts rather than Fidelity Advisor accounts. Employers have been notified directly of which participant accounts this change applies to and the participants will individually receive letters notifying them of this change.
Fidelity Homepage may be accessed here .
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403(b) Investment Options
Fidelity offers the following type(s) of 403(b) investment option:
Roth 403(b) Contribution Policy
Fidelity accepts Roth 403(b) contributions as of January 1, 2006. However, in rare cases some vendors (e.g., Fidelity Investments) require electronic funds transfer (EFT) to accept Roth contributions, so some employers that allow Roth 403(b) Contributions will not remit Roth contributions to such vendors.
Investment products of Fidelity are marketed using the following approaches:
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Helpful Employee Resources
Fidelity provides a consumer education and planning center on its website. These vendor-provided websites have varying generic content, but often include videos, reports, and calculators to assist participants in their financial and life planning.
Active in Other CCC Employer 403(b) Plans
To see which other CCC Employers hold Active Payroll Slots with Fidelity, please visit our General Fidelity Investments Page.
Vendor Page Maintainance
Vendors may manage their own CCC website pages via authorized logins available upon request. Vendors are invited to update their company and Employer-specific information (Plan or Group Number, Local Contacts, Product Information, Forms, etc.) regularly.
Vendor Forms and Online Submissions Links
Fidelity Investments has supplied the following forms which may be PDFs or online submittals:
Please contact Fidelity to request any other type of forms you might need.
Employers for which Fidelity Investments (aka: Fidelity) is Eligible to Receive Contributions
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Fidelity holds an Active Payroll Slot:
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Fidelity holds an Inactive Payroll Slot:
Employers for which Fidelity is Eligible to Receive Exchanges, Transfers, and Rollovers
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Fidelity is eligible to receive exchanges, transfers, and rollover contributions because Fidelity has signed
Employers for which Fidelity is an Orphaned Vendor
An Orphaned Vendor is a Vendor that received contributions under the Plan during the period 1/1/2005 through 12/31/2008, but has not and will not receive Contributions, Exchanges, Transfers, or Rollover Contributions into Accounts under the Plan after 12/31/2008. The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Fidelity is classified as an Orphaned Vendor:
Employers for which Fidelity is a Deselected Vendor
Important: A Deselected Vendor is a vendor that held an Active or Inactive Payroll Slot an employer's 403(b) Plan and received contributions after 12/31/2008, but the vendor is no longer eligible to receive contributions in the plan. The list below represents the employer 403(b) plans where Fidelity is a Deselected Vendor.
Employers for which Fidelity is a Grandfathered Vendor
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Fidelity is classified as a Grandfathered Contribution Vendor:
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Fidelity is classified as a Grandfathered Exchange Vendor: