- General Status
Mainstay is exiting the 403(b) market and will not accept contributions after 12/1/08. This vendor will maintain existing accounts. Mainstay provided a notice to participants along with the quarterly statements mailing on 9/30/08.
CCC has learned that certain contributions to New York Life Insurance Company Payroll Slots have actually been deposited to Mainstay Funds accounts, so such remittances after 12/1/2008 have been returned to the Employer. See FAQ by Employers for how to handle these returned checks.
Mainstay Funds has provided this PDF documentation: View / Download
Mainstay Funds Homepage may be accessed here .
Click the link(s) below for information on Mainstay Funds investment products:
Click the link(s) below for information on the fees associated with Mainstay Funds accounts:
403(b) Investment Options
Mainstay Funds offers the following type(s) of 403(b) investment option:
Roth 403(b) Contribution Policy
Mainstay Funds does NOT accept Roth 403(b) contributions.
Investment products of Mainstay Funds are marketed using the following approaches:
Helpful Employee Resources
Mainstay Funds has not provided a weblink to any online consumer education or financial planning tools or calculators they may or may not offer to assist participants with financial planning and education. The moment Mainstay Funds provides a weblink to us, we'll post it here immediately.
Active in Other CCC Employer 403(b) Plans
To see which other CCC Employers hold Active Payroll Slots with Mainstay Funds, please visit our General Mainstay Funds 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
The following forms which may be PDFs or online submittals:
Please contact Mainstay Funds to request any other type of forms you might need.
Employers for which Mainstay Funds (aka: Mainstay Funds) is Eligible to Receive Contributions
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Mainstay Funds holds an Active Payroll Slot:
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Mainstay Funds holds an Inactive Payroll Slot:
Employers for which Mainstay Funds is Eligible to Receive Exchanges, Transfers, and Rollovers
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Mainstay Funds is eligible to receive exchanges, transfers, and rollover contributions because Mainstay Funds has signed
Employers for which Mainstay Funds 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 Mainstay Funds is classified as an Orphaned Vendor:
Employers for which Mainstay Funds 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 Mainstay Funds is a Deselected Vendor.
Employers for which Mainstay Funds is a Grandfathered Vendor
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Mainstay Funds is classified as a Grandfathered Contribution Vendor:
Important: The list below represents those Employers in whose 403(b) Plans Mainstay Funds is classified as a Grandfathered Exchange Vendor: