Retirement Plans for School Employees
As a school employee, you realize the importance of investing in the future and enriching lives through education and planning. You’ve dedicated your entire career to building the future for others. Now it’s time to build yours.
The RBFCU Retirement Program is available to employees in school districts and certain tax-exempt organizations within the state of Texas. With our financial advisors, you can create a plan you’ll feel confident about.
Plan Your Future With More Confidence
Investing wisely in your retirement plan starts with useful information. Take advantage of the insights, guidance and educational resources available to you. With a little help from an RBFCU financial advisor, you can make the right choices to meet your financial goals.
Request a complimentary initial consultation
To learn more about the RBFCU Retirement Program and benefits of enrolling, contact us at:
Want to Enroll Online?
We know your time is valuable, so we’ve made it easy for you to self-enroll in the RBFCU Freedom Retirement Plan.
- Visit nationwide.com/RBFCU
- Start your 403(b)/457(b) account by clicking “Enroll now”
- Contact your school district’s Third Party Administrator to begin a payroll deduction
Already have an RBFCU Freedom Retirement Plan account?
Log in to Nationwide’s website to manage your RBFCU Freedom Retirement Plan account. Once you log in, you can:
- Update your personal profile and preferences
- View your balance and transaction history
- Access beneficiary information, statements and tax documents
- Use educational tools and calculators
- Research funds and investment options
- Read newsletters about the market, investing and how to better position yourself to help meet your financial goals
- View presentations that can help you make informed decisions about investing and retirement planning
What will my income be after I retire?
What will my expenses be after I retire?
What is the difference between a 457(b) plan and a 403(b) plan?
Both types of plans are tax deferred, but the 457(b) lets you start withdrawing money from your account as soon as you stop working for the sponsoring employer, no matter your age or in the case of death, disability or unforeseen emergency, regardless of your age if certain requirements are met. Meanwhile, 403(b) plans allow standard, penalty-free withdrawals at age 59½, as well as limited early withdrawal exceptions.
Can I transfer my 403(b) plan at any time?
Yes. If you are still employed, you may transfer your 403(b) between eligible 403(b) providers. If you are no longer employed or otherwise meet a qualifying event, you become eligible to roll funds over to an IRA or other eligible retirement plan.
Investment products are not federally or NCUA-insured, are not deposits or obligations of, or guaranteed by any financial institution, and involve investment risks including possible loss of principal and fluctuation in value.
Ameriprise Financial is not affiliated with the financial institution.
RBFCU Retirement Program, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC, is a division of RBFCU Investments Group LLC.
All products and services under the RBFCU Freedom Retirement Plan™ are offered through Nationwide, which is not affiliated with Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC.
The initial consultation provides an overview of financial planning concepts. You will not receive written analysis and/or recommendations.
Ameriprise Financial, Inc. and its affiliates do not offer tax or legal advice. Consumers should consult with their tax advisor or attorney regarding their specific situation.
Investment advisory products and services are made available through Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC, a registered investment adviser.