457f

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457f
457(f) (n. - definition) - a supplemental executive retirement plan named after a section of the Internal Revenue Code used in the not-for-profit community sector.
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  • Generally, 457(f) Plans are used as supplemental plans to “other” qualified plans, i.e. 401k, 403b, etc.

  • These plans are used in the not-for-profit community business sector, and are similar to Non Qualified Deferred Compensation in the corporate (taxable) business sector.

  • These plans can discriminate among employees.

  • 457(f) Plans by design have forfeiture provisions under certain conditions.

  • These plans require some type of ongoing employee-employer relationship.

  • 457(f) Plans have no contribution limits, other than “reasonable” compensation.

  • 457(f) SERP Plans are employer funded.

  • 457(f) Plans are used to attract, retain and reward key employees.

  • 457(f) SERP (Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan) plan policies are state specific, and not all insurance companies offer these plan policies to companies and/or organizations in all states.

  • The death benefit payable to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured is dependent on the claims paying ability of the issuing life insurance company.



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