ICMA-RC — Building Public Sector Retirement Security

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The ICMA and ICMA-RC Relationship

In 1972, following four years of effort and with a Ford Foundation grant, ICMA secured approval from the Internal Revenue Service to create a deferred compensation program that would ensure retirement income for ICMA members. ICMA established ICMA-RC as a stand-alone organization and over the past four and a half decades ICMA-RC has grown but its mission has remained focused on helping public sector employees build retirement security.

ICMA is proud to call ICMA-RC our exclusive retirement services partner and to help bring the expertise of the ICMA-RC team to local government leaders and their staffs as they plan for the future.

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Retirement Education Center

Helping public sector employees engage, build and realize retirement.

Cost of Delay Calculator

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Small Change, Big Savings Calculator

See how small changes to your spending can help you save big.

News

ICMA-RC Launches New Campaign "Bring Your Future to Focus," for National Retirement Security Month

Campaign encourages employees to focus on ways to save toward a successful financial future and achieve their retirement savings goals.

Dynamic Financial Service Executive Joins ICMA-RC as New Chief Financial Officer

Dai Shi joins ICMA-RC from Equitable Holdings, where she served as Chief Finance Officer-Group Retirement Business.

ICMA-RC Enhances and Expands Financial Planning Services to Reach More Working and Retired Participants

ICMA-RC has enhanced its Guided Pathways® Services program by expanding its financial planning and consultation services.

New K-12 Workforce Survey Finds Vast Majority of Employees Satisfied With Ability to Serve Public and Job Security

Employees Report Varied Levels of Confidence Making Retirement Plan Decisions, While 73 Percent Want More Retirement Planning Information.

 

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