401(k)/457 Deferred Compensation General Information
Employees in the Defined Benefit plan can participate in the 401(k)/457 Deferred Compensation plan. In addition to the Defined Benefit plan, a deferred compensation plan allows members to contribute to a 401(k) plan, 457 plan, or both.
401(k) Defined Contribution Plan
In 1997, the State of Michigan adopted the 401(k) Defined Contribution Plan. Participants in this plan receive a 4% gross pay contribution by the State of Michigan. In addition, participants can contribute their own money to the plan. The first 3% participant contribution is matched by the State with another 3%.
The State of Michigan has a contract with ING to provide record keeping and custody services for the 401(k) Defined Contribution Plan.
ING sends account statements to participants each quarter. Questions about the plan in general or the participant's specific account questions can be answered by calling the
ING toll-free number 800-748-6128, or by visiting their website at
If ING is unable to assist you, please
The 401(k) and 457 Plan Documents are in the Portable Document Format (PDF) and require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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