Retirement: My Plan

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Log in to your retirement account today! If you have not logged in since June 2020, you will need to create a new account. Learn how to create a new login.

With the new and improved My Plan, you can:

  • See your balance.
  • Update your contact information.
  • Name a beneficiary who will get your funds if you pass away.

With the updated Retirement MyPlan, it is even easier to see your retirement details.

Questions?

For help, call 1-800-726-8303 (5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific time, Monday-Friday).

Secure Retirement Timeline

July 2020 - SEIU 775-bargained retirement contributions increase up to a maximum $0.80 per qualifying hour
July 2019 - Access to online participant balance, vesting and beneficiary information
July 2019 - Plan year, participation and vesting rule changes
July 2019 - SEIU 775 successfully bargains for retirement contributions up to $0.65 per qualifying hour
February 2019 - Summary Annual Report mailed for the plan year ending February 28, 2018
December 2018 - Statements mailed for plan year ending Feb. 28, 2018
July 2018 - SEIU 775 successfully bargains for retirement contributions equal to $0.50 per qualifying hour
February 2018 - Summary Annual Report mailed for plan year ending Feb. 28, 2017
December 2017 - Statements mailed for plan year ending Feb. 27, 2017
July 2017 - SEIU 775 successfully bargains for retirement contributions equal to $0.25 per qualifying hour
June 2017 - Existing participants mailed a Summary Plan Document
February 2017 - Initial Plan Design Complete and Plan Document Approved
March 2016 - Secure Retirement Plan goes into effect and begins receiving contributions for hours worked since July 1, 2015
July 2015 - SEIU 775 successfully bargains for retirement contributions equal to $0.23 per qualifying hour

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT QUALIFYING HOURS
The vesting rules changed on July 1, 2019. If you were not yet vested on that date, work 1 additional qualifying hour to become vested in your current Account! (Note: This must occur prior to a permanent break in service for you to vest in contributions already made to your account. If you don’t meet the hours requirement for 5 plan years in a row, you will experience a “permanent break in service” and forfeit amounts contributed to your account before the permanent break. If you need help finding a new client, check out Carina.