FPPA has partnered with Fidelity Investments for
recordkeeping services and investment tools provided to members of FPPA Self-Directed Plans.

Fidelity Investments


FPPA
Self-Directed Plans

Quarterly Performance Update

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Annual Fee Announcement

February 23, 2017

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FPPA
Self-Directed Plans

Fidelity Consultant Meetings

Free personalized appointments available at our FPPA offices.

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457 Deferred Compensation and Money Purchase Plans

IRS Annual
Contribution Limits

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Name or Update a Beneficiary with Fidelity.

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Employer Guide

 


FPPA Self-Directed Plans


Statewide Money Purchase Plan

 

information about this plan.
forms, naming a beneficiary and investing information about this plan.


Statewide Hybrid Plan - Money Purchase Component

 

information about this plan.
forms, name or change a beneficiary and investing information about this plan.


457 Deferred Compensation Plan

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FPPA Traditional 457 Plan & ROTH 457 Information

Affiliated 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Departments

forms, name or change a beneficiary and investing information about this plan.


DROP - Deferred Retirement Option Plan (if invested at Fidelity)

 

DROP is explained in each of the following plan brochures:

forms, name or change a beneficiary and investing information about this plan.


SRA - Separate Retirement Account (if invested at Fidelity)

 

information about this plan.
forms, name or change a beneficiary and investing information about this plan.


457 and Money Purchase Plan Contribution Limits


IRS Annual Contribution Limits


Fidelity’s Website

 

 

457 Deferred Compensation Plan

457 Deferred Compensation Plan IRS Annual Contribution Limit for 2017
■ $18,000. This limit includes both employee and employer contributions.

2 Ways You Can Catch-Up Your 457 Contributions for 2017
■ Age 50 + Catch-up | IRS Annual Contribution Limit of $6,000 
Beginning in the year you turn age 50, you can make additional annual “catch-up contributions” to the FPPA 457 Deferred Compensation Plan.
■ 3 Year Catch-up | IRS Annual Contribution Limit of $36,000
This provision allows you the potential to double your 457 contributions when you are within three full calendar years of the normal retirement age specified by your retirement plan.

Statewide Money Purchase Plan and 
Statewide Hybrid Plan - Money Purchase Component

■ For calendar year 2017 - $54,000. including both employee and employer contributions.

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Name or Update a Beneficiary


 

 

Follow one of these THREE ways to name or update your beneficiary information.

■ Call Fidelity at (800) 343-0860 and have a beneficiary form sent to you.
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■ Click on the Fidelity button above associated with your self-directed plan and then select 'Beneficiaries'.
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■ Connect to your Fidelity NetBenefits®  account and select 'Beneficiaries'.

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