Can I withdraw money from my account?

Your account is always 100% vested and belongs only to you. The balance of your account will be available after your termination of employment, retirement or total disability. In the case of your death, the beneficiary or beneficiaries you name under the Plan will be able to withdraw your account balance. Funds may be withdrawn as a lump sum cash distribution, which is taxable for the year of withdrawal, or as a direct rollover to an IRA or other eligible retirement plan, which defers your income tax obligation. To request a withdrawal, log on to your account at and submit your request electronically. Additional information about income taxes and rollovers is provided online.

Your account is subject to the IRS Required Minimum Distribution rules after you reach age 72 or retire, whichever is later, or following your death, if earlier.

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1. How much is contributed?
2. What should I do to set up my Plan account?
3. What are the options for investment of my account?
4. Can I withdraw money from my account?
5. Will I receive account statements?
6. Are there any fees?
7. How can I get more information?