A 403(b)(7) plan is a tax-deferred retirement plan often available to employees of public schools or non-profit organizations. After carefully considering the effects of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulatory changes regarding 403(b)(7) accounts, Janus Henderson made the difficult decision to no longer participate as a vendor for 403(b)(7) plans after Dec. 31, 2008.
Effective Jan. 1, 2009, Janus Henderson no longer accepts salary reduction contributions, rollover contributions or transfers of assets into 403(b)(7) plan accounts. For information about your existing Janus Henderson 403(b)(7) account, call a Janus Henderson Representative at 800.525.1093.
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