NFP Retirement

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  2. Your Retirement Plan Advisors
    1. Your Retirement Plan
    2. Plan Custodian
    3. How To Enroll
    4. Financial Wellness
    5. Plan Overview
    6. Contact Us
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Your Retirement Plan Advisors


NFP is the Investment Advisor for your company sponsored retirement plan and we can

help you with all of your retirement planning goals.

Plan Overview – How to get enrolled, change your contributions, access your account online,

overview of the plan features.

Retirement Planning – Determine how much you need to retire, calculate if you are on track, discuss

how to make changes to meet your goals.

Investment Advice – Risk tolerance assessment, review your current investments, provide investment

advice and customize a plan for you.

Consolidating – Review of all your retirement accounts (IRA’s, prior employer retirement plans),

provide rollover assistance & consolidation.

Budgeting – Create a plan that works for you, determine what debt to pay down first, review and

assist with outstanding student loans.

Financial Solutions – Estate planning, IRA’s, life insurance, annuities, 529 college planning.

Your Retirement Plan


Plan Eligibility – You are immediately eligible to begin participating in the plan.

Auto-Enroll: Once eligible, you will be enrolled in the Plan with an automatic deferral of 1% of your compensation each payroll period unless you opt out of the Plan.

Company Contribution: Your employer will make matching contributions to your account based off your years of service with the company. Individuals with 1 year of service will have up to 1% of compensation matched; 2 years of service will have up to 3% of compensation matched; 5 years of service will have up to 5% of compensation matched.

Traditional & Roth Contribution: You can contribute to your retirement plan as a Traditional pre-tax contribution or as a Roth after-tax contribution, or a combination of both. 

Investments: You have a variety of investment choices within your 403(b) Plan. You will be auto enrolled into a Target Date Fund that aligns with your retirement age (with an assumption of 65 years old). You can re-direct those investments to any investment option offered within the Plan.  Your investment options are listed on your One America participant portal.

Plan Custodian

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Your 403(b) account is administered by One America.

You can access your account by visiting the One America site, or by calling One America participant services at 800-858-3829. You can access the One America site for the following services:

  • Enrollment and Contribution Changes: Get started in the plan, or make changes to the amount that comes out of your paycheck.
  • Beneficiary Designation and Storage: Setting your beneficiaries is an important step to make sure you are in control of who gets your account in the unlikely and unfortunate event of your passing.
  • Balance and Investments: You can check your account balance, as well as view and make changes to your investments.
  • Statements and Notices: Your account statements and important plan documents are stored online.
  • Withdrawals: If you need to take money from the plan, you can review your options and submit distribution requests.

To access the One America site, go to or click the link below! If it is your first time logging in, make sure to hit the blue "Register For a New Account" button to set up your online account.

How To Enroll


To begin your enrollment online - go to or click on the link below.

To access your account for the first time click the register button, then select the Individual account option. Follow the prompts to enter in your information, and create a username and password.

Once online to complete your enrollment you will

  • Set your contribution amount. This amount will be taken out of each paycheck and contributed to the account on your behalf. You can always change how much you are contributing to your account.
  • Pre-Tax Contributions will lower your taxable income for the year. When you withdraw your contributions, you will have to pay taxes on your contributions and their earnings.
  • Roth Contributions come out of your paycheck after you pay taxes. As long as it has been 5 years since your first Roth contribution and you take the money out after you turn 59.5, you will get to withdraw all your Roth contributions plus their earnings, tax-free.
  • Set your Investments. If you feel confident, you can pick and choose which funds you want to be invested in. Your plan also offers Target Date Funds, which will automatically invest in stocks and bonds for you, based on the year you are expecting to retire.

If you have any questions, or need help with the enrollment process, do not hesitate to contact your NFP advisors!

Contact Us

Questions? Contact your NFP Advisors below!

Additional Contacts


Beth Krasnow



Patrick Ilcin