Do you have a Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program account? Here are some important service updates:
- In-Service withdrawals: The WDC now offers in-service withdrawals for participants age 59½ or older. Call the WDC for more information or to request a distribution.
Online Appointments and Personalized Investment Strategies: All meetings between WDC participants and local WDC plan advisors are conducted online. Your advisor can help you with personalized savings strategies, including investment recommendations and advice. You can set up a one-on-one Retirement Readiness Review with your advisor at any time by going to www.wdc457.org, and clicking on Schedule a Meeting. In addition, you can go online or call the WDC to enroll, check their account balances, execute transactions, and obtain investment advice.
Comprehensive Financial Planning: The WDC now offers comprehensive financial planning services. A WDC professional can help you identify and prioritize your financial goals, retirement savings and income strategies, insurance, and estate planning, organize your finances, save for higher education expenses, and manage debt. This service is affordable, comprehensive, and personalized to help you reach the retirement you want. Watch for more information coming to your inbox or mailbox later this year.
The WDC customer service call center hours are Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., CST. Call the WDC at 1-877-457-9327.