Our team of financial planning advisors are ready to guide you in determining which investment options are right for you and your family.
“We believe the gospel advances and the church thrives when pastors and ministry workers grow healthy as whole people.”
Rev. Edward Dunnington | RBI President
About the Plan
In June 2021, The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARPC) Synod selected RBI as plan provider for the ARPC 403(b) Retirement Plan. This is a 403(b)(9) Church Retirement Plan that allows you save while taking advantage of various tax benefits.
- You decide how much to save
- You decide how to invest*
- You and your employer can contribute to the plan
If you are an ARPC minister, ARPC church or agency employee, or church administrator, please contact us and we will walk you through the next steps.
*When you initially enroll you will be invested in an age-appropriate Target Fund. Learn more about investment options here.
Transfer Funds to ARPC 403(b) Retirement Plan
Consolidating your assets into the ARPC 403(b) Retirement Plan is a smart decision. Not only does it reduce fees but it reduces the number of plans you need to manage. Please contact us before submitting this form.
Download the ARPC 403(b) Retirement Plan Transfer Form.
View which types of plans can transfer/rollover into your new ARPC 403(b) Retirement Plan on the IRS Rollover Chart
View FAQ’s and learn more about the ARPC and RBI partnership here.
Our team of Benefit Advisors are ready to help with your enrollment or connect you with a free consultation with a financial planning advisor.
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