“We are pleased to be able to add the Roth offering through MetLife’s 403(b) business, since it can be a valuable tool for people saving for retirement,” said Greg Illson, vice president, product development, MetLife, in the announcement. “Coupled with the offering is educational support about Roth and other offerings to help individuals understand their options.”
The option is available through MetLife Resources, a division of MetLife, provides retirement plans and other financial services to health care, education, and not-for-profit organizations.
More information can be found at www.metlife.com .
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