New Hampshire Chooses Great-West to Serve 457 Plan

December 8, 2009 ( - The state of New Hampshire has decided to transition its 457 retirement savings plan to Great-West Retirement Services early next year.

The 457 plan currently serves almost 5,800 state employees and has more than $170 million in assets. According to a Great-West press release, New Hampshire’s Deferred Compensation Commission Chairman Thomas Manning said the company “stood apart in its ability to offer an affordable, quality retirement savings plan.”

Gregg Seller, senior vice president, government markets, Great-West said in the announcement: “By using our innovative participant resources, tools and assistance, New Hampshire’s employees can easily and efficiently establish their retirement savings goals and take the appropriate steps to reach them.”

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