Difference between revisions of "Policy A-17"

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(Approved: UFC 4/23/91; Trustees 5/3/91)
 
(Approved: UFC 4/23/91; Trustees 5/3/91)
  
1. Participants in any of the approved IU Retirement Plans who have terminated employment with the University through separation or retirement may elect to receive up to 100% of accumulations in cash, subject to any restrictions applied by the investment vehicle.
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:1. Participants in any of the approved IU Retirement Plans who have terminated employment with the University through separation or retirement may elect to receive up to 100% of accumulations in cash, subject to any restrictions applied by the investment vehicle.
  
2. Such participants may elect to take either one pay-out or several pay-outs spread over a period of years.
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:2. Such participants may elect to take either one pay-out or several pay-outs spread over a period of years.
  
3. No restrictions shall be placed on any funds so removed from an approved retirement plan.
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:3. No restrictions shall be placed on any funds so removed from an approved retirement plan.
  
4. No in-service distributions shall be available to active employees.
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:4. No in-service distributions shall be available to active employees.
  
5. Participants (and spouses) shall be required to sign a "hold-harmless" agreement, stating that the University is not responsible for any misuse or poor management of the funds removed from the retirement plan.
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:5. Participants (and spouses) shall be required to sign a "hold-harmless" agreement, stating that the University is not responsible for any misuse or poor management of the funds removed from the retirement plan.

Revision as of 16:37, 29 May 2010

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(Approved: UFC 4/23/91; Trustees 5/3/91)

1. Participants in any of the approved IU Retirement Plans who have terminated employment with the University through separation or retirement may elect to receive up to 100% of accumulations in cash, subject to any restrictions applied by the investment vehicle.
2. Such participants may elect to take either one pay-out or several pay-outs spread over a period of years.
3. No restrictions shall be placed on any funds so removed from an approved retirement plan.
4. No in-service distributions shall be available to active employees.
5. Participants (and spouses) shall be required to sign a "hold-harmless" agreement, stating that the University is not responsible for any misuse or poor management of the funds removed from the retirement plan.