Clark County School District

Your Path To and Through Retirement Begins Here

Bridge the Income Gap with a 403(b) or 457 Supplemental Savings Plan

Education professionals have traditionally relied on two sources for their retirement planning: a pension and (for some, but not all) Social Security.

But many have found those solutions may not be enough. Additional savings may be necessary to help close any gaps between savings and pre-retirement income.

That is where 403(b) or 457 plans can really pay off.

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How A 403(b) or 457 Plans Works

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Deduct at least $25 per pay period. Deductions are tax deferred
Pay less in taxes and keep more in your check todayGrow your nest egg for tomorrowStart your path to a successful retirement
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A Whole Person Approach

Why Work with a Financial Professional?
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Financial Professionals can help you:

  • Navigate multiple saving sources like pensions and social security
  • Understand big picture goals and advise the best path forward
  • Create a comprehensive plan for you and your spouse
  • Adjust strategies based on different stages of life
Why Security Benefit?
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Reaching goals requires a whole-person approach. Take advantage of our many tools to support you on your journey.

  • 24/7 access to account balance and activity
  • View and manage investment mix
  • Calculate potential retirement income
  • Specialized articles and courses on finance, health, and wellness
  • Earn rewards* and gift cards to some of your favorite places
*Rewards provided by a third party. To access the app and content features you must hold a Security Benefit retirement plan account. Security Financial Resources, Inc. serves as the record keeper for such accounts, and is a subsidiary of Security Benefit.

It is never too late to get started.


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Chase Myher

403(b) and 457

Retirement Consultant


[email protected]

o: (785) 438-3087

c: (785) 249-1270

Neither Security Benefit Corporation nor its affiliates are fiduciaries. This information is general in nature and intended for use with the general public. For additional information, including any specific advice or recommendations, please visit with your financial professional.

Services and securities are offered through Security Distributors, a subsidiary of Security Benefit Corporation (Security Benefit).