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Your workplace retirement plans

By deciding to plan and save for your retirement, you’ve made a decision you can feel good about. You've realized that a sound savings plan is key toward helping you achieve a more secure financial future. 

Your Harford County Public Schools retirement plans.

To help you achieve the retirement you envision, Harford County Public Schools offers a retirement program designed to help you become retirement ready. You have two types of plans to choose from, the 403(b) plan or the 457(b) plan.  To learn more about the basics of the two plans please review the links below.

Be generous to yourself and your future

The sooner you start saving, the better. Once you decide to save for your retirement, the next step is to decide how much to save.  Check out our retirement tools and calculators.

Once you decide what percentage you'd like to save, your wages will be automatically invested in your account each pay period. But before you do that, it is important to become educated on general financial, investment and retirement information in order to make informed decisions.

Resources for your retirement needs

Annual contribution limits

Find out how much you could save for your retirement each year.

Social Security benefits

Learn how to apply online for Social Security benefits.

Understand your 403(b) plan

Discover the basics of this tax-deferred retirement plan with this helpful Q&A.

Understand your 457(b) plan

Learn more about this governmental plan for state or local employees. 

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