MCC cares about the financial wellbeing of our benefit plan participants. As such, we partner with the following organizations to provide a variety of financial planning and wellbeing services at no cost. We are certain you will find value in these services and encourage you to understand your MCC retirement, life and disability benefit plans as you work toward your own financial wellbeing.
CAPTRUST advice team members are available to all regular lay employees, priests and religious staff whose employer participates with the MCC 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan. Please visit CAPTRUST for more information and to make an appointment with a Retirement Counselor, or call (800) 967-9948.
Why an Advisor? Schedule an Appointment Webinars and Resources
Presented by our partners at CAPTRUST, this informative webinar highlights the importance of planning for retirement wherever you are in your career. Topics include Social Security Benefits, Health Care Planning, Investing Strategies and Creating Income.
This webinar presented by the CAPTRUST Participant Advice Services helps participants discover whether they are on track to reach their financial goals. It will explain what the participant can expect when they reach out to the CAPTRUST Advice Desk including how to schedule an appointment and the contact information for calling in directly. There is also a discussion about the CAPTRUST Retirement Blueprint which is an interactive retirement tool that is used to create a personal retirement analysis for the participant.
As the MCC 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan recordkeeper, Empower provides financial wellbeing tools on their participant website under “Tools & Solutions”. All regular employees including priests, lay and religious or participating entities regardless of their normal scheduled hours are eligible to participate in the 403(b) program. Temporary and seasonal employees are not eligible.
Enrollment Information Eligibility Annual Limits Forms
LifeWorks provides you and your family with support through a confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and wellbeing resources, including access to Financial Wellbeing resources on the LifeWorks platform. Link to LifeWorks through your MCC Employee Self-Serve account or go directly to the LifeWorks platform. From the “Life” tab you may access the Financial Wellbeing toolkit (see “Money”) and multiple other resources including calculators, videos and articles.
Common Questions How to Access EAP via ESS Mobile App Access