Safely remit contributions online

Safely and securely remit your retirement plan contributions online.

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Wanting to know where your money is being invested is a normal thing. Through your online accessible personal accounts, viewing updates of your account is at your finger tips from any internet connected device.

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Choosing a financial planner may be one of the most important decisions you make for yourself and your loved ones.  A certified financial planner can play a central role in helping you meet your life goals and achieve long-term financial well-being.  That’s why Servant Solutions offers individualized comprehensive financial planning for all our members.


Want to know more about the benefits of financial planning? Schedule an appointment and begin planning for your future now.

In order to process and invest contributions for 2014, Servant Solutions must receive your plan contribution by the end of day Monday, December 29, 2014. Contributions received after the 29th will post in 2015.

We’re Here To Help

If you’re not a member yet, click on Prospective Member Info to find the information you need to begin your retirement plan.

If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, just email our office or call (800.844.8983) with any questions about your account.

Good News for Pastors!

Servant Solutions works with the Church Alliance, and the CA has been closely monitoring a current case regarding the Ministerial Housing Allowance.  Counsel for the Church Alliance reports “that the 7th Circuit has vacated the District Court’s decision in the housing allowance case and remanded it with instructions to dismiss the complaint for lack of standing.” As noted in the opinion, “We therefore do not reach the issue of the constitutionality of the parsonage exemption.”  This means that the housing allowance, which has been so very helpful to pastoral compensation, is safe for now.  More information to come.

Participant Distribution Fee Notice

A common practice among retirement plans is to assess fees to retirement accounts for some types of transactions.  Prior to 2013 the Servant Solutions Retirement Plan was not subjected to transaction-based fees.  Our recordkeeping partner, the Principal Financial Group®, announced in 2013 that certain transaction-based fees would be implemented.  These $40 fees, previously announced and assessed to participant accounts during the months of May and June, 2013 were subsequently temporarily waived