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Wisconsin Deferred Compensation (WDC)

The WDC program is a voluntary supplemental 457 retirement savings program that allows you to invest pre-tax income or post tax income. There is no employer match of your contributions.

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Forms:

Wisconsin Deferred Compensation offers one on one and group consultations:

If you are experiencing a financial hardship as defined in the information linked below, you may be eligible to withdraw a portion of your Deferred Comp account.  You would need to contact Deferred Comp directly to request this withdrawal.

 

Last updated: October 11, 2018

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