This booklet describes the City of New York's Deferred Compensation Plan, an umbrella program consisting of the 457 Plan and the 401(k) Plan. Deferred Compensation is a retirement savings plan that lets citizens save for the future through easy payroll deductions.
This is the annual report of New York City's Compensation Plan and the IRA Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2010. The compensation plans, 457, 401(k) and 401(a), are voluntary retirement contribution programs, which a citizen agrees to when of age. A New York City Employee Individual Retirement Account consists of two forms of IRAS, traditional and Roth, and an employee establishes an NYCE IRA account after he or she acknowledges the NYCE IRA Disclosure Statement and Fee Schedule.
This annual report for the year 2011 for the City shows the New York Deferred Compensation Plan/NYCE IRA for the fiscal year, which ended on December 31, 2011. Included are detailed data and information on the plan and its impact.
2012 Annual report for the City of New York Deferred Compensation Plan/NYCE IRA for Fiscal Year ended December 31, 2012 - includes a financial section, investment options section, and statistical section.
Letter advising that OLR has nothing to report re: Charter § 219(d), requiring each agency to prepare and submit periodic reports in regard to the progress of its capital projects; and Charter § 222(a) requiring a report on the proposed scope of capital projects or explanation of any delay.
A report on OLRs efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph 19 (annual plan) of Section 815(a) with details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices.