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Videos & Seminars

The links below enable participants and employers to view presentations that they cannot or could not attend in person and allows the WDC to archive them for future reference.


Your Journey to Retirement

This seminar explains plan design features and benefits, provides an investment option overview and explains how to enroll in the WDC.


Retirement Planning: An Action Plan

This seminar looks at many different categories such as budgets, sources of income during retirement, retirement distribution options and other topics to help people prepare for retirement.


The WDC Stable Value Fund

A webinar brought to you by Galliard Capital Management to discuss the WDC stable value fund. Please note that by clicking this link, you are leaving www.wdc457.org. Links and documents provided on this website are being provided at the request of your Plan. For additional information concerning this material, please contact Galliard Capital Management at 1-800-717-1617. Galliard Capital Management is not affiliated with Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company (GWL&A) or any of its subsidiaries. Neither GWL&A nor any of its subsidiaries have reviewed or approved this material or are responsible for this material or for providing updated information with respect to this material.


Am I Ready to Retire?

If you are at or near retirement, do you have a plan to transition through the retirement process? On November 3rd, 2014, the Department of Employee Trust Funds and the Wisconsin Deferred Compensation Program (WDC) offered this free online webinar designed to help you think through key issues and topics en route to this important decision.

These include:

  • Signs that you are NOT ready to retire
  • Ten questions to ask yourself (and your partner) about retirement
  • Special issues for women and retirement
  • Alternatives to "traditional" retirement
  • The challenge of maintaining your standard of living in retirement

This material was prepared by Bob Schulz and is being provided to you at the request of your Plan Sponsor. Please note that by clicking this link, you are leaving www.wdc457.org. For additional information concerning this material, please contact the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) at 1-877-533-5020. Bob Schulz and ETF are not affiliated with Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company or any of its subsidiaries. Neither Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company nor any of its subsidiaries have reviewed or approved these materials or are responsible for the materials or for providing updated information with respect to the materials.


Get to Know Your Plan: A Conversation about Mutual Funds and Collective Trust Funds

Most of these investment options are in one of two structures — they're either mutual funds or collective trust funds. It's important to learn more about your choices. This brief recording discusses the differences between mutual funds and collective trust funds, including who has access to which funds, costs and/or fees, the regulatory agencies that oversee these funds, how fund information is disclosed and how income is treated. To review the transcript from the Q&A session, click here.

The video was produced by BlackRock funds and is being provided to you at the request of your Plan Sponsor.

A collective trust fund is not a mutual fund and is exempt from SEC registration. Designed for and exclusively sold to qualified retirement plans and their participants, the funds are not available to individual retail investors.

As with all investments, the BlackRock funds offered in your plan involve risk, including possible loss of principal. Specifically, equity securities of small and mid-size companies may be more volatile than securities of larger, more established companies. Foreign investments involve special risks, including currency fluctuations, taxation differences and political developments. A bond fund's yield, share price and total return change daily and are based on changes in interest rates, market conditions, economic and political news and the quality and maturity of its investments. In general, bond prices fall when interest rates rise and vice versa.

Please consider the investment objectives, risks, fees and expenses carefully before investing. Additional disclosure documents can be obtained from your registered representative or plan website. Read them carefully before investing.

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