Insurance products, annuities and retirement plan funding issued by (third party administrative services may also be provided by) ING Life Insurance and Annuity Company. Securities are distributed by ING Financial Advisers, LLC (member SIPC), One Orange Way, Windsor, CT 06095-4774.  Custodial Account Agreements and Trust Agreements provided by ING National Trust. All companies are members of the ING U.S family of companies. Securities may also be distributed through other broker-dealers with which ING Financial Advisers, LLC has selling agreements.

Insurance products, annuities and retirement plan funding issued by (third party administrative services may also be provided by) Voya Retirement Insurance and Annuity Company, One Orange Way, Windsor, CT 06095-4774. Securities are distributed by Voya Financial Partners LLC (member SIPC). All companies are members of the Voya® family of companies. Securities may also be distributed through other broker-dealers with which Voya has selling agreements. Insurance obligations are the responsibility of each individual company. Product and services may not be available in all states.

Mandatory Plan Investment Options Details

The information below displays the investment options available under the Plan. You can choose from a menu of investment options that cover the risk/reward spectrum allowing you to select from conservative choices, moderate growth and income funds, or aggressive growth opportunities in both U.S. and international markets. International investing involves special risks such as currency fluctuation, lower liquidity, political and economic uncertainties, and differences in accounting standards. For each investment option, click on the fund name to open a fund fact sheet that provides important information about the investment option, including fund expenses. Each investment option has a numeric fund code you will need when making investment changes on-line or via telephone. To better understand the investment options, please carefully review this additional information document about types of investment risks, as well as a glossary of terms and statistics found on the fund fact sheets. The document also provides instructions about how to obtain any underlying fund prospectus. You should consider the investment objectives, risks, and charges and expenses of the mutual funds offered through a retirement plan, carefully before investing. The fund prospectuses and information booklet containing this and other information can be obtained by contacting your local representative. Please read the information carefully before investing.

Enrollment Step 2

Participant Consent To Online Delivery And Certification

  • I agree that ING delivered these documents to me through this online enrollment process whether or not I clicked on the links and accessed the documents.
  • I understand that consenting to online delivery pertains exclusively to this one-time, online delivery of disclosure materials for the enrollment process only.
  • I understand that in order to view certain documents online I must have the ability to download PDF files using Adobe Acrobat and have a computer and printer or other device to download, print and save any documents I wish to keep. (To download the Adobe Reader to view PDF files, Click on the (Adobe Logo on the bottom of the page)
  • I have reviewed and understand these documents.
  • I understand that I can request to receive paper copies of these documents at any time by contacting my local ING Representative, free of charge at the phone numbers listed above.
  • If I don't consent to online delivery I can have paper copies and an enrollment form sent to me for completion.
  • I have reviewed and understand these documents. I understand that all payments and values when based on investment experience of the Separate Account or Mutual Funds are variable and are not guaranteed as to fixed dollar amount.
  • My enrollment will not be completed until I click on "I Agree" and "Complete Enrollment" in the forthcoming enrollment screens.
  • By enrolling through Online Enrollment, my electronic instructions will be deemed to have the same effect as if I had submitted my election instructions in writing. I understand that all account information and transactions are subject to the terms of my employer's plan.
  • I understand that completion of these website screens establishes an account with ING. I further understand that KBOR will transfer my assets, and direct future contributions, into the account with ING on my behalf.
  • I understand that once my account is set up, I can reallocate my investment elections, and after the transfer is complete I can transfer my assets to any of the investment options offered to me through the plan, subject to plan rules and ING's Excessive Trading Policy.
  • I understand that I will receive an enrollment confirm once the ING account is established, and a transaction confirmation report once my assets have been transferred to the account.
  Once I click on "I Agree", I understand that I will proceed to the online enrollment screens, and I will no longer have electronic access to these documents unless I download or print them from my computer. By clicking "I Agree", you will continue with the online enrollment process. Your enrollment is not complete until you click on "Complete Enrollment" on the "Participant Certification" in the following website screens. If you select "I Disagree", you will not be able to continue with the online enrollment process. To end the enrollment process entirely, click on "I Disagree".

Retirement Center Calculators Details


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Plan Overview Details

Having trouble deciding whether the Tennessee ORP or the Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System plan is right for you? The chart below outlines the features of both the ORP defined contribution plan and the TCRS defined benefit plan, highlighting the similarities and differences of these plans. This information is not intended as tax or investment advice. It is provided by Voya Financial® for your education only. 

Contributions The employer contributes 9% and the member contributes 5% to their ORP account. Members are auto-enrolled to the 401(k) for 2% with the option to change the contribution rate at any time. The member makes no contributions to the plan. The employer pays both the employee and employer costs for funding the benefits.
Vesting All contributions made to the plan are 100% vested from the date of contribution. Higher education employees participating in TCRS are vested after 5 years of service.
Creditable Service Benefits are based on the member's account balance rather than on service. Contributions are credited to the member's account during service to a Tennessee higher education institution while a member of the ORP. Members may earn service credit in TCRS for service with the state of Tennessee, the public school systems in Tennessee, or over 300 political subdivisions in Tennessee that have elected to participate. Vested members may also establish credit in TCRS for up to 4 years of eligible military service. At retirement, unused sick leave may be converted to retirement service credit at the rate of one month of service credit for each 20 days of leave.
Retirement Benefits ORP benefits are based on the member's account balance and the member's age at the time benefits begin. Members are eligible to begin drawing benefits at any age if separation from service has occurred. TCRS retirement benefits are computed under a formula which uses the average of the member's highest five consecutive years of salary (while a member of TCRS) and the years of service credited in TCRS. Members are eligible for unreduced benefits upon attaining age 60 or 30 years of service. Reduced benefits are available upon attaining age 55 or 25 years of service.
Disability Benefits Upon disability retirement (or upon termination of employment for any reason), the member may request an annuity settlement or lifetime distribution payout. Members receiving social security disability benefits may also elect a partial lump sum payment from their account, subject to the provisions of the product(s) the member selected. Accidental disability retirement benefits are available immediately if a member is injured on the job. Ordinary disability retirement benefits are available to members with 5 years of creditable service, regardless of where the member is employed at the time the disability occurs.
Payout Methods Available to Members Members are eligible to select a single life annuity, a joint and survivor annuity, periodic payments for their life expectancy, or a minimum distribution payout beginning at age 70½, subject to the offerings of the ORP provider company the member selects. Members whose Tennessee ORP accounts total less than $15,000 (in 2011) may file a Lifetime Distribution Exception form to qualify for a lump sum payment. In addition, any member who is beginning a lifetime payment plan may elect to receive a partial lump sum payment of up to 50 percent of the account balance at the time the lifetime payout or annuity payment begins  Vested members are eligible to select a single life annuity or one of several joint and survivor annuities at retirement. No refunds of contributions are provided for members who joined after July 1, 1981.
Cost-of-living Adjustments There are no automatic cost-of-living adjustments in most ORP payment options; however, the benefit payable under a variable annuity fluctuates depending on market conditions. Any retired member who has been retired for at least 12 full months on July 1 of each year is eligible to receive an increase in his or her retirement allowance if there is an increase in the Consumer Price Index of at least .05% for the preceding calendar year.
Death Benefits Before Retirement The value of the total accumulation is payable to the named beneficiary or the estate. If the value of the accumulation is sufficiently large, the beneficiary may be eligible to elect an annuity payout. The beneficiary of a TCRS member who dies before retirement may be eligible for one of the following benefits: (1) if the member is eligible to retire, TCRS will provide a survivor annuity to a surviving beneficiary upon the member's death before retirement; or (2) if the member has at least 10 years creditable service, the surviving spouse is eligible for a 100% joint and survivor annuity if the spouse is named as beneficiary; or (3) if the member has made contributions to TCRS, the beneficiary or estate may receive a lump-sum payment equal to twice the value of the member's accumulation.
Transfers Between TCRS and ORP Employees who participate in the ORP generally may not transfer membership to TCRS; however, beginning in 2005, ORP members with five years of service will have a one-time transfer option. Employees who are eligible to participate in the ORP but who elected to participate in TCRS may make a one-time election to transfer membership from TCRS to the ORP. Members are advised to obtain a TCRS benefit estimate before making a decision to transfer.
Transfers Outside Tennessee's Plans Some employees who participate in the ORP may be eligible to transfer a portion of their Tennessee ORP account balance to another employer’s plan or to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) if they qualify for a partial or total lump sum distribution. Employees who joined TCRS after July 1, 1981 may not transfer their TCRS account to another employer's plan or to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA).

Neither Voya® or its affiliated companies or representatives provide tax or legal advice. Please consult a tax adviser or attorney before making a tax-related investment/insurance decision.


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