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Important Notice

CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER UPDATE: The Deferred Compensation Plan's Client Service Center is open by appointment only.  Visitors can make an appointment to meet with a Customer Service Representative either in-person or virtually, using a smartphone, tablet or computer.

Schedule an Appointment

As always, you can continue to contact a Customer Service Representative at (212) 306-7760.  We look forwrad to seeing you soon!


Please resubmit your documents as follows:

1) Inquiries and questions can be sent via email to the Plan.

2) Forms/documents can be sent via email to Please only include the last 4 digits of your Social Security number, along with your name and address on all forms. Please do not submit your form/document more than once.  This will only delay processing.  You will receive a confirmation email shortly after submitting your form/document.

3) Forms/documents can also be faxed to 844-299-2362.

4) All checks must be mailed to the Plan's Lockbox. Please use the address indicated on the form you are submitting.

Please check back periodically for updates.

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About the New York City Employee IRA

If you are a current or former NYC employee (with a termination date of 1985 or after), or the spouse of a current or former NYC employee, you can now open a New York City Employee IRA (NYCE IRA), and enjoy the convenience, professionalism, and performance of a program that has been designed with only you in mind.

No commissions, no sales charges, no self-interest. Our only interest is your interest.

Are You Thinking About Rolling Your Money Into an IRA?  Check out the NYCE IRA Video 

Introduction to the NYCE IRA