Green Mountain Secure Retirement Plan

Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce and other stakeholders will host two public hearings in January aimed at developing a retirement option for Vermont employers and the self-employed.

A 2017 Vermont law authorized the creation of the Green Mountain Secure Retirement Plan, a voluntary Multiple Employer Plan (MEP) retirement option for Vermont self-employed individuals and employers of 50 employees or fewer that do not currently offer a retirement plan to their employees.


Monday, Jan. 22 at 2pm
The Pavilion Building
Room 11, Vermont State House
Montpelier, VT
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Monday, Jan. 29 at 1pm
Franklin Conference Center
The Howe Center
1 Scale Ave.
Rutland, VT
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Tim Lueders-Dumont
Director of Policy
Office of the VT State Treasurer
(802) 828-1451

About Green Mountain Secure Retirement

The law provide that the plan:

  1. Be easy and simple to understand
  2. Be administered to maximize cost effectiveness and efficiency
  3. Be easy to join
  4. Be administered with trustworthy oversight
  5. Be consumer friendly
  6. Be portable for employees
  7. Provide choice for individual subscribers
  8. Be voluntary
  9. Help individuals improve their financial wellness
  10. Encourage adequate savings for future needs
  11. Not compete with existing private sector solutions, and
  12. Utilize pre-tax dollars