Receive an Email When Your Account Statement Is Available

Each quarter of the year, those who signed up to be notified when their account statement is available receive an email notice from ICMA-RC letting them know they can log in to view this information. Join the many participants who have signed up! There is no cost and it means not having to wait for your statement to be delivered to your home by mail.

Of course, you can easily access your account statements online at any time when you log into your account. If you haven't already signed up to receive an email notice when your newest  account statement is available online, also known as eDelivery, log in and sign up now in just two steps :

  1. Navigate to the Message & Alerts menu.
  2. Click Statement & Documents and click the documents for which you want to receive email notification.

While you're logged in, take a moment to review and/or update other important account information. Check your mobile phone number, email address, other contact information and beneficiary designations.

Is your account not set up yet? Set it up now by visiting www.icmarc.org/login and selecting Set Up Your Online Access. Then, use the steps above to sign up for eDelivery.

See this short video of how easy it is to sign up for eDelivery of your financial documents such as account statements, prospectuses, and shareholder notices. Also, check out these quick tips to learn more.

Please note: The contents of this publication provided by ICMA-RC is general information regarding your retirement benefits. It is not intended to provide you with or substitute for specific legal, tax, or investment advice. You may want to consult with your legal, tax, or investment adviser to review your own personal situation. Some of the products, services, or funds detailed in this publication may not be available in your plan. This document contains information obtained from outside sources and it references external websites. While we believe this information to be reliable, we cannot guarantee its complete accuracy. In addition, rules and laws can change frequently.

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