Elect a two-year Installment


Rather than locking up your entire account in installment payments or an annuity, consider electing a two-year installment with a part of your account.This way, you can learn whether you are taking too much per month or too little and make an adjustment when you elect your second and third two-year installments.


By leaving your money in the SIS Pension Fund, you donít have to worry about how it should be invested.All of the money that remains in the SIS Pension Fund is invested in the Life Stage Fund you have elected; even money that is a part of an installment payment stream will remain invested until the month that installment is paid to you.


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