Help your employees save and help your business grow.

Register today

Start the registration process here. Signing up is the first simple step to helping your employees save for their future. You’ll need your unique Access Code that was sent to you and your Employer Identification Number (EIN) to begin.

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Watch our helpful onboarding video for step-by-step instructions.

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MyCTSavings can help your business and employees thrive

MyCTSavings is Connecticut’s new state-sponsored retirement savings program. It gives businesses like yours a convenient way to help employees save for the future, and it benefits you, too. What’s more, it’s voluntary for employees — they can stay automatically enrolled or opt out and re-enroll later.

Already offer a retirement plan?

MyCTSavings applies only to employers that don’t offer a qualified retirement savings plan for their staff. If you already offer one, use your unique Access Code and EIN to certify your exemption here.

Program Benefits

Here’s how MyCTSavings benefits you as an employer:

  • It’s easy to set up and FREE to facilitate

  • It lets you focus on your business, with no complex administration and easy integration with your payroll process

  • It’s a valuable tool to attract and retain employees by giving them a simple and secure way to save through automatic payroll contributions to a Roth IRA

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MyCTSavings can work for you

Retirement savings plans can help improve worker satisfaction, increase productivity, and reduce employee stress.1

"It was easy to enroll and our employees who chose to participate are already excited about the opportunity to start saving for retirement."

— Axel Collazo, Assistant Manager of Ace Transportation of Tolland

See how MyCTSavings works for employers

Introducing MyCTSavings to Connecticut Employers

1. Craig Copeland, “2020 EBRI Financial Wellbeing Employer Survey: COVID-19 Driving Benefit Offerings and Potentially Forcing Tough Budget Decisions,” EBRI Issue Brief, no. 515 (Employee Benefit Research Institute, October 22, 2020).