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MassMutual Retirement Services Brings Its ‘Game Face’ to the Participant Online Experience

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Feb. 3, 2011 Facebook page participant website interactive game

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their next, most impactful step for adequate retirement savings Kris Gates

Northwestern University

In addition to the new Facebook page and interactive app, highlights of MassMutual’s new website include:

  • Custom "look and feel" including the plan sponsor’s logo and creative choice of core plan education materials
  • Shorter, more intuitive menus to help participants find what they need quickly and easily
  • Plan, Save, Allocate and Consolidate
  • A powerful search feature that enables enrolled and yet-to-be-enrolled employees (as well as their spouses and family members) to search MassMutual’s RetireSmart(SM) website by topic, age, life event, level of investment knowledge and other criteria
  • An area where plan sponsors can post important information for their participants

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For more information about MassMutual Retirement Services, please contact your retirement plan advisor or call MassMutual at (888) 626-4911.

About MassMutual

MassMutual’s Retirement Services Division has been serving retirement plans for more than 60 years. It offers a full range of products and services for corporate, union, nonprofit and governmental employers’ defined benefit, defined contribution and nonqualified deferred compensation plans. It serves approximately 1.2 million participants.

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