The Reform Pension Board (RPB) has been serving the congregations, institutions and professionals of the Reform Movement since 1944, responding to the needs and concerns of participating organizations and their professionals. As one of the Reform Movement’s cornerstone institutions, the RPB works together with congregations affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) and other Reform Movement organizations to fulfill our shared responsibility to enhance the financial security of our professionals and help them attain a dignified retirement.
Below are some quick facts about the RPB:
- The Reform Pension Plan is a Defined Contribution Plan organized within the framework of IRS 403(b) regulations.
- The Reform Pension Plan is also a church plan, as the RPB provides benefits to employees of religious institutions.
- The RPB 403(b) plan is coordinated with the RPB Rabbi Trust
- Total portfolio: Approximately $1.2 billion
- The RPB offers several retirement distribution options
We hope that our website will help you have a better understanding of the services provided to the Reform Movement by the RPB, and how the RPB can best benefit you. Please contact us if you have any questions or comments at PensionBoard@rpb.org or by clicking on the Contact Us section of our website. We value your input and look forward to hearing from you.