The New York Times Companies Supplemental Retirement and Investment Plan is a defined contribution plan with a profit-sharing component and 401k feature. This plan has a BrightScope Rating of 87, placing it in the top 15% of all plans in its peer group. This plan is also in the top 15% of plans for Account Balances, Company Generosity, Salary Deferral, and Total Plan Cost. The New York Times Companies Supplemental Retirement and Investment Plan currently has over 4,600 active participants and over $552.2M in plan assets.
|1.||Vanguard 500 Index||17%|
|2.||Vanguard Retirement Savings Trust||15%|
|3.||Russell Equity I||8%|
620 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
|Net Plan Assets||$552,000,000|
|Avg Account Balance||$120,000|
|John Wiley & Sons||78.3|
|A.M. Best Company||78.0|
|Houghton Mifflin Company||74.6|
|Investment Adviser||Vanguard Group|
|Auditor||BDO Seidman, LLP|
Information is provided 'as is' and solely for informational purposes, not for investment purposes or advice.
BrightScope is not a fiduciary under ERISA. BrightScope is not endorsed by or affiliated with FINRA.