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Company:
The New York Times Company
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The New York Times Companies Supplemental Retirement and Investment Plan
 

The New York Times Company

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For the average 401k participant, the 4 point difference between this plan's BrightScope Rating (87) and the top rated plan (91) could equate to:
[How is this calculated?]
4 additional years of work
Up to $97,300 in lost retirement savings.
The delay in retirement calculations apply solely to this defined contribution plan and do not take into account other retirement plans and programs offered by this employer.

 

Retirement Plan Description

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.


 Investment Menu Statistics

No. of Investment Options
17
Plan Average: 20
Largest Funds in this 401k: based on % allocation of assets
1. Vanguard 500 Index 17%
2. Vanguard Retirement Savings Trust 15%
3. Russell Equity I 8%

 Retirement Plan Details

Address 620 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018 
Industry Newspaper Publishers
Administrator Craig Sidell
Sponsor Robert Benten
Net Plan Assets $552,000,000
Total Participants 4,600
Avg Account Balance $120,000

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  Plan Service Providers

Investment Adviser Vanguard Group
Consultant Vanguard Group
Auditor BDO Seidman, LLP