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We’ve expanded

URJ congregations can now offer the RPB retirement
plan to more employees.

URJ congregations may now offer the RPB Plan to any employee who:

We’re proud to have helped thousands of Reform Movement clergy, professionals, educators, and staff achieve a fulfilling retirement. And we’re ready to help more employees do the same.

Any employee can become an RPB retirement plan participant if they:

  • Are at least 18 years of age.

  • Work at least 18 hours per week. This means your employees in administrative, finance, custodial, security, or other positions can now participate in RPB’s retirement plan.

  • Are an active member of one of the following Reform Movement professional organizations (CCAR, NATA, ARJE, ECE-RJ, PEP-RJ, ATID), only if they are employed in a role that requires membership. Visit for positions that must be professional organization members.

NOTE: If the employee is eligible for the American Conference of Cantors (ACC) retirement plan, they are not eligible for the RPB Plan.

(See the FAQs for more details.)

Questions? We’re here to help.

Contact our team:

Robert Perry
Director of Participant and Employer Services

For help switching from an existing plan to RPB:

Alyce Gunn
Chief Financial Officer

Why we are expanding eligibility

For more than 75 years, RPB has been helping strengthen the Reform Movement by providing a retirement plan to rabbis and other professional staff. Now by offering this broader access, we can truly fulfill our mission of serving more of those who work tirelessly to care for our communities.

The expanded eligibility policy also enables congregations of all sizes to:

  • Provide a high-quality retirement plan to help attract and retain top talent.

  • Reduce the burden and cost of providing an alternative plan to employees who previously didn’t qualify for the RPB plan.

  • Meet their state-mandated retirement plan requirements, as applicable.

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