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ANCOR Welcomes New Partner, Mutual of America

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ANCOR Welcomes New Partner, Mutual of America

April 6, 2017

ANCOR Welcomes New Partner, Mutual of America

Latest addition to the Shared Resources Purchasing Network offers retirement products and services

The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) is pleased to welcome Mutual of America as the newest ANCOR Services Corporation’s (ASC) Shared Resources Purchasing Network (SRPN) partner. Mutual of America has worked with nonprofit organizations since 1945 and now features specialized retirement plan products and related retirement services for ANCOR members and their employees,

“Mutual of America is a much welcomed partner,” said ANCOR CEO Barbara Merrill. “Our members – over 1,200 community service providers to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities – value their staff and do their best to offer competitive benefits packages.  Under this program, Mutual of America will waive certain fees for ANCOR members seeking solutions for their retirement plans. This definitely is a “win” for our members and their hard-working staff.”

Mutual of America is rated among the strongest life insurance companies in the industry by the major independent rating agencies. With headquarters in New York City and Regional Offices throughout the United States, Mutual of America’s salaried service representatives are never far from the people they serve. There are no brokers, third-party administrators firms or individuals in the middle that can drive costs and delay plan-related services.  Mutual of America works directly with its clients.

To learn how to take advantage of Mutual of America for ANCOR members, click here.

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The American Network of Community Options and Resources is a national trade association representing more than 1,200 private providers of community living and employment supports and services to more than 800,000 individuals with disabilities with a workforce that’s over half a million strong. ANCOR advocates for the crucial role private providers play in enhancing and supporting the lives of people with disabilities and their families.

ANCOR is pleased to have twelve partners in the SRPN network. These include: Arkadin, BeneStream, Dell, Furniture Concepts, Harleysville Insurance, Medline, Mutual of America, OfficeDepot, Relias Learning, Sears, SEFCU Insurance, and Sprint.