Tribune Publishing’s 401(k) Savings Plan offers a long-term retirement savings option to help you prepare for your financial future. You may choose to contribute pre-tax via a traditional 401(k) or after-tax through our Roth 401(k) option.
Matching contributions: For every $1 you contribute of the first two percent of your eligible pay, Tribune Publishing will contribute $1. For every $1 you contribute of the next four percent of your pay, Tribune Publishing will contribute $0.50. So, if you contribute six percent of your eligible pay, you will receive a four percent contribution. This matching contribution is made each pay period.
True-up company match: In addition to the company match, Tribune Publishing will contribute the difference between the maximum you could have received as a company match (assuming you have not exceeded the maximum match available) and the actual match you received during the year. True-up contributions are made early in the new plan year for contributions made in the previous plan year.
Deferred taxes: Traditional 401(k) contributions are made before you pay income taxes. Taxes are deferred on your savings and any earnings until you begin making withdrawals.
Roth: Roth contributions are made on an after-tax basis. While payroll contributions are taxed at the time they go into the plan, you can make tax-free withdrawals of both your Roth contributions and any future corresponding earnings, provided that you are at least age 59½ and made your first Roth contribution at least five years earlier.
Compounded growth potential: Earnings on your savings are automatically invested, where they will continue to grow.
Investment choices: A variety of investment options are available, ranging from conservative to aggressive, so you can choose the investments that best match your goals and time frame.
Financial Engines Personal Advisor: This service can help you better manage your 401(k) investments.
Fraud Prevention: Access to Vanguard’s 24/7 fraud prevention team. More information can be found here.
Manage your contributions and investments, calculate how much you need to save for retirement and more by logging into the Vanguard website here.
To verify your identity, you will be asked to provide the following personal information: your full name, Social Security number, date of birth, and ZIP code. If you are not sure which plan you are currently contributing to, please call a Vanguard Participant Services associate at 800-523-1188.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS 401(k) TRANSITION INFORMATION
NYDN Fund Mapping Document – Document which shows how your assets will move upon the merger of the Daily News 401(k) Plan and the Tribune Publishing 401(k) Plan
The benefits described on this site are for non-union employees. Benefits for union-represented employees are subject to collective bargaining and may differ from the benefits described on this site.