Retirement

Our commitment is to provide our people with flexible benefits to meet their needs in all stages of life, including retirement. 

New employees and those hired/rehired after April 1, 2017 

New employees and those hired/rehired after April 1, 2017 

The Cox 401(k) Plan with Enhanced Match is available to all who are scheduled to work 20 or more hours a week after 90 days of employment. You can choose between one and 75 percent of your eligible pay, up to the annual IRS limit. You’re automatically enrolled in the Cox 401(k) after 90 days of employment, with a contribution of six percent of your pay through payroll deductions.

And once you’re enrolled in the plan, Cox matches contributions dollar for dollar up to six percent of eligible pay. You can even make after-tax contributions to a Roth 401(k) through the Cox 401(k) Plan. Regardless of how much or how little you contribute, Cox will still contribute two percent of your eligible pay. So if you set aside six percent, you’ll get an additional two percent for a total of eight percent from the company. If you choose to save three percent, Cox will match your contributions plus two percent more, for a total of five percent.

Vanguard is the administrator of the Cox 401(k) Plan.

Employees can learn more by logging into InSideCox.com/Money and accessing their retirement information.

Tenured employees hired on or before March 31, 2017 

Employees who joined the company on or before March 31, 2017 have access to the Cox 401(k) Plan with Traditional Match, a company-funded Pension Plan and retiree healthcare options. 

The Cox 401(k) Plan with Traditional Match offers employees with at least one year of service with a 50-cent match for every dollar saved up to six percent of salary, up to the annual IRS limit. You can even make after-tax contributions to a Roth 401(k) through the Cox 401(k) Plan. 

The Cox Pension Plan complements the 401(k) plan and is entirely funded by the company. The pension grows with your career at Cox, growing until you choose to retire. 

Employees who joined the company on or before March 31, 2017 also have access to the Cox Retiree Healthcare Plan. Your eligibility for the plan is based on your age and service when you retire from the company.

Wondering if you’re eligible for the pension plan or retiree healthcare? If you’re an employee, you can review your service and vesting status by logging into InSideCox.com and accessing CoxTotalComp. 

Tenured employees hired on or before March 31, 2017