OregonSaves can help your employees succeed.
All Oregon employers are required by law to facilitate OregonSaves if they don’t offer a retirement plan for their employees.
Employers with 2 or fewer employees
If your business has 1-2 employees, your registration deadline is:
July 31, 2023
If your business utilizes a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) or Leasing Agency, your registration deadline is:
July 31, 2023
Employers with 3 or more employees
Your deadline has passed.
Register now to avoid penalties.
All Oregon employers are required by law to facilitate OregonSaves if they don’t offer a retirement plan for their employees. Sign-up is quick, easy, and free. Don’t wait until your registration deadline. You can join now.
You’ll be notified by OregonSaves when it’s time for your business to register. To begin, you’ll need:
Your Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN)
The OregonSaves Access Code from your notification
Not sure of your deadline?
Check your notice or contact us at
Not sure if your plan qualifies for exemption? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions or contact client services, Monday-Friday 7am-7pm PT at 1-844-661-1256.
Participate in just three easy steps.
We know that running your business is your top priority. That’s why OregonSaves makes it as simple as possible to register and keep things running. Start with three easy steps and we’ll take care of the rest, at no cost to you.
Oregon employers can register today.
Upload payroll and employee information and submit your employees’ savings contributions. You can even invite your payroll representatives or a delegate to help you facilitate this process.
After your account is set up, you just need to keep things running. Submit your employees’ payroll contributions each pay period, and keep your staff list current. That’s it!
Need a hand? Download the Employer Registration Checklist
Things you won’t be responsible for
As an employer, you’ll have a limited role in facilitating OregonSaves so you can stay focused on running your business. You will not be responsible for:
Answering questions about the program or investment options. Employers should not give investment or tax advice.
Managing employee investment options, including helping to choose investment funds and processing investment change requests.
Processing withdrawals from employee accounts.
Managing employee account maintenance, including changes to contact information and beneficiaries.
If enrolled, your employees will be responsible for maintaining their own account information and settings.
Need a hand with the OregonSaves employer portal?
Check out the Employer Portal Help Center or contact client services.