Employee Services News

 
Didn’t get your W-2? Looking for your Form 1042-S? Find out what to do.
 
Colorado families who earned less than about $50,000 in 2013 could be eligible for up to $6,000 or more in tax refunds from the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax benefits.
 
Got a nagging financial question? Let Employee Services connect you with a qualified financial professional from one of the university’s retirement plan investment sponsors.
 
CU’s PERA members can take advantage of a set of workshops, March 4-27, on all CU campuses.
 
Congratulations to 43 CU employees who won Fitbit activity-tracking devices, simply by participating in the CU Health Plan's fall health screenings.
 
A new University of Colorado policy asks CU retirees who return to the university as staff members to closely monitor and manage the number of hours worked.
 
Join the STATE of SLIM Campus Challenge, a 16-week weight-loss journey that rewards you with the chance to win $2,500 for reigniting, rebuilding and reinforcing your metabolism.
 
As early as this spring, any employee who hasn’t enrolled in CU’s direct deposit payroll program will receive his or her money on a university-issued paycard, delivered to the employee’s homes.
 
The University of Colorado will pay a rate 0.90 percentage points higher this year than it did in 2013 toward supporting the Public Employees’ Retirement Association (PERA).
 
Employee Services will mail all CU employees' 2013 W-2s by Jan. 31.

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