If you have leftover Flexible Spending Account money from last plan year, you have until Dec. 31 to spend it.
Flu season is right around the corner, have you thought about getting a flu shot? While Employee Serivices will not hold on-campus flu shots clinics this year, CU Health Plan providers offer plenty of convenient ways to get your annual inoculation against the flu, often at no cost.
The University of Colorado Employee Services will open Tuition Assistance applications on Aug. 3. Make sure you, or your dependents, are ready.
Recent federal changes to taxable income calculations may affect how much money is witheld from your paycheck. Employee Services encourages faculty, staff and students to review their state tax deductions, and determine if they would like to withhold additional state taxes from their paychecks.
If you pay parking fees, you can opt out and keep post-tax deductions.
Short-term disability changes allow Classified Staff options to use paid accrued leave to supplement the benefit paid by disability.
Recent day care closures are considered a qualifying life event, allowing you to adjust your Depedent Care Flexible Spending Account contributions. See how to do this, and your options once day cares reopen.
TIAA has moved its one-on-one financial consultations to phone and virtual options through April 29 and possibly further. Meeting with a TIAA financial consultant can provide you clarity, a better understanding of where you are and what you need to do to achieve your goals.
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