The three-year agreement gives CU faculty and staff continued access to BCH facilities.
Imagine a paycheck that has to last for 30 or more years after you retire. It’s a formidable challenge, but TIAA can give you tips to meet that challenge with confidence.
While negotiations continue, we have resources to keep CU Health Plan members informed.
Take this fun, short quiz to assess your financial knowledge. Have questions afterward? CU employees can meet with TIAA representatives to discuss their personal finances.
Employee Services encourages you to review your 2018 W-4, use IRS withholding calculator to make sure you get the refund amount you’re expecting next tax season.
See what new tax laws mean for paychecks and tax form availability. Plus, our payroll director suggests a tool to help you determine how new tax rates will affect you.
For 15 years, University of Colorado employees paid monthly received their June paycheck on the first business day in July. Now, that’s changing.
The Excellence in Leadership Award recognizes an ELP alumnus who has shown exemplary leadership at the university. See what criteria the award is based upon.
Are you paid monthly? Your June paycheck will arrive July 3.
Want to avoid the worry of receiving important documents in the mail? You can now opt-in to receive your annual benefits notices through the portal. Ensure these documents are at your fingertips when you need them, not accidentally thrown away or misfiled.