Benefits-eligible employees are enrolled automatically in a mandatory retirement plan, but CU also offers three voluntary savings plans. These plans allow employees the opportunity to save additional money with low fees and both traditional and Roth taxation options.
Nonresident International employees and student stipend recipients can access Sprintax tax preparation services to file their federal tax returns for free.
If you’re nearing retirement, it’s time to brew up a plan for your next steps with expert know-how from our 2024 Retirement Ready webinar and online course series.
University of Colorado Boulder Distinguished Professor Ruth Ellen Kocher balances her awareness of individual experiences with practical strategies to pursue effective and compassionate change at the university.
Updates to CU’s Paid Parental Leave were finalized in December and became effective Jan. 1. Find out how these changes apply to you.
The university’s optional short-term disability coverage offers lower rates for faculty, university staff and classified staff as of Jan. 1, 2024.
Employee W-2s will be mailed by Jan. 31, Form 1095-C will be released by March 2, and Form 1042-S will be sent in early February.
With the new year, it’s a good time to review your benefits and invest in yourself. Use this checklist to brush up, refresh your benefits, and take advantage of services and programs available to you.
Employees can now elect to make after-tax Roth contributions to PERA’s voluntary 401(k) and 457 retirement plans.
The university’s private FAMLI coverage will debut on Jan. 1, 2024. Employees can now apply for eligible paid leave for a medical or family care absence.

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