Medicare wants to make sure you’re covered, but active employees enrolled in a CU health plan have more to consider before enrolling.
New CU retirement plan fee structure for faculty and staff debuts Oct. 1
Interactive online courses and guides can help those five years away from retirement to map their road to retirement.
Schedule a virtual one-on-one consultation with a TIAA retirement expert
In an effort to assist University of Colorado faculty and staff members who are within five years of retirement, Employee Services will host Retirement Ready on CU campuses from Feb. 18 - Feb. 28.
CU will offer a new ROTH option to the CU 403(b) Voluntary Retirement Plan in 2020. Enrollment begins Dec. 11 for contributions to start in January 2020. See if it’s right for you.
Learn about these no cost consultations and ways they can help you touch up on your retirement planning.
On Jan. 1, 2019, TIAA's plan servicing fee decreased to 0.057% for university retirement plans.
If you couldn’t attend this year’s Retirement Ready, use our online resources to get started on your path to retirement.
If you’re within five years of retirement, stop by Retirement Ready and pick up important information from Employee Services, TIAA, PERA, Social Security and Medicare.

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