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Your benefits don't end when retirement begins. Learn more about what CU can do for you!
You’ve worked hard for the University of Colorado – and if you’re contemplating retirement, we want you to know how CU can work for you. At first glance, making these foundational plans for your upcoming retirement might feel overwhelming. Employees are urged to begin planning their transition into retirement 3-5 years before their anticipated retirement date. A crucial part of that planning includes taking steps to ensure your ongoing benefits coverage.
Retirement Ready Course
There are many things to consider, but this digital course will break the process down into actionable steps that can make your journey into retirement as smooth as possible.
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The Employee Services Benefits staff is ready and available to help whenever you have additional questions.