This October, UNO's two financial planning partners - TIAA and Fidelity - are both offering several opportunities, specifically for employees of the University of Nebraska, to learn more about the ways you can manage your financial future to ensure you are set up for success when it is time to retire.
Each of these sessions is free to participate in, but does require registration in advance. You do not need to be a client of TIAA or Fidelity to take advantage of these webinars.
Need specific help from TIAA or Fidelity? Both organizations are continuing to offer scheduled one-on-one, web-based consultations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn More.
TIAA: Money at Work 2: Sharpening Investment Skills
Monday, Oct. 19 | 11 A.M. - Noon
Is your savings strategy on the right track? This interactive workshop covers the importance of maximizing potential investment growth while minimizing risk and investing options for managing more complex finances.
Fidelity: Identify and Prioritize Your Savings Goals
Tuesday, Oct. 20 | 11 A.M. - Noon
If you want help saving for multiple goals. Get strategies and tips on prioritizing and funding your specific savings goals, like buying a new home or car, saving for a child’s college, and more.
Halfway There: A Retirement Checkup
Wednesday, Oct. 21 | 1 - 2 P.M.
Don’t let retirement sneak up on you. It’s never too late (or too early) to start saving for your future. TIAA’s workshop leader will discuss how planning ahead can give your savings an opportunity to grow.
Learn the Basics of When and How to Claim Social Security
Thursday, Oct. 22 | 11 A.M. - Noon
If you anticipate Social Security will be your primary source of income in retirement, learn when and how to claim your benefit.
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