The University of Nebraska provides employees an opportunity to participate in both basic and supplemental retirement plans. Both plans allow employees to invest their retirement plan contributions into a number of different investment vehicles managed by Fidelity Investments and TIAA. The services provided by TIAA and Fidelity counselors is a free service offered by the university. The schedules for upcoming sessions are listed below.
Meeting with a financial counselor for the first time? Not sure where to start? Here is a list of questions that may help you get started.
- How does the retirement plan work?
- What are the best investment choices for me?
- Am I currently saving enough?
- How do I take the money out after I retire/leave the university?
- Do I need a supplemental account?
The important thing to remember is that the financial counselors are here to help you understand and utilize your university retirement accounts.
A Fidelity consultant will be available on the dates listed below to provide free one-on-one counseling sessions. The room will be posted. Why not take advantage of this opportunity to discuss investment planning issues? Sign up today by calling Reservation Systems 1-800-642-7131.
A Fidelity consultant will be at the Nebraska Union September 6 and 26 and the East Campus Union September 19 (rooms posted at both sites). Sign up by calling 1-800-642-7131.
Counselors will be on campus for individual counseling sessions to provide free on-on-one counseling sessions. To make a reservation to discuss your current or future investments, call 1-800-732-8353 between 8 am and 5 pm CST. Messages may be left at the following number, 1-866-842-2908 extension 0 for calls made after business hours.
TIAA sessions will be held at the Nebraska Union September 22 and the East Campus Union September 1 and 7 (rooms posted). Sign up by calling 1-800-732-8353 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. After hours messages can be left at 1-866-842-2908, ext. 0.
For more information, contact Diane Fry at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 402-472-0937.